Fiat Sedici (2006 – 2013) At A Glance
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All weather tyres - which ones for a Fiat Sedici?
"My Fiat Sedici 4 x 4 is a superb utility vehicle: low motorway usage, country lanes but no off-country. We have two or three weeks snow here in north Derbyshire and whilst the 4 x 4 system works well, I cannot justify the cost of buying snow tyres and rims for winter and "summer" tyres for the rest of the year.
Is there a tyre that will give me extra grip in the snow without having to resort to full winter tyre spec please?"
Michelin Cross Climate, Nokian Weatherproof, Goodyear Vector 4 Seasons. Vredestein Quatrac, Bridgestone A001s. All are 'all season' tyres with better capability in cold weather than conventional 'summer tyres'.
Can I have my Fiat Sedici's DPF professionally cleaned?
"Arnold Clark has confirmed its £3300 plus quotation for a new DPF for a Fiat Sedici. Is it cast in gold? What are your thoughts on the DPF being professionally cleaned, such as by the DPF Clean Team, as an alternative to replacement?"
Don’t illegally remove the DPF altogether because this could catch up with you when VOSA starts enforcing the law on this. It’s possible that the existing DPF can be saved by cleaning. Ceramex.com has developed a process for cleaning DPFs for trucks that can restore 95 per cent efficiency. It might work for your car, is available at most Unipart and Alliance autocentres and is now on trial at some KwikFits as well.
Is there an alternative to replacing my Fiat Sedici's DPF?
"Arnold Clark has confirmed that a new Diesel Particulate Filter for my Fiat Sedici 1.9 Multijet diesel will cost £3300, plus fitting. Is it cast in gold? What are your thoughts on a DPF being professionally cleaned such as by the DPF Clean Team, as an alternative to replacement?"
www.ceramex.com has developed a process for cleaning DPFs for trucks that can restore 95 per cent efficiency. It might work for your car.
Is there a good alternative to the Fiat Panda 4x4?
"My Fiat dealer tells me that Fiat Panda 4x4 are no longer made. Are there any alternatives?"
They are no longer made and the value of used ones rose this winter. The smallest 4WDs still made are the Suzuki Jimny (awful to drive), the Suzuki SX4 AWD, the Fiat Sedici AWD, the Toyota Urban Cruiser 1.4 AWD, the MINI Countryman All-4 and the Nissan Juke DiG-T 4x4. Also, Suzuki UK is trying to persuade Suzuki Japan to let it have Swift 1.2 4WDs.
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