Used Fiat Qubo Cars For Sale
Known as the passenger version of the commercial Fiat Fiorino, the Fiat Qubo was launched in 2008 and was a popular vehicle for many years for its practical design and efficient engine, but is no longer being produced. Therefore, they have become highly sought-after vehicles. Lucky for you, we have a number of reliable dealers with Qubos for sale. Check them out here!
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How Much Is a Fiat Qubo?
Fiat Qubos are relatively affordable. You can expect to pay up to £10,000 for a two-year-old model, whereas an eight-year-old Qubo could fetch £5,500 depending on mileage and condition. Older versions are available from as little as a few thousands pounds.
What Insurance Group is the Fiat Qubo in?
As with most of the Fiat range, the insurance group and premiums will depend on the model you purchase. In general, a Qubo can be placed anywhere between group 3 and 9. The Pop is in insurance group 3, the Dynamic in 3, 6 or 8 depending on engine type, Active is in 2, 5 or 7, Trekking 6, 7 or 9, MyLife in 3, 6 or 8, and finally the lounge can be found in insurance groups 4 or 6.
What's the Fiat Qubo's Max Speed?
A Fiat Qubo 1248cc Multijet turbodiesel’s top speed is 97mph or 156km/h doing 0 to 62mph in 16.5seconds. Other vehicles in the range are speedier though, with a top speed of 106mph or 171km/h and 0 to 62mph in 12.2seconds.
What is the Fiat Punto Qubo's Engine Size?
Qubos are commonly available with 1.3 Multijet diesel or 1.4 petrol engines, both providing good fuel economy and low CO2 emissions. Road tax and servicing is relatively affordable too, but we would recommend the diesel version if you will be taking a lot of long journeys or carrying heavy loads.