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Fiat Uno Overview

The Fiat Uno is in the super-mini class and was produced by the Italian motor company Fiat. This car was in production from 1983-95 in Italy and sold across Europe, but is still in production in Brazil for sale in South America. This small car has been redesigned to suit the Brazilian market. The Uno that was produced up until 1995 was a very small, cheap to run, and easy to maintain car. It lacked power and performance but that isn’t what you come to expect from a small, economical small car like this.

Fiat Uno History

The first generation Mk1 Uno (1983-89) was first produced to replace the old Fiat 127. It won the European car of the year in 1984 and started a trend for small cars to be built a bit higher off the ground, box shaped and it was surprisingly aerodynamic. It also had a surprisingly good amount of room inside the car and came in a five and three door hatchback. From 1995 the Uno Turbo became available, a sportier version and other variants would soon follow.

The second generation Mk2 (1989-95) received a bit of a change from the Mk1. The body shape wasn’t quite so boxed looking, with a new front and rear end design. This made the car more aerodynamic. The interior had a bit of a makeover, to resolve some issues associated with the Mk1. Across Europe this car ceased production in 1995 and was soon replaced by the Fiat Punto.

As briefly mentioned above, this car was still produced in several countries outside of Europe, where it is still produced in South America to this day. It ceased production in Morocco in 2006 and in Pakistan in 2004 to name a few.


70 S/SX
60 S/SX/Family
45 Fire
70 SX/SL
45 Start
70 SX
75 S

Fuel Economy

The petrol engines available were: 1.0, 1.1, 1.3, 1.4 and 1.5 with the diesel options being: 1.3, 1.4 and 1.7. This car was generally pretty good economically and the diesel engines in particular. When thinking economy, you must take these three factors into consideration: fuel type, age and engine size.


There were 4 and 5 speed gearboxes available and a selecta CVT (Continually Variable Transmission) which is extremely economical. There is a Fiat Gearbox section on our website to help locate your gearbox parts.


Have you experienced problems with parts on the Uno and not knowing where to get help? If so, why not check our Uno problems page here for solution on how to fix your problem parts.

Have a look at the Uno parts page to locate the exact parts you need. You can also enter your vehicle details in our part finder to locate your parts. This searches through our vast network of UK Breakers.