Fiat Punto Facelift UK Pricing and Details
Customers can choose between five different trim levels, the range starting off with the ‘Pop’ trim, and climbing all the way up to ‘Lounge’ which tops the range. All cars get daytime running lights as standard, along with air-con, as well as all the features we’ve come to expect from all but the cheapest cars. The range also gets a ‘themed’ trim level, called GBT (celebrating Fiat’s participation and involvement with the British Cycling team), and it includes 15-inch rims, lowered and stiffened suspension, tinted glass, a boot spoiler and side skirts.
The most basic model in the range slips just under the £10,000 mark, by £10, but in ‘Lounge’ trim and with an oil burner under the bonnet, the Punto can end up costing £15,600. Engines-wise, there’s a choice of five petrol engines, including the new TwinAir 875cc turbo, as well as Fiat’s familiar 1.3-liter MultiJet diesel, in two states of tune.