That's always been a specialty of Fiat, the small and compact cars. One might wonder what one has for choices with a body for 4-5 seats, a transversely built-in drive and a not too large trunk. The Punto shows it, but not necessarily in front. And this even in the second edition, which is used by most manufacturers to consolidate. Just nothing to risk, it says in most cases. Not so with the Punto. Razor-sharp cut light strips well into the roof, without disturbing the loading width. In general this Fiat is one of the first cars with somewhat more pronounced concave surfaces. You can see the tail. Instead of to round like a normal side part in natural (that is convex) shape, the hatchback in the lower part turns exactly the other way around. The result is that sharp edge, which extends over the widest area of the headlamps to the rear sides. Somewhat foreign seem the engines. Is it the Italian displacement tax or the absolute will to save? The latter would be even welcome, but this corresponds to the choice of automatic transmission. Continuously variable transmission (good) combined with a torque converter (bad) are not quite up to date. So if one really is off little consumption, select the supposedly much weaker 1.25-liter. Look at the torque and particularly, at what speed it is achieved. Who the engine turns not over 3500 rpm will probably notice no difference. The diesel engine is worth once again only one for this vehicle category rare annual mileage. In summary one can say, that if the service is right, even this Punto will rise again probably the best-selling imported car. He presents itself as two-and four-door model with slight variations at the rear with no significant differences in the interior. Each customer can find the version that fits to him at moderate prices. If still does the processing its success is no more obstacles.