The all-new Fiat Panda has been recently launched in Italy where the model has a starting price of 12,200 euros for the entry-level version.
After being launched in the United Kingdom in February, the all-new Fiat Panda is once again being placed into the spotlights, this time with the car manufacturer announcing its debut in its home country. According to the Italian based automaker, the new Fiat Panda will come in three versions, with the entry-level Pop is now getting the Low Speed Collision Mitigation system with Brake Assist which is able to active the emergency braking at speeds lower than 30 km/h or 18.6 mph.
The Fiat Panda easypower Pop, with the 1.2 liter engine which is developing a total output of 69 horsepower, is available from 12,200 euros, while the Fiat Panda easypower Easy costs 12,950 euros. Last but not least, the top of the line Fiat Panda easypower Lounge can be bought from 14,200 euros. The same 1.2 liter engine with 69 HP, which is burning an average of 6.6 liters of fuel every 100 km on a combined cycle, and emitting 107 CO2 g/km, while offering an autonomy of 1,345 km, is fitted onto all three versions.