Two-seater Toss Off For as long as time has begun, from the ’70s to be exact, the Fiat X1/9 has always been compared to the TR7. And this is true of the classic press too. Wedge-shaped with pop-up headlights, that […]
★★★ | S-Design Tipo In Need Of An Architect. What Do We Have A couple of years ago, we took delivery of the then-new Fiat Tipo. A new Fiat with a reused name. No hardship there because the original Tipo […]
★★★★ | Fiat Doblo Maxi Cargo Sportivo, Sports Delivery What Do We Have Here we have Fiat’s Doblo Maxi Cargo Sportivo van. Maxi Cargo because it has been built on a lengthened chassis and Sportivo because it has some fancy […]
CAR REVIEW | FIAT 500x What Have We Got Fiat’s big 500 crossover SUV has been with us now for over 5 years. 2019 saw some changes to the line-up along with some updates. The 4WD model is no longer […]
The Good, The bad and the Ugly. An irrelevant look at a certain car. Fiat Cinquecento 1991 – 1998 Fiat has always been good at making small cars. Big cars, not so much so. Think of a large successful Fiat […]
★★★★☆ | The Bad Boy Abarth.
What’s boxy, rather wild on the limit, has to be driven enthusiastically and comes from Italy?
Abarth has been giving us magical Fiat 500’s for over 10 years now and you wonder how, a car that is over a decade old, can still be relevant in the ever-changing A-segment city car section.
A Little Gem Celebrates Who would have thought it, the Fiat 500 turned 60. The little city friend of the Italians that kick started Italy’s motoring for many has become a pensioner. OK, a little time lapsing magic has happened in […]
★★★★★ | Abarth 695 Biposto Record THEGAYUK were quite privileged to have tested the Abarth 695 Biposto Record. This was number 118 of 133 made for the globe. It’s quite a rare machine. Why 133? It’s to mark 133 records Abarth […]