Fiat has released earlier this month pricing information about the Panda 4×4 and Trekking sold in the United Kingdom. The first one has a starting price of 13,950 pounds, while the latter will set you back at least 12,450 pounds. As a reminder, the Trekking is in fact the two-wheel drive version, hence the smaller price tag. The base 4×4 model comes with a two-cylinder TwinAir 0.9-liter turbo gasoline engine that generates 84 hp. For 14,950 pounds you can get the 4×4 variant with a 1.3-liter MultiJet 4-cylinder engine pumping out 74 hp. The Trekking variant gets the same engines and with the diesel it begins from 13,450 pounds.
With the gasoline engine, the 2013 Fiat Panda 4×4 is able to reach a top speed of 103 mph, while the Trekking can hit 106 mph. Fuel consumption is rated at 57.6 mpg UK for the 4×4 or 61.4 mpg UK for the Trekking, with CO2 emissions standing at 114 g/km and 105 g/km, respectively.
Both models ride on 15-inch alloy wheels and feature a raised suspension, along with body-colored bumpers, black wheel arches and side skirts, as well as roof rails. Inside the cabin they both feature twin-colored seats, an eco-leather finish for the door panels, a colored dashboard and a glossy black instrument surround.
Source: Auto Express