Fiat 126

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Fiat 126

Saloon - Petrol

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Review of "Fiat 126"

published 18/03/2003 | pthkenny
Member since : 11/03/2003
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Pro small, economic, loads of character
Cons old
somewhat helpful
Road Handling
Fuel consumption

"the wonders of a 126"

good little runner, adored by all its owners. A real find if you have one, this car is a star. If these were still around now, they would be a hit. They may be small, but what they lack in size, they make up in loads of character. Everyone i know who has had one of these has loved it. They may not look 'hip' but with a 126 you will feel proud to be driving around in it. A friend who had one, loved hers, and was distraught when she had to lose it, but it served her very well, and was only replaced because someone hit her. If i had the chance, i would snap one of these up straight away. They are a collecters item.

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  • fuzzibear published 30/04/2004
    More details about the car would be great... personally, I'm not that keen, but you need to tell me why I should buy it..
  • tia_bailey published 18/03/2003
    A lot more detail is needed to be helpful to readers trying to make a perchasing decision. Love Tia. x
  • Coxecal published 18/03/2003
    not a bad first op... but you need to add a bit more info about the product for better ratings... welcome to ciao and take care... 'peaches n beans'
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Product Information : Fiat 126

Manufacturer's product description

Saloon - Petrol

Product Details

Body Type: Saloon

Fuel Type: Petrol

Country of Origin: Italy

Range: Fiat 126

Manufacturer: Fiat


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