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Is Fiat Punto a reliable car?

Is Fiat Punto a reliable car?

This is a car with a long life span, and over the course of that time owners have reported plenty of mixed issues with regard to reliability, though some have praised theirs. The Punto didn’t feature in our most recent reliability survey, but Fiat as a brand finished in 24th place out of 32 manufacturers.

Is Fiat Punto expensive to maintain?

The estimated maintenance cost of Fiat Punto EVO for 4 years is Rs 31,208. The first service after 5000 km, second service after 10000 km and third service after 20000 km is free of cost.

Why was Punto discontinued?

It has been reported that the carmaker has already started the process of phasing out the brand and has therefore, discontinued the Punto, Abarth Punto, Linea and Avventura. Fiat dealers have reportedly been asked to allot more showroom space to Jeep vehicles and invest more in marketing the American brand.

What is the mileage of Punto?

Fiat Punto Evo mileage starts at 14.4 kmpl and goes up to 20.59 kmpl….Fiat Punto Evo Petrol and Diesel Mileage.

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Mileage
Petrol (1172 cc) Manual 15.8 kmpl
Petrol (1368 cc) Manual 14.4 kmpl

When did they stop making Fiat Punto?

Fiat Punto
Manufacturer Fiat Auto (1993-2007) Fiat Group Automobiles (2007-2014) FCA Italy (2014-2018)
Also called Fiat Grande Punto (2005-2012) Fiat Punto Evo (2009-2012)
Production 1993–2018
Body and chassis

Is Fiat Punto high maintenance?

It is not 5000km range service for Fiat, it is sheer 15,000kms range for service. A maruti or hyundai car will be appreciated that the service charge is Rs 5000 every service and blamed Fiat that it is high. After driving of 1.25 lakh kms, my total amount spent for maintenance is around Rs 90,000 in last 6 years.

Why did Fiat fail in India?

Even the Punto and Linea came across as very beautiful cars and they stood out for a lot of reasons. However, the brand image took a beating because of various issues like the failed joint ventures, the inconsistent quality of their cars, the unsatisfactory service experience and the lack of new and modern products.

Is Fiat gone from India?

“Fiat as a brand has not gone out of the Indian market. The company is also working on bringing in smaller Jeep SUVs at the affordable end of the market. FCA India stopped making Fiat cars at its Ranjangaon plant in India in 2019.

Why Did Chevrolet leave India?

The decision to stop domestic operations was part of the company’s plan to consolidate its global operations. This time too, the decision to exit India entirely looks like a sacrifice for the greater good. Hopefully, Chevrolet customers won’t be troubled and would get adequate time to consider alternative options.

Which TYRE is best for Fiat Punto?

There are 78 different tyre models available for Punto from renowned brands like. The most affordable tyre available for the Punto is the Apollo, which is priced at Rs….Fiat Punto Tyre Price.

SecuraDrive Rs. 5,305 Tubeless
ZLX Rs. 3,450 Tubeless
Fuel Smarrt Rs. 3,505 Tubeless
Taximax Rs. 2,800 Tubeless

Is the 2003 Punto still a good car?

The post-2003 Punto is an intriguing proposition. Serious depreciation has eaten into its valuation and a used example can be had for less than you may think. Get over the fact that it is possibly not as pretty as the car it replaced and you’ll end up with a supermini that’s still got plenty of life left in it.

When did the Fiat Punto Mk2 come out?

There are hits, misses and maybes. Into the latter category we can probably put Fiat’s facelifted MK2 Punto, launched in 2003. The sharp styling of its predecessor was rounded off but there were a whole host of other changes that were far more agreeable.

How does a Fiat Punto Multijet engine work?

Whereas conventional Fiat common-rail diesel engines fire two squirts of fuel into the combustion chamber for each cycle of the cylinder – a small ‘pilot’ shot followed by the full injection of fuel – Multijet adopts an altogether more sophisticated approach.

What should I pay for a used Fiat Punto?

(approx based on an 1.2 Active Sport inc VAT) An alternator is around £78, front brake pads are around £35 for a set, a rear exhaust section should be about £61 and a headlamp is around £82. Expect to pay around £7 for an air filter and about £15 for a fuel filter, about £6 for an oil filter and about £4 for spark plugs.