Firstly, I am amazed at how many there are of them. It is stunning to see them lined up in a row on the jammed roads of Manchester. It's like the Fiat Appreciation Club is in convoy sometimes!!!!
Excellent looks on outside. Especially the super stylish rear panel of lamps, which are so much better that those older Fiats.
Super area in the front to hold drinks, phones, books, and all the clutter of daily life.
Boot a tad small for the family shop, albeit we seem to buy out Asda's entire stock of food every week.
I personally find that the suspension seems a bit tinny. Not quite as comfortable as my old sierra, I always feel like its going to bust over the speedbumps that litter Englands villages and hamlets.
The wind screen wash reservoir takes 4 pints to fill it. Far too small for my 36 mile drive to work over the pennines with salted roads and lorries with out mudflaps. I now take a bottle of water in the car all the time.
As ashamed as I am to admit it.... it took me 10 mins and two attempts to find the wind screen wash reservoir, which is basically a little blue cap on the passenger side over the wheel arch. It needs a big sticker saying "WIND SCREEN BOTTLE HERE!"
The car screen does mist up, which on reading other reviews may be due to a leak in the well or arches???? (I'll have to check this out). But the windscreen ventilation/blower does clear it in a jif.
Goes like the clappers for a 1.2 even up hills. I admit it...I giggle and chuckle as I tear past those in the bigger slower cars that are newer than my w reg. It's hilarious. The glee. The pure joy of it all.