Fiat remains the only carmaker to squeeze a full-time four-wheel drive system into a supermini. As well having four-wheel-drive, the Panda gets 47mm extra ground clearance over the standard Panda, plus chunkier bumpers, making it look like a baby Land Rover. However, it still retains the standard Panda's compact size, making it easier to live with and use in town than a full-size off-roader. There's a choice of petrol or diesel engines and, if you like the off-road looks but need to keep costs in check, there's a front-wheel-drive model called the Panda Trekking that's cheaper both to buy and run. The Panda Trekking sits above the regular Panda range, with the Panda 4x4 higher still, so prices for these models are steeper than the rest of the range. However, the list of standard equipment is also improved over the standard car to reflect this.