Used Fiat Punto Evo cars for sale

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Fiat Punto Evo

1.2 8v MyLife 3dr (start/stop)

£3,995
2012(61)
£68.28 per month
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  • 58,793
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.2L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 GP 3dr

£2,795
2011(60)
 
 
  • 75,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 8v GP 5dr (start/stop)

 
£4,295
2010(60)
£75.12 per month
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  • 54,150
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 ACTIVE 3d 77 BHP 3-Door

 
£3,690
2010(60)
£61.32 per month
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  • 25,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 GP 3-Door

 
£3,695
2011(60)
£61.44 per month
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  • 61,116
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 Active 5-Door ALSO COMES WITH15 MONTHS WARRANTY

£2,995
2010(10)
 
 
  • 76,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 Active 3Dr Petrol Hatchback

£1,999
2010(60)
 
 
  • 50,616
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 8v GP Hatchback 3dr Petrol Manual (start/stop) (132 g/km, 77 bhp)

£3,799
2010(10)
£63.81 per month
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  • 43,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 Dynamic 5dr

£2,695
2010(10)
 
 
  • 85,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 Active 3-Door

 
£2,995
2010(10)
 
 
  • 38,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

GP 5-Door

£4,350
2010(60)
£76.37 per month
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  • 42,350
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 8v Dynamic Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (start/stop) (132 g/km, 77 bhp)

 
£3,995
2011(60)
 
 
  • 46,500
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

ACTIVE 3-Door

 
£3,434
2011(61)
£55.49 per month
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  • 53,348
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.2L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 Multiair 16V Sporting RARE PUNTO WITH LOW MILES! 3-Door

 
£4,500
2010(60)
£79.79 per month
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  • 36,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Fiat Punto Evo

1.4 MultiAir 16v Sporting 3dr (start/stop)

£2,995
2011(60)
 
 
  • 99,900
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Used Fiat Punto Evo

History lesson

The Punto Evo replaced the Grande Punto in 2010. On the outside it doesn't look all that different from the earlier car apart from a rather sleeker front end, but what Fiat did address was the interior which was the Grande Punto's weak point and feels far classier in the Evo.
Also new in the Evo was the MultiAir 1.4-litre petrol engine which delivers the power of something much bigger but offers good economy too. The MultiAir is available in normally aspirated 8-valve and 16-valve turbo versions delivering 105 and 135bhp respectively. A 1.3 MultiJet diesel is on offer too in 75 and 95bhp versions. There's a Dualogic automatic gearbox available with some engine and trim packages.
 
Bang for your buck
 
As with the Grande Punto there are plenty of trim options with Active, Dynamic, Easy, Eleganza, GBT, Lounge, Pop and Sporting. Add in three and five door bodies, Brio packs on some versions and an Abarth version and you're spoiled for choice when it comes to buying used. 
Entry-level Active models have ABS brakes, front and knee airbags, power steering, electric mirrors, electric front windows, CD/MP3 player with controls on the steering wheel and the Blue&Me system that provides Bluetooth and USB connectivity. Dynamic trim adds side airbags, air-conditioning and a leather steering wheel. Eleganza adds alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and cruise control. In spring 2011 the Eleganza versions were dropped and a MyLife trim level was introduced with alloy wheels front fog lights and sporty styling touches including smoked rear lights.
 
What you'll pay
 
An early 10 plate Active 1.4 3-door should just scrape under £5,500 with above average mileage, a 5-door will be a few hundred pounds more. An average mileage 61 plate Active 1.4 will be around £7,000 and you'll pay about that for a 60 plate 1.4 Dynamic with the Dualogic gearbox. At the top end a 12 plate 1.3 MultiJet diesel GP 5-door will be around £12,000.
 
What to check
 
The Grande Punto tended to suffer from niggling problems rather than major issues and the Evo should have ironed most of these out. Even so check that electrical items like sunroofs and windows work correctly and that the heater and air-con are okay. Mechanically there should be no major problems.
 
Parts
 
The earliest cars are only just coming out of warranty, but parts prices should be reasonable with consumables like air filters at £15, oil filters at £20 and spark plugs at £10. A front tyre for a 1.4 MultiAir will be around £120.
 
How it drives
 
Entry-level 1.4 cars can feel a bit slow though they can return almost 50mpg. Better to go for a 1.4 MultiAir, the 105bhp version gets to 62 in 10.8 seconds and can hold its own in fast motorway traffic. The 135bhp MultiAir turbo does the 0-62 sprint 2.5 seconds faster but can still manage around 50mpg. The MultiJet diesel isn't the fastest nor the quietest but it does offer good mid-range punch and can manage up to 68mpg if driven gently.
The front tyres can struggle for grip under hard acceleration but it generally feels nippy and fun to drive though the gear change has a rather rubbery action. The ride can feel a bit hard on bumpy surfaces especially in the sporty models on large alloys. All versions get a City button which lightens the steering at low speeds, this combined with good visibility makes the Punto Evo easy to drive around town and straightforward to park.
Inside the Fiat Punto Evo is a big step up from the Grande Punto with softer curves and better quality switches and surfaces. A shiny black stereo surround and deep set dials give it a sporty and stylish look. All models have electric windows and steering wheel audio controls. There's plenty of adjustment for the seat and steering so you should be able to find a comfortable driving position. Sound proofing is better too so it's civilised on the motorway.
 
The used Punto Evo builds on the strengths of its predecessor with trusted mechanicals and a good balance of performance and economy. It adds a much classier interior and better refinement which – especially combined with the MultiAir engines – makes for an attractive package.

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