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- 49 Monthly Payments £360
- Total Price £18,530
- Customer Deposit £0
- Amount of Credit £18,530
- Apr 13.6%
- Term 49 months
- Total Amount Payable £25,578
- Fixed Rate of Interest 12.18%
- Annual Mileage 8,000
- Optional Final Payment £8,272
Used Fiat Tipo at Motor Match
The Fiat Tipo is designed to give the best comfort to all the people on board; driver and passengers alike. The Tipo stands up to expectations with its class leading 440 litre boot capacity and its exceptional rear legroom making it comfortable and spacious.
However even though this car is large enough for a comfortable drive it is still easy to drive and manoeuvre around town. If you’re looking for a small family hatchback that’s strong on value, practicality and standard equipment, then the Fiat Tipo is for you!
There is not only the Fiat Tipo hatchback but also the Fiat Station Wagon. The Fiat Tipo station wagon has even more space than the Hatchback with a 550 litre boot
The Fiat Tipo was first introduced in 1988 and then was later reborn in 2016. For 2022 the latest models of the Fiat Tipo includes the Tipo Cross and City Life, they come with great features such as 7”digital cluster, a navigation system, full LED lights.* There are four trim levels available with the Fiat Tipo.
Fiat Tipo Features
Pretty much everything about the Tipo is new, apart from the name. Last seen on a boxy hatchback of the ‘80s and ‘90s, the Italian nameplate we thought had vanished is back on the tailgate of a practical Fiat.
This Tipo is here to take on the likes of the Kia Cee’d and Hyundai i30 at the budget end of a market led by the ever-popular Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf. It’s a no-nonsense, no-frills family car, and comes with a simple engine range, a simple model line-up and a simple, if fairly stylish, design.
Although the Tipo is supposed to be one of Fiat’s budget offerings, it’s actually a pretty good-looking car. There’s certainly no betrayal of its asking price in the hexagonal grille, the squinting headlights and the curvaceous bonnet.
No, it doesn’t jump out at you in the way cars like the Ford Focus do, but there’s something appealing about its understated handsomeness.
Inside, the cabin is made up of various bits and bobs nabbed straight from the Fiat-Chrysler group’s parts bin. The five-inch touchscreen found on better-equipped variants is identical to the one found in high-spec Fiat 500s, while the steering wheel is shared with the Jeep Renegade, and the gear lever appears to be the same as the one found in the Alfa Romeo Giulietta.
All these parts feel relatively well put together, and though it’s a bit dark in there, the cabin – small touchscreen aside – even looks quite stylish.
To find out which Fiat would fit perfectly with your lifestyle, simply take a look at our range of quality used Fiats online. You can find out a little more about each model while you’re there. Or, nip down to one of our Motor Match dealership to speak to a member of the team.