Fiat Qubo Car Reviews

The Fiat Qubo is a small MPV that has been on the market since 2009. The car is a derivative of the Fiat Fiorino in the form of a 5-door, 5-seater estate with a very large interior. The Qubo is very practical and provides good head and legroom both in the front and the rear. It also offers room for a vast amount of luggage while the sliding door makes for very good accessibility to the cabin.

Price Range: £-1 - £-1
Insurance Groups: N/A - N/A
MPG Range: N/A - N/A
Score: 4/5
Fuel economy
Spacious interior
Bland styling
Not much standard equipment
A little slow

Latest Fiat Qubo Car Reviews:

Fiat Qubo 1.3 16v MultiJet 95 Trekking 5dr - February 2012
By far the best option of the Qubo range, this is a great MPV which offers a large number of benefits with few disadvantages. Performance is much higher than in the basic 1.4 Active petrol model an...
Fiat Qubo 1.4 Active 5dr - February 2012
If you are looking for an all-purpose small MPV that delivers reasonable performance levels alongside fairly low running costs, then the Fiat Qubo 1.4 Active could be the car for you. Whilst the mo...
Fiat Qubo 1.4 MyLife 5dr - March 2012
The Qubo is a decent mini-MPV which offers bags of practicality and a surprisingly rewarding driving experience for a low price. However, for an extra £1,000 you can get the diesel model which will...

Fiat Qubo Overview

The Qubo looks a little like a van, but handles surprisingly well and makes for a fun driving experience. The ride is smooth and surprisingly refined, with little noise entering the cabin. In addition, the car is priced competitively and has excellent fuel consumption rates. It works as a great family vehicle.

Diesel and petrol engines are available, with the diesel being the wise choice to maximise fuel economy.


The Fiat Fiorino was first produced in 1977.

The first generation model was shaped like a van, although it was available as a pickup in Spain. It came with a choice of petrol or diesel engines.

The Fiorino was produced in its second generation beginning in 1988. It sports a restyled exterior and a larger selection of engines. The car has also been available in its third generation since 2007.

The Qubo, which has been on the market since 2009 after its unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show in 2008, is a passenger version of the Fiorino. It keeps the same basic shape with the addition of windows in the rear rather than the van-style panels of the Fiorino. The model is available with a 5-speed or 6-speed transmission (manual or semi-automatic).


The Fiat Qubo is a versatile and practical model that offers good fuel economy and makes an excellent family car.

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