First produced in 1980, the second generation launched in 2003 and was subsequntly named European Car of the Year in 2004. The third generation debuted in September 2011. Over a 37 year period, over 7.5 million Fiat Pandas have been sold globally.
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Too early to tell. Probably covered less than 50 miles. No problems so far (but I would be pretty upset if there were any!! :o) )
Too early to say as these are cross climate tyres and only driven in the dry so far. I would say that the noise level inside the car is marginally improved compared to the Continental Cross Contact winter tyres they replaced.
To be honest, it's not a racing car and I don't drive it like one so I really don't expect F1 performance in terms of braking or cornering and I cannot say that my fuel economy is any different. If you don't drive it like you stole it, there's no reason to be snobby about the tyres you use (in any case, as I have discovered, top brands can pick up nails and screws just as easily as any other make!)
Good dry weather grip have not used them in the wet yet, mpg has dropped by about 3 mpg
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