1991 Fiat Panda Sisley edition with 4WD system engineered at Steyr-Puch in Graz Austria. Steyr-Puch are well known for engineering and building the Mercedes Gwagen; VW Iltis and Vanagon Sycro; as well as the legendary Steyr-Puch Pinzgauer / Haflinger.
The Pandas 4×4 are capable off-road and also efficient & reliable. This one is straight and in pretty good condition. Flaws include worn drivers seat (fabric and internal suspension); 3rd and 4th gear syncros are weak; and could use general reconditioning (tires / tune).
Pandas are capable off-road and also efficient & reliable. More info from AWDWiki- Panda 4×4 – Part-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.
Though this one's sold, contact us if you're interested. We may be able to locate another one for you.