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Old 08-12-2005   #1
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My new panda 4x4 Multijet

Hello from Grenoble, Alps, France,
I have received my new Panda 4x4 climbing Multijet fews days ago.
This is a nice car to drive, giving a lot of fun.
Here are few fresh pictures of it.







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Re: My new panda 4x4 Multijet

Hello again.
You really did go for the top spec. Sat Nav. Skydome. Split seats. Air Con. Any more?
That looks like a really nice car. I'm jelous.
Now go and have some adventures in all that snow and let us know how it goes.
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A very nice car indeed & just the place for a 4x4.
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Thanks. Yes i have to test it in snow this week end.
Extras on mine are Connect nav+, adjustable rear seat +/-8cm, skydome, hifi+subwoofer, 5 CD changer, auto setting for airco.
In france the rest is standard equipment : rear split seats,manual airco, electric mirrors, audio settings from wheel, alloy wheels, fog lamps, ...

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Please don't rub it in, you're making me jealous. I've only got the bog standard multijet.
Please give your opinion of the 4x4 after the weekend.
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Very cool!
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I had a run in the snow this morning. This car is incredible of efficiency.
Panda has a good handling and nothing seems to stop it in these conditions.
You don't really feel something in the system when the rear wheels start to work. It is discreet.
Mine has been delivered with snow tires so this might improve a little bit the handling but anyway, it is very safe in low adherence conditions.
Here are some pics of the run...






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That's looking 'awesome'! Good luck with your Panda..
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Whats the engine in that? Is it something like a 1.3 multijet diesel?
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Yes it is. 1.3 multijet 70ch / 145Nm.
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Re: My new panda 4x4 Multijet

the two spot light is it standard accessory or add-on?
wondering whether i can add on to my panda?
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Didn't think the diesel was available in the 4x4?
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Re: My new panda 4x4 Multijet

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Didn't think the diesel was available in the 4x4?
He is in France

It say's so in his information bit, and the first post.

Fiat do make a LHD 4x4 multijet, they just seem to think the UK is not worth the effort. Like making a proper Stilo RHD conversion for example...
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Quote Originally Posted by JTD Monkey
He is in France

It say's so in his information bit, and the first post.

Fiat do make a LHD 4x4 multijet, they just seem to think the UK is not worth the effort. Like making a proper Stilo RHD conversion for example...
Hope you wern't presuming I am thick with them big letters...

Try going to the Fiat France website www.fiat.fr You dont need a degree in French to browse to 'modeles' find the Panda 4x4 and 'configuration'

Shows only the 1.2 8v and the 1.2 8v CLIMBING. No mention of the availability of the 1.3 multijet 4x4.
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Re: My new panda 4x4 Multijet

Quote Originally Posted by Hellcat
Shows only the 1.2 8v and the 1.2 8v CLIMBING. No mention of the availability of the 1.3 multijet 4x4.
You are right, overall fiat french site is not updated.
This one, specific to panda 4x4, is : http://www.panda4x4.fiat.fr/home.htm

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