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Fiat Qubo Review

November 12, 2015

Today, we’re diving into a review of Fiat’s mini MPV – the Qubo. Delivering on practicality, versatility and value for money, this flexible ride has bags to offer.

Join us as we take this family-friendly mini MPV out for a spin and find out just what all the fuss is about – and if you’re concerned with cost, we can give you a heads up on Fiat finance deals, too.

Fiat Qubo

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Design

With attention to shape, colour and comfort, the Fiat Qubo makes an all-round impressive ride. It may be considered a compact MPV, but it’s surprisingly spacious inside and incredibly versatile – with a 16-seat set up allowing you to fold or remove seats to suit your needs.

The 330 litre boot can be extended to a whopping 2,500 litres – and with plenty of headroom, double sliding side doors and an expansive windscreen, you’ll get great visibility as well as a roomy ride.

Features

There’s three trims to choose from with the Fiat Qubo – Active, Mylife and Trekking. The standard spec comes with all the essentials you’ll need, including electric front windows, remote locking and a CD player – as well as Start&Stop technology.

If you’re willing to splash a little extra cash, the Mylife model will add air conditioning, a leather steering wheel with audio controls, an MP3 socket, Bluetooth connectivity and 15 inch alloy wheels. For those in the market for a more robust ride to take on tough terrain, the Trekking trim has front bumper protection, side mouldings and a Traction+ control system.

Performance & Handling

The Fiat Qubo has been designed with versatility in mind, meaning it’s as at home in the city as it is out on the open road. Coming equipped with soft suspension, quick steering and decent grip, the Qubo also gets very little cabin noise.

The engine line up consists of a 72bhp 1.4 litre petrol that returns 43mpg, and two 1.3 litre diesel options – with either a 74bhp or 94bhp output. The diesels naturally return better fuel economy  figures, and claimed CO2 emissions of just 103g/km with the 1.3 litre Dualogic will keep running costs low.

Fiat Qubo Finance

Fiat Qubo

Original image by RL GNZLZ

If you’re in search of a comfortable, practical and affordable MPV, then the Fiat Qubo should definitely be on your short list. A Fiat Qubo – for sale from just £12,500 – could be yours sooner than you think thanks to flexible car finance options from the Car Loan Warehouse. We have a range of Fiat finance deals to suit all models and budgets, so you can apply online right now or get an instant estimate with our car finance calculator.

About The Author

Jon Le Roux is co-founder and company director of The Car Loan Warehouse. Being a mad engineering and motorsport enthusiast, I spend more hours than is healthy, watching, reading or talking about cars, boats, motorbikes…..basically anything with an engine.