Today I gave a ride to a neighbor and I made some money, although the roads here are terrible. Giant potholes, dirt roads, several (tall) speed bumps, and the valetas
(I don't know if there's an English word for this). I also sold some adult artemias to a fishkeeper.
Well, it's a 2013 Fiat Mille Fire Economy. Manual transmission, without power steering, air conditioner... despite this, I love him (because I simply like to drive, so I think it funny to drive even a Ford F-1000
with manual transmission). The 1.0 engine with 66 hp fits well with its low weight, the visibility's wonderful and it's easy to park in our several Brazilian cities, with narrow streets, as in Europe (okay, our infrastructure is poor). His suspension is robust for terrible roads, as well as his engine for our poor fuel.
I know you may say that's an Uno. And it is, indeed ("Mille" is Italian for "one thousand"). It's a 1984 Uno with a FIRE engine, and rear suspension from 147 (Brazilian version for 127) because the rear suspension from the original Uno didn't resist the Brazilian roads.
His fuel economy is better with ethanol, then I use this usually. The ethanol sold here is E0, that is, without any gas added to the mixture. There's an extra small tank for adding gas on the engine day, in situations during cold days.
In the past, Brazil exported some Unos to Europe (including Italy).