The 2021 Fiat Panda has been refreshed with new equipment and an exterior style redesign.
There's a lot to like about the revamped Panda as a contract hire choice for 2021.
Along with new colour options and updated bumpers, the Panda has stylish new 16-inch alloy wheels.
There's also a new Fiat Panda Sport available.
Also, the interior has been updated and recycled materials have been used for the dashboard and seats.
There are three ranges available as a car leasing opportunity, and these have updated trim levels.
The engines for the Fiat Panda include two petrol units; there's a 0.9-litre TwinAir engine producing 85 bhp for the Panda 4x4, and a 1.0-litre mild-hybrid engine delivering 70 bhp for the other models.
The entry-level Panda has 14-inch steel wheels, a DAB radio, air conditioning, body coloured bumpers and USB connectivity.
Other models feature new side skirts, larger alloy wheels and black exterior elements.
Some Pandas also get a leather steering wheel with audio controls, the firm's Uconnect system with Bluetooth and smartphone connectivity, plus manual air-conditioning.
The range-topper is the Panda 4x4 which has all-wheel-drive, front and rear skid plates and there's a rear differential gear locking system to deliver one of the best off-roading experiences available in a small car currently.
The new Fiat Panda Sport appears for the first time and will stand out from the rest of the range with 16-inch alloy wheels and red brake callipers.
Drivers also get body-coloured door mirrors and handles along with darkened rear windows.
The Panda Sport also features a matte grey paint that is exclusive to the model, and drivers have the choice of a glossy black roof to make this a car lease Panda that appeals.
The interior is also eye-catching with a titanium coloured dashboard, black roof and door panels in eco-leather.
The Fiat Panda has been around for many years now and the latest version will help boost its appeal.
The new hybrid engine was launched in 2020 to help offer drivers an excellent way to boost economy and have better levels of performance.
The refreshed Fiat Panda for 2021 is available to order as a car leasing opportunity from November, with deliveries starting early in the New Year.
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