Fiat Punto dimensions
Latest model: Fiat Punto Evo hatchback (2009)
Length: 159 (in) = 4039 (mm)
Width: 66.4 (in) = 1687 (mm)
Height: 59 (in) = 1499 (mm)
Compare Fiat Punto dimensions to: Renault Clio, Hyundai i10
Fiat Punto details:
While it’s essentially a thorough reworking of the Grande Fiat Punto, the Fiat Punto Evo simply brings that car’s good looks more up to date. Intriguingly, the Fiat Punto Evo looks better in the images than in the metal, whereas its predecesor, the Grande Fiat Punto, was the other way around. The horizontal bar in the centre of the grille takes its inspiration from the Fiat 500. Small tweaks to the look separate the various versions. For instance a hexagonal grille and black headlight surrounds option on the Sport, while there’s chrome trim on Convenience models.
With a 275-litre boot the Fiat Punto Evo is a practical supermini and with the back seatings folded this room increases to 1030, litres. It's disappointing that in entry-level form the Fiat Punto Evo doesn't come with a 60/40 split-fold back bench you have to move up to the Dynamic to get one of those. One of the reasons why the Fiat Punto Evo is so usable is that it's not especially small, despite its supermini status. As a result, there's a lot of of cab room for four, or even five if someone doesn't mind perching in the middle of the rear bench. However, this isn't a vehicle that's particularly convenient for five.
There are five versions, but not all engines are available with each trim. Entry-level vehicles are badged Active, with traditional equipment including electric front windows and mirrors, remote central locking and a trip computer. Dynamic trim adds conditioning plus a leather-trimmed gearknob and helm, while Dynamic Eco adds a bodykit. GP consumers get sportier instruments and look details, sports suspension plus front foglights with adaptive cornering. The range-topping Sporting comes with burnished alloy wheels, cruise control and ambient lighting for the dashboard.