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How much does an MOT cost for a Fiat?

Ellie Dyer-Brown, 1 year ago

3 min read

  • Advice
  • MOT
  • cost
  • Fiat
Fiat 500

WhoCanFixMyCar explains how much a Fiat MOT costs, including the average price across different models.

Fiat is best known for making small cars like the 500 that are perfect for city driving and also great fun. Many of its models have a quirky, unique design that embodies the spirit of the brand. 

If you’ve made the decision to purchase a Fiat - or if you already have one - it’s helpful to know how the maintenance costs of different models compare. In this guide, we’re focusing specifically on MOT prices across six different Fiat models.


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Fiat MOT prices across different models

Across all Fiat models, the average cost of an MOT is £40.56. Below, we’ve included a table so you can see how much the price fluctuates from one car to another.

ModelAverage Price
Fiat 500£40.80
Fiat Panda£39.83
Fiat Punto£41.20
Fiat 500C£41.90
Fiat 500X£40.47
Fiat Tipo£39.17

Which is the cheapest Fiat model for an MOT?

The Fiat Tipo is the cheapest model for an MOT, costing £39.17. The Tipo is a spacious five-door hatchback competing with the likes of the Peugeot 308 and Volkswagen Golf. Reviews suggest that it doesn’t hold its value as well as its competitors do, but nevertheless it’s good to know that this affordable car is also pretty cheap to MOT.

After the Tipo, the Panda (pictured below) is the second cheapest model at £39.83. This car is a city-sized five-door hatchback that can come as a 4x4 with great off-roading capabilities or a regular city car.

Fiat Panda

Which is the most expensive Fiat model for an MOT?

In last place for affordability is the Fiat 500C which costs £41.90 to MOT. The 500C is a convertible version of the iconic 500 model. It’s a stylish and fun car with eye-catching colour schemes and a lot of character. The main downside to the Fiat 500 and 500C is that they both offer very little space.

The second most expensive Fiat model for an MOT is the Punto, which costs £41.20. The Punto is a supermini that was first introduced in 1993 and remained in production until 2018. It’s a popular second hand car for many young drivers, though most people will agree that it fails to compete effectively with its main rival the Ford Fiesta.

Do you know when your MOT is due? If not, you can use our free MOT checker to find out and set a handy reminder.

For more information about what's checked in an MOT, click here.

Or, if you're ready to book your next MOT test, you can compare prices from reliable local mechanics using WhoCanFixMyCar.