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June from Liverpool
A nice polite young man collected and dropped my car off on time. My car failed its MOT so work was carried out. Everything went well but when I received the invoice, it was a more expensive than I was expecting. The interim service quoted from £59 and as far as I know, I wasn’t informed otherwise. ...
Gary from Liverpool
Brilliant service. Booked in for an MOT. Car was picked up bang on time and delivered back to me a couple of hours later. Always in contact with me and I will be using them again. Well done for a great service provided.
Philip from Liverpool
Great service... Collected on time.. Kept informed on mot and service at all times.. Car back on time..washed as well.. Steve and James..great guys... Will use them next year...
Richard from Liverpool
Good service picked up on time but bit expensive for a diagnostic plug in but service was a reasonable price
Robert from Liverpool
Brilliant and professional service!
Carol from Liverpool
no complaint as good as it says
Fiat Automobiles is the largest car manufacturer in Italy, originally established over 100 years ago in July 1899, and is a subsidiary of FCA Italy (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles).
There are around 890k Fiat cars on the road in the UK. Their popularity as a modern car supplier grew through the 1990s and peaked around the current number in the mid-2000s, where it has remained constant over the past 10 years.
As a long established and easily recognised brand, a large part of their success can be put down to their historical models and retro styling.
Fiat is renowned for providing unique styling associated with Italian car design, yet without the hefty sports car price tag.
The Fiat 500 is possibly one of the most easily recognised cars in the world and a true piece of iconic car culture. Despite looking virtually the same as it did at its introduction in 1957, the latest model featured over 1,800 updates to its previous version, making sure it stands its ground in a modern car buyer’s market.
When you visit Fiat’s website, you’ll be presented with bright, punchy colours and slogans, suggesting a younger feel and a driving culture based around a carefree life in the now. Riding the on-going success of the 500 and their strength in the city car market, Fiat has added the 500L and 500X to their current range; mini SUV and MPV offerings that build on the styling and popularity of the 500. And why wouldn’t they? It’s a smart way to break into new markets with a trusted and recognisable brand.
Fiat ranked 14th place out of 30 car brands in the What Car? Reliability Survey in 2018. They are a well-established manufacturer who carries a reputation for style and keeping up with current trends, but under the watchful eye of a parent company who also owns Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Jeep and Maserati, their experience and wealth of industry knowledge is greater than first appears.
Various recalls have been made on Fiat models throughout their motoring history. The following are a list of the most recent in the UK and Europe.
The handbrake efficiency could be lost
The steering column adjustment could release
If rear seat belts are not fastened and pretensioners are deployed the latch could be released
Engine suspension reaction bracket not fitted on the transmission side
Door locks may malfunction and allow doors to open unintentionally
Intercooler sleeve may detach from the throttle body
Instrument cluster may display incorrect information
Replace electrical power steering
All recall information sourced from gov.co.uk data.
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