The third generation Panda is sure to sweep you off your feet with its flattering design combined effortlessly with the strength of its 30-year long legacy. The 2013 Fiat Panda 4x4 is one fine city car that you better look out for!
The Fiat Panda legacy
The first Fiat Panda was introduced almost 30 years ago in 1980 and it remained hot in the market well until the 2003 with only some slight changes introduced now and then.
It was succeeded by the 'New Panda' which was honoured with the 'European Car Of The Year' award in 2004. Now, the third generation Panda christened 'Panda 4x4' is all set to make its entry into the market and delight its users.
Slated to make a starry debut in the upcoming International Paris Motor Show, the all new Fiat Panda 4x4 is touted to be the only A segment 4-wheeler in its segment.
Adorned with charming and reliable architecture along with a powerful engine, this eye candy is touted to be one of the most efficient cars which can easily counter the city traffic with a swift smoothness and tackle the difficult terrain presented by mountains.
Backed by a strong legacy and a history of constant improvement and evolution, the new Fiat Panda 4x4 comes with a torque-on-demand system along with a pair of differentials thus rendering the Panda a fierce attitude for the rough terrains.
It will be powered by either a 1.5 litre diesel engine or 0.9 litre TwinAir turbo engine. Boasting of a 90.6 inch wheelbase the Panda 4x4 will be significantly wider and bigger that its predecessor.
It definitely signifies the spirit and reliability that Fiat has developed with the brand Panda cars over the last three decades.