Thursday 28th March 2013
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If you have ever owned a Fiat Fiorino and had to replace any parts then we would love to hear about your experience. Let us know how the parts performed when fitted to the vehicle. Write your review in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Fiat Fiorino Overview

The Fiat Fiorino is classed as a small panel van and is produced by the Italian automobile manufacturing company Fiat. This vehicle has been in production since 1977 and is currently in its third generation. The current version is classed as a leisure activity vehicle which is built on the fiat small platform. These vehicles have been based on different small Fiat cars throughout its lifetime. The current version is based on the Fiat Grand Punto and was introduced in 2008. They are considered as being good performers for such small vehicles, especially the diesel engines. Their size makes them handy for driving around town but they are not very good on motorways. They are well designed in the cabin and not too bad for storage in the rear, considering their size. Does this sound like your experience of this vehicle?

Fiat Fiorino History

The first generation (1977-88) Fiat Fiorino was based on the Fiat 127, with the rear having a van box, which was a common feature at the time. There was a facelift in 1980 and also a pickup version available. The second generation (1988-2007) was based on several different Fiat small cars over its lifetime. The first version was based on the Fiat Uno until 1992. The next version was based on the Fiat Tipo which was more economical and gave the vehicle a new look. In 1997 this van had a makeover. The third generation (2007-present) was based on the Fiat Grand Punto and was produced at the Sevel Factory in Italy. Other variants of this vehicle are the Peugeot Bipper and Citroen Nemo which are built at the same factory.

Model Types

Combi Cargo SX Adventure

Fuel Economy

The current version of the Fiat Fiorino is available in 1.4 petrol, 1.4 CNG or 1.3 diesel. The 1.3L diesel is the most economical, offering up to 63mpg which is really good. Which engine do you have and how does it perform in terms of fuel economy? The older versions were available with 1.0, 1.2 or 1.4 petrol and 1.3 or 1.7 diesel depending on which version.


The Fiat Fiorino is currently available with 5 or 6 speed manual and 5 or 6 speed automatic gearboxes. Which gearbox do you have and how do you rate its performance? If you are needing gearbox parts for your Fiorino then why not check out our Fiat gearbox page to begin your search.


We can help you find parts for your Fiat Fiorino at very low prices. We have a comprehensive network of UK Breakers with parts for all makes and models. Either have a look at the Fiorino parts page or enter your vehicle details in our part finder to locate your required parts. Have you experienced problems with parts on the Fiorino recently? Why not check our Fiorino problems page here .