Fiat Panda 4x4

04/05/2018 - returning to auction in Japan
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Fiat Panda with 4WD system designed and engineered at Steyr-Puch in Austria. Well known for engineering and building the Mercedes Gwagen; VW Iltis and the VW Vanagon Sycro as well as the legendary Pinzgauer. As well as specialized 4WD systems for many other interesting vehicles.

Pandas are capable off-road and also efficient & reliable. This one is straight and in pretty average condition. Interesting and fun vehicle for a fair price.

More info from AWDWiki- Panda 4×4Part-time all wheel drive. Rear axle engaged manually by the driver using the lever located between the seat.

The Panda 4×4 was launched in June 1983, it was powered by a 965 cc engine with 48 bhp (36 kW) derived from that in the Autobianchi A112. Known simply as the Panda 4×4, this model was the first small, transverse-engined production car to have a 4WD system. The system itself was manually selectable, with an ultra-low first gear. Under normal (on-road) conditions starting was from second, with the fifth gear having the same ratio as fourth in the normal Panda. Austrian company Steyr-Puch supplied the entire drivetrain (clutch, gearbox, power take-off, three-piece propshaft, rear axle including differential and brakes) to the plant at Termini Imerese where it was fitted to the reinforced bodyshell.

Figure: fiat panda 4×4


Figure: fiat panda 4×4 rear axle


Figure: fiat panda 4×4 gearbox and power transfer to the rear axle


Figure: fiat panda 4×4 inclinometer


Figure: fiat panda 4×4 logo


Though this one's sold, contact us if you're interested. We may be able to locate another one for you.

Year: 1997
Make: Fiat
Model: Panda 4x4
Body Style: Hatchback
Mileage: 92000
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Drivetrain: 4X4
Engine: 1 liter
Exterior Color: Silver
Interior Color: Grey
Shipment: Incoming
VIN Number: ZFA141A0001324033

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