Fiat Panda Cross 4×4 Multijet 95 HP: actual consumption and first impressions
First test aboard the Fiat Panda Cross 4×4 1.3 Multijet Diesel engine 95 hp. In the Technical Center Freeway, we have measured their actual consumption.
Assuming the Fiat Panda to dry, the panda Cross we meet a small SUV as complete. Compared to car part, the main differences are: plastic protections in the body, covers steel casing, the different front headlights to the rest of the range and two clips red steel also at the front to facilitate rescue operations off the road.
The ground clearance of the Fiat Panda Cross comes to 165 mm. Some M + S tire, the AWD and a TT angles for themselves want many others, make this small utilitarian one authentic off-road toy. Inside besides upholstery and trim, another distinctive feature We are found in a rotary knob, selecting the mode “off road” and the Descent Control.
In highway, cold these days, and much of the route with salt, it seems surprising how well it goes, leaning against the tires Goodyear Vector 4Seasons, riding our unit. We have not taken any “scare” in areas for the years of experience we know that depending on the morning may have certain ice sheets and humidities. And is that from autopista.es support the use tire inviernoo mixed, because more and more effective and provide safer driver and passengers. As in all Fiat Panda, we miss a little more precise direction, but we must not forget that it is a utilitarian. Even with the “City” off mode, It requires several kilometers to get used and gain confidence.
Fiat Panda Cross 4×4 1.3 Multijet: engine performance
With the Diesel engine update new 1.3 Multijet, its power rises to 95 CV. In practice there is little difference with the version it replaces, except that it is much more pleasant urban routes, a low regime much solvent. Perhaps more noteworthy that the new Fiat Panda Cross Multijet 95 hp It presents low levels of emissions, with just 119 g / km of CO2, which exempt you from paying tax.
As for the actual consumption, highlight the 5.44 l / 100 km highway obtained an average of 97.33 km / h, with an onboard computer marking 5.5 l / 100 km, quite accurate. But it is in the city, supported by a system of stop-start engine Stop / Start a little gruff but excellent performance, where the new Fiat Panda Cross makes the difference as only two tenths above left, getting a result of 5.64 l / 100 km.
Ultimately, the Fiat Panda Cross is a utility “off road” for all audiences and a Use fairly tight economy.
Fiat Panda Cross 4×4 1.3 Multijet. TT Cotas
– Angle of attack: 27.5 °
– Exit angle: 39 ° (Escape)
– Breakover angle: 22º
– Ground clearance: 165 mm
– Fording depth: 760 mm
– Front suspension stroke: 250 mm
– Rear suspension stroke: 260 mm