Fiat Fiorino Review 2024

Fiat Fiorino At A Glance


+Surprisingly good performance from small diesel, good quality interior, less than four metres long so easy to slot into small spaces and ideal for town.

-Not really suited to longer journeys, noisy at higher speeds, cramped cabin for taller drivers.

The Fiat Fiorino may be based on the Italian company’s Punto hatch, but the Fiorino offers a much larger and more practical van. It’s built in Turkey alongside the Citroen Nemo and Peugeot Bipper, and like those models the Fiorino offers a great balance of load space and compact exterior dimensions.

There’s enough space in the back to fit a Euro pallet between the load bay’s wheelarches with some space to spare. It can also be ordered with one or two sliding side doors to further add to its practical nature.

The pert size of the Fiorino helps make it an ideal van for town use, aided by a tight turning circle to help squeeze it into those awkward spaces with ease. At less than four metres in length, no wonder the Fiorino is a great city dweller.

There are also perky diesel engines that make it fun to drive and give it good performance, though the Fiat can get a little noisy on the motorway with wind and road noise. An Adventure model offers some limited additional off-road ability, while the Combi has additional seating for three more passengers on a rear bench seat.

Ask Honest John

Is there a small van that's suitable for tall drivers?

"Are there any small vans that have sufficient driver space for someone 6'8" tall?"
The Citroen Nemo/Peugeot Bipper/Fiat Fiorino will all accommodate a tall driver. If you need something larger then I would suggest the Ford Transit Connect or Vauxhall Combo.
Answered by Dan Powell
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