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FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 im Back

after a certain kerfuful with a vauxhall still undiceded on wot car to take really want A cinq but loads of people are saying there girls cars so if any one can help me decide on a car i would be very grateful

cinqs are brilliant and really good for the money but they are quite smaller than a punto but it depends on what your after and if you fill your car with car tarts etc one small car i can recomend though is a seat arosa which has stiffened suspension as standard and handle really well the 1.0 version is also quicker than the 1.1 sporting cinq or sei

Originally Posted by The younger modder im going for a seat arosa if i can find one and its basically a Volkswagon lupo if you didnt know except better looking and Lora what convinced you to go up to a beetle its quite a bit different wouldnt you say i wanted the arosa a few months back when i decided i needed a new car. Purely because i loved the back lights Then mum said vw build quality is better.

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FIAT PANDA Hello everyone

Just thought id use my first post to say hi to everyone. Picking up a 07 plate 100hp tomorrow morning in black - been looking forward to it for ages. Wanted one a while back but all funds went on a wedding instead so now ive got the go ahead from the wife to change cars ive managed to persuade her the panda is exactly what we need Not had a fun car to drive since I sold my Accord type R for a motorbike.

FIAT PUNTO GRANDE PUNTO No new GP 1.2

Just having a look at Fiat official site and it appears the 1.3 t-jet is now the base engine on GP. Can anyone confirm this and is there a reason no new 1.2s emissions etc

my first car was a 998cc seat arosa S (S meant slow i think) that did 0-60 in 15seconds and it felt alot quicker than the 1.2 never goin back to a small engine again. P

Originally Posted by Tym my first car was a 998cc seat arosa S (S meant slow i think) that did 0-60 in 15seconds and it felt alot quicker than the 1.2 never goin back to a small engine again. P yeh bt 1718 yr olds cant always afford a 10k car and insurance the 1.2 is right up our street

FIAT PUNTO GRANDE PUNTO Time to go

After 3 years of owning my mjet sporting its time to trade in Swooping tomorrow for a seat Leon fr tdi to my surprise the car has decided to run like a bag of nails Struggling for power I almost sure its the egr valve again which was replaced 16 months ago. Cleaned it yesterday seemed ok but after driving it today its the same should I tell the dealer tomorrow or just park it up exchange cars and drive away

I have had five seats the last an old style Leon Cupra - not the best all had major problems at some time. Mind you we still have our 03 arosa in the family still going strong. The new Leons could tempt me back though...... perhaps a Revo Cupra Have fun

Originally Posted by IainG GPS I have had five seats the last an old style Leon Cupra - not the best all had major problems at some time. Mind you we still have our 03 arosa in the family still going strong. The new Leons could tempt me back though...... perhaps a Revo Cupra Have fun Id kill myself in one of those haha. Had a shot in the current petrol fr and that was quick enough

VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT B5 Climate Control removal

Fellow B5ers (98 1.8T) First Merry Christmas. Second Im trying to remove my climate control unit but am not seeing how it comes out of the dash cleanly. I have the trim off knobs off knob-trim off but the white climate control unit (where the 4 screws go) is behind the dash screw facia. Even if I took the whole center trim off there would still be the tan dash screw hole pieces in the way of sliding

Well Ive not done this project but everything I can find (including in the Bentley service manual) says just carefully pull the control unit out of the dash and then disconnect the control cables and wiring. But as we can see from your pictures its not that simple. I did see a video on youtube for removing the control unit from a VW Lupo and had an idea. The unit itself is not very thick or deep and there should be a bit of space in the dash behind the unit. Try pushing the right or left side of the unit back into the dash and angling it out one side at a time past the screw lugs. Looks like most of the connections come from left side so maybe push on the left side and angle out the right side first. Here are a couple links that may help you with the cables and wiring once you have the unit removed. AC control R&R Tutorial How To Remove The Heater Control Unit on a seat arosa or VW Lupo - YouTube

FIAT 500 II 500s in Belgium... the controversy.

Hi everybody Just wanted to know if some of you were worried about the massive controversy about the 500 in Belgium did some of you have a chat with your garage or someone in the know What is your opinion about it The Belgian government and Fiat themselves are now involved

nippy to drive. I have to say I find the handling quite disconerting at times. Overall it handles well with good grip but the rear end does pitch and bob with some vigerous driving (well as much as you can in a 1.2). However my worst experience was a going round a bumpy corner at 20 the back of the cars was all over the place. Just to double check it was not me I took Mrs Gs (now No1 sons) 2003 seat

nippy to drive. I have to say I find the handling quite disconerting at times. Overall it handles well with good grip but the rear end does pitch and bob with some vigerous driving (well as much as you can in a 1.2). However my worst experience was a going round a bumpy corner at 20 the back of the cars was all over the place. Just to double check it was not me I took Mrs Gs (now No1 sons) 2003 seat

Example offers of car parts seat arosa back seat

  • SEAT AROSA 1.4-SET 2 Bremstrommeln 4 Backen hi - Deutschland (82.49 EUR)
  • SEAT AROSA 1.7 SDI-SET 2 Bremstrommeln 4 Backen hi - Deutschland (82.49 EUR)
  • SEAT AROSA 1.0-SET 2 Bremstrommeln 4 Backen hi - Deutschland (82.49 EUR)
  • SEAT AROSA (to 99) RIGHT SIDE DOOR MIRROR GLASS +BACK - United Kingdom (8.62 GBP)
  • Klarius (VW509L) Exhaust Rear Back Box VW Lupo (6X1, 6E1) & Seat Arosa (6H) - United Kingdom (23.88 GBP)
  • VW Lupo 6X Polo 6N Waschwasserbehälter 6N0 955 453 C 6N0955453 Seat Arosa 6H - Backnang,Deutschland (7.99 EUR)
  • VW Polo 6N2 Lupo 6X Heckklappenschloss 6X0 827 505 A 6X0827505A Seat Arosa 6H - Backnang,Deutschland (4.99 EUR)

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