Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price.

Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price.

Postby autopayment11 » Tue Jun 23, 2009 8:01 pm

I am thinking about buying a Fiat Punto but have had mixed views from friends about how reliable they are. Are they good cars and cheap to maintain? Would it be more expensive than a Fiesta to maintain?



I've seen one from a Ford dealership 3dr, 1.2 active, 52 plate and 43,000 miles on the clock. They want £3,000 with warranty. Is this good?
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. NO NO NO poor quality constant

Postby QeftyYjukip » Thu Jul 02, 2009 5:29 am

NO NO NO poor quality constant trouble!!

Good luck
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. well my sister has had two punt

Postby Majukol » Thu Jul 02, 2009 11:18 am

well my sister has had two puntos and she had a crash in both of them. she now has a ford fiesta and she has had it for 2 years now.
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. you can buy 52regs on ebay for

Postby KimayaKranzdorf » Thu Jul 02, 2009 12:45 pm

autopayment11 wrote:I am thinking about buying a Fiat Punto but have had mixed views from friends about how reliable they are. Are they good cars and cheap to maintain? Would it be more expensive than a Fiesta to maintain?



I've seen one from a Ford dealership 3dr, 1.2 active, 52 plate and 43,000 miles on the clock. They want £3,000 with warranty. Is this good?


you can buy 52regs on ebay for 1000
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. fiat parts are expensive and so

Postby Heriaavaide » Fri Jul 03, 2009 3:50 pm

fiat parts are expensive and so is servicing costs and you may know that fiat stands for Fix It Again Today.



i have a fiesta and it is 1 year old i have done 90,000 miles in it and it hasnt missed a beat,and servicing is fairly cheap.i wouldnt change to a fiat ever.
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. you can buy a 1997 bmw E36 R re

Postby welivetogether04 » Sun Jul 05, 2009 4:14 pm

autopayment11 wrote:I am thinking about buying a Fiat Punto but have had mixed views from friends about how reliable they are. Are they good cars and cheap to maintain? Would it be more expensive than a Fiesta to maintain?



I've seen one from a Ford dealership 3dr, 1.2 active, 52 plate and 43,000 miles on the clock. They want £3,000 with warranty. Is this good?


you can buy a 1997 bmw E36 R reg 325 TDS for that much
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. f=fabricated i=in a=a t=toys

Postby Litopise » Sun Jul 05, 2009 6:04 pm

f=fabricated

i=in

a=a

t=toyshop



f=fix

i=it

a=again

t=tomorrow



they are a rubbish vehicle

if you must buy a european car, go French

You cannot beat a peugeot in 176 thousand miles, the only big bill i have had was a clutch £300
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. nope keep away from then m8 f

Postby Rubillain » Sun Jul 05, 2009 11:14 pm

nope keep away from then m8

f- fix

i- it

a- again

t- tomorrow
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. STAY AWAY FROM PUNTO THEY GO TH

Postby Tollinaci » Mon Jul 06, 2009 5:32 pm

STAY AWAY FROM PUNTO THEY GO THROUGH HEAD GASKETS ALL THE TIME WE CONSTANTLY SEE THEM BROKEN DOWN ON MOTORWAYS AND COME WITH GEAR BOX PROBLEMS
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Re: Should I buy a Fiat Punto. and am I paying the right price. Nah, you want to buy my Ford Ga

Postby RortJore » Mon Jul 06, 2009 11:33 pm

Nah, you want to buy my Ford Galaxy for 2K, it is much more reliable!! ;-)
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