The Panda 4x4 adopts the TwinAir engine, a high-performance power unit incorporating major innovations developed by Fiat for petrol engines. The engine is the result of downsizing technology, which reduces the cylinder capacity, the number of cylinders and the engine dimensions. This drastically reduces fuel consumption and emissions (by up to 30%), while the turbocharger ensures the same power and performance.
EC MAX POWER
63 @ 5500
EC MAX TORQUE
145 @ 1900
0/100 KM/H (SEC.)
(L/100 KM) DIRECTIVE 2004/3/EC
5.9 URBAN CYCLE
4.3 EXTRA-URBAN CYCLE
4.9 COMBINED CYCLE
Engine emissions standard:Euro 6
Available with6-speed manual transmission
Driver and passenger airbags, electronic stability control (ESC), ABS, ASR, ELD,: with the Panda 4x4 you get superhero safety levels.
No-one takes better care of your family than the Panda family. That's why we put 4 airbags in the Panda 4x4.
The Panda 4x4 really does think of everything: that's why it's got an anti-whiplash system in the front headrests, to prevent whiplash if you're shunted from behind.
Worry-free driving: your family is as safe as it can be. With the Panda, you'll have perfect control in emergency manoeuvres or on slippery surfaces thanks to electronic stability control (ESC) system, which includes ABS, EDB, BAS and Hill Holder.
The Panda 4x4's “Torque on demand” drive system uses two differentials and an electronically controlled coupling, which sends torque to both axles uniformly and proportionately. So there's nothing the Panda 4x4 can't handle, thanks to its approach angle of 21° and Electronic Locking Differential (ELD)
With McPherson suspension up front and interconnected wheels at the rear, the Panda 4x4 offers fabulous manoeuvrability. And with specific M+S All-season tyres, there'll be no stopping you, whatever the weather.
The Panda 4x4's ESC system includes ABS to stop the wheels locking during braking, so you'll never lose your grip or leave the straight and narrow.
The Panda 4x4 is suitable for all types of terrain: in low-grip conditions, the ASR system prevents the front wheels from slipping during acceleration and deceleration, while the ELD system sends torque to the wheels that have most traction.