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The 500 is a deserved success story for Fiat, offering bags of style, a fine drive and low costs
Fiat goes back to the future with its new, 1980s-inspired family hatchback
Fiat looks to its rebodied MX-5 for a much-needed image boost, but does it do enough to stand out on its own, or would you be better off with the Mazda?
Decent styling, a well-judged interior and good practicality means Fiat's 500X is a worthy entrant on your compact crossover shortlist
Fiat stretches its 500L to turn it into a bijou 5+2 seat 'Multi Purpose Wagon'; the result is a well-packaged, smooth riding addition to the 500 family
A very fine multi-use little car that offers an enticing ownership proposition
New chunky Fiat 500L Trekking gets increased ride height, chunky bumpers and a clever traction control system
It's now 30 years since the introduction of the Fiat Panda 4x4
It has a unique mix of city car and small SUV traits, but how much rugged capability does Fiat's off-road supermini really have - and is it the best of its kind?
Bigger take on 500 recipe forsakes some style for much more practicality, but loses some charm in the process
Decently spacious for a supermini, with a good range of engines, but the Punto's driving dynamics are less-than beguiling
The open-topped Fiat 500C is much more costly than its hatchback sibling. Is it worth the premium?
The Fiat Bravo is a stylish Focus rival. It's good value, but has an odd driving position
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