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Prices for new Fiat Qubo revealed

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Fiat’s updated Qubo mini-MPV is now available to order in the UK with prices starting from £11,695.

There is a host of new exterior features, including a new grille, which Fiat describes as “smiling”, a chunkier front bumper and high-mounted headlights. The off-road-inspired Trekking models also benefit from a new skid plate, side body mouldings and mud-and-snow tyres.

At the rear, the tailgate has been redesigned to become straighter and flatter, while two new paint colours have been introduced: Magnetic Blue and Azure Blue.

The interior has been refreshed too, with a new steering wheel and instrumentation, as well as a range of new infotainment options, which includes the five-inch Uconnect colour touchscreen.

Three trim levels are available, with the entry-level Pop model sitting below the £12,695 Lounge and the range-topping Trekking, which comes in at £15,695.

Pop variants are only available with one engine – the 76bhp 1.4-litre petrol – while standard kit includes electric front windows, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and electrically adjusted door mirrors.

Upgrading to the Lounge trim not only opens up the option of the 79bhp 1.3-litre diesel engine and an automatic gearbox, but it also provides the five-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth connectivity and 16-inch alloy wheels.

The more capable-looking Trekking models, though, come with an even more powerful 94bhp diesel engine as standard, as well as tinted windows, rear parking sensors and cruise control.

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