Review: FIAT Sedici (2006 – 2013)

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All models originally had switchable four-wheel drive. Seats five. Good crash test ratings.

No two-wheel-drive automatic version. Boot has a high sill. Original 1.6-litre petrol engine was slow.

Recently Added To This Review

26 February 2015 Series of problems with mostly town-driven 2008 FIAT Sedici 1.9 diesel:

" I bought a Fiat Sedici 1.9 diesel in July 2008 from Perry's in Aylesbury. In March 2013 the engine warning light comes on with 46,000 miles on the clock, initially I took it to my local garage each... Read more

15 August 2008

Front drive only 1.6 16v on sale from at a very reasonable £9,999. Good for speed humped, pot holed British roads without having to resort to 4WD. Based on Sedici Dynamic trim level, but with front-wheel... Read more

10 December 2005

Built at the Magyar Suzuki factory in Hungary from December 2005 and also sold as the Suzuki SX4. 4,140mm long x 1755mm wide x 1620mm high or 4,100mm x 1,730mm x 1,565mm. 1.5L has 99bhp and 133NM torque... Read more

FIAT Sedici (2006 – 2013): At A Glance

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Real MPG average for a FIAT Sedici (2006 – 2013)

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99%

Real MPG

33–59 mpg

MPGs submitted

30

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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'.
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