Eco-friendly system is already availble on Grande Punto, 500 and Bravo ranges
16 July 2009

Fiat has added its in-car eco:Drive system to its Qubo van/mini-MPV range.

The system allows drivers to download a record of their driving style from car to computer via a USB memory stick, and learn how to reduce their fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

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Andrew Humberstone, Fiat UK’s managing director, said, “We want our cars to be fun, but they must also be practical and environmentally friendly.

“Offering eco:Drive on Qubo will help to spread the benefits of this technology, helping drivers to improve their driving efficiency, saving fuel and reducing their impact on the environment.”

The free-of-charge system is available on all models in the Qubo range, which starts at £9755.

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Our Verdict

Fiat Qubo
There's a surprising amount of fun to be extracted from the Qubo

The Fiat Qubo is related closely to the Citroen Nemo and Peugeot Bipper. All three are derived from vans, but are surprisingly car-like to drive

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