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£5,671

Registration Date
2015 (15)
Mileage
19,103mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Manchester
Body Style
Hatchback 3dr

£6,048

Registration Date
2015 (65)
Mileage
19,218mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Manchester
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£6,096

Registration Date
2014 (64)
Mileage
17,974mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Warrington
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£6,314

Registration Date
2015 (64)
Mileage
22,131mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Sheffield
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£6,991

Registration Date
2016 (16)
Mileage
6,577mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Manchester
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£4,999

Registration Date
2019 (19)
Mileage
38,820mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Warrington
Body Style
Hatchback 3dr

£5,199

Registration Date
2013 (63)
Mileage
22,904mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Wakefield
Body Style
Hatchback 3dr

Key Facts

The Fiat Punto has been in production since 1993 and spans over 3 generations. The third generation of the car was marketed as the Grande Punto, between 2005 and 2009, and the Punto Evo, between 2009 and 2012, when the bare Punto name was re-introduced.

The current generation Punto has been around for over a decade, but still manages to not look dated. Although not the most interesting car compared to the competition, the Punto is a good value and cheap to run supermini with Italian flair.

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Why buy a Fiat Punto?

If you’re after a great value, stylish supermini that's cheap to run, the Fiat Punto may be right up your street. Nearly new models can be picked up for less than £7,000.

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Which Fiat Punto is right for me?

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Good Value with Italian flair: Fiat Punto

Good Value with Italian flair: Fiat Punto

The differences between the trims are subtle, with the most common being the Easy and the entry-level Pop trim. Higher spec models come with Bluetooth, however older models are only limited to making hands-free calls. The high-spec Easy+ has a sporty look to it, featuring 16 inch alloys and sports-style seats and has the addition of climate control.

What are the Alternatives?

The tried and tested option: Ford Fiesta

The tried and tested option: Ford Fiesta

The leader of the pack in its class, the Ford Fiesta is synonymous with low-cost yet comfortable driving. Beloved by drivers as much as it is the motoring press, you can’t go far wrong with a Fiesta, whether you choose its latest version, which went into production in 2008, or a later model.

Known as being nimble and fun to drive, it looks good enough not to show you up when you pull into the office car park, although it might not be the set of wheels to attract longing glances as you roll past a crowded beer garden on a summer’s evening.


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Another top seller: Vauxhall Corsa

Another top seller: Vauxhall Corsa

Vauxhall’s stalwart hatchback is a viable alternative to the Punto, as both cars do a lot of the same things well. It’s a cheap but fun car, while it also has sporty variants which put out more BHP than you need to simply get from point A to point B.


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Quick without the cost: Seat Ibiza

Quick without the cost: Seat Ibiza

One of the sportiest of its type, the Ibiza has a lot to offer for such a minimal price tag. However, it doesn’t do the basics quite as well as the Punto, such as being cheap to insure, but the differences are minimal.

For driving around busy town centres, the Ibiza can make every trip fun, although only the sportier models in the range have enough grunt to scale uphill roads and push on motorways without feeling the strain.


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