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We Buy All LHD Fiat Cars Left Hand Drives

At LHD PLC we accept many car models and the LHD Fiat Car is one of them, whether you are stationed in France, UK, Spain, Germany, Scotland, Italy, Portugal, and Wales, we will arrange a view and collection from the UK to you. If the Car meets our immediate needs we will purchase rite away with an upfront deposit payment for your time.

Types of LHD Fiat Cars (Models)

There's only one Fiat model for people who don't know about the brand. Fiat models are known for their Italian heritage, and they are tooled to carry that heritage forward. But there are four different Fiat models! Here's what you need to know! Some of the most resounding models in the company's modern history include the MOBI, NEW 500, 500, PANDA, UNO, ARGO, CRONOS, TIPO/EGEA, 500X, PULSE, 500L, 500L LIVING, DOBLÒ, DUCATO, FIORINO, STRADA, TORO.

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Left hand drive LHD Fiat cars

Fiat 500 Pop

You can't get more no-nonsense than the Pop. It's cute.  There are 14-inch wheels, which make it easy to turn in narrow city streets, and chrome accents make the car look retro. The Pop isn't the car for you for those who want fancy touchscreens, Bluetooth, air conditioning, and cruise control. Those things are in the Lounge and up.   Pop's a great city car if you're looking for a stylish, well-priced ride.

You can run it for cheap, too. You can choose from a 1.0-liter petrol engine that gets 53-54 mpg or a slightly less powerful 1.2-liter diesel.  Both cars are of great value, but the hybrid costs a little less to buy and uses less gas. This is the one you want if you want to keep the costs down.  Besides a full complement of airbags, the Pop is also equipped with a speed limiter.  From £141 a month, you can lease a Fiat 500 Pop.

Origin of LHD Fiat

This left-hand drive Fiat 500F is vibrant color and a charming classic filled with character. The owner reports installing a four-speed synchronized transmission for its 499cc two-cylinder air-cooled engine. It says 7,614 on the odometer, but we don't know how many miles it's really done.

As one of the first cheap and practical city cars, it got great reviews. It's believed the car resided in Italy until four years ago when it was shipped to the UK, according to a Fiat UK dating letter. According to DVLA records, the car was registered for the first time on these shores in October 2018, with the owner of the logbook being the seller. After a $16,000 restoration, it's back on the road.

LHD Fiat car with left hand wheel