Fiat Punto Jet Black

The Fiat Punto Jet Black gets a new paint job and huge spec sheet. Available now from £12,000

Fiat Punto Jet Black

Fiat has released a limited edition version of its Punto supermini, called the Jet Black. Limited to 300 units, the Jet Black comes only in, you guessed it, black - with a pair of flat black stripes across its body too. The black theme continues with its 17-inch smoked wheels and tinted rear side windows.

Available only as a 3-door and with the frugal 1.4 8v 77hp petrol engine, the Punto Jet Black is an attempt to appeal on a younger audience, offering lots of kit as well. Leather upholstery for the steering and gear knob, sports suspension, automatic climate control, Start-Stop, voice-controlled multimedia system, rear parking sensors, adaptive cornering fog lights and five airbags all come as standard.

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The Fiat Punto Jet Black is priced at £12,000 and current finance deals mean there is the potential to get one from £99 per month.

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