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…And so does Fiat

FIAT has announced a list price cut by an average of nearly 7% following the end of a temporary offer announced at this year's Motor Show in Birmingham. It joins European rivals Peugeot, Citroen and Volkswagen which have all cut prices from December 1.

Fiat announced retail price discounts at the NEC in October, as well as increasing warranties from 12 months to three years/60,000 miles on all vehicles sold between October 1 and November 30.

Fiat has now made the three-year warranty (made up of a single year's manufacturer warranty and two-year dealer warranty) permanent, and also includes three year's AA cover (comprising Roadside Assistance, Home Start, Relay, Relay Plus and European cover). Delivery charges are also included in the list price.

Sample price cuts (old price in brackets): Seicento 1.1S (£6,470) £5,995; Punto 1.2 Sporting (£11,605) £10,795; Punto 1.9 JTD ELX 5dr (£10,604) £10,045; Brava 100 16v SX (£11,975) £10,895; Multipla JTD 110 SX (£14,380) £13,994; Marea 100 16v SX (£12,754) £11,995; Ulysse 2.0S (£17,184) £16,995; Barchetta (£15,879) £13,815.

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