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The Fiat 500 is an icon in every way. Its design harks back to that of the original model from the 1950s. Built as a supermini, the Fiat 500 is a tiny little car with a length of 3,546mm. The Fiat 500 is extremely popular in some European nations owing to its compact dimensions that make it easy to maneuver around in tight urban environs. Its nimble drive dynamics and compact dimensions. But one of the core factors that also makes the Fiat 500 as popular as it is, is its styling that gives it a rather cute appearance. The original design of the car has been blended beautifully with modern design cues that has made it an instant hit with its customer base.
Interiors of the Fiat 500 are also styled to be as chic as its exteriors with a colour contrast trim strip running across the centre of the dashboard. The Fiat 500 comes with a load of options available in various trim levels. The basic model comes loaded with standard features such as manual air conditioning, power windows, fog lamps, heated ORVMs, manually adjustable seats and steering, stereo, etc. Higher end trims get additional equipment such as climate control, memory seats, different upholstery, etc.
The compact nature of the Fiat 500 is very evident inside the cabin of the hatchback. The rear seats offer little in terms of leg room and is suitable only for small children. While fit and finish inside is acceptable, the car can do with better quality switch gear and trim materials.
Internationally, the Fiat 500 is offered with a wide variety of engines from a 875cc, twin cylinder petrol engine to a 1.4 litre, four cylinder turbocharged petrol unit. The car also comes with the option of Fiat’s famed 1.3 litre MultiJet diesel engine.
The Fiat 500 comes with a funky design layout for its cabin. In sync with the car's compact dimensions, the rear seat is best suited for children.
Funky design. Plenty of options
Build quality and trim material quality should be improved.
The Fiat 500 has a very unique profile. Fiat has done a great job of blending design elements from the original 500 along with modern design cues to create a contemporary design with heritage.
Compact dimensions. Cute design.
The Fiat 500 is offered with a range of petrol engines and the company's famed 1.3 litre MultiJet diesel engine internationally. All engines offer good driveability and performance.
The Fiat 500 has low maintenance costs owing to its simple and reliable mechanicals.
Low running costs
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Composed road manners and strong brakes make the 500 fun to drive.
Planted ride, comfortable suspension setup
Steering feedback could be better
The Fiat 500 comes with McPherson Strut front suspension with an independent setup and a torsion beam rear setup. The 500 offers good ride comfort.
The motorcycle will cost around Rs 84 lakh Every motorcycle enthusiast who has witnessed the “Golden Era” of 500cc Grand Prix racing in the 80s – 90s – early 2000s, wants to relive those moments. But due to the stringent environmental norms, it seems that the 2-stroke engine technology has been discarded by the auto industry. However, a Swiss raci...
The 13th Auto Expo served as a perfect platform for the manufacturers to showcase what future holds in the automobile ecosystem and some of them are more than promising. Here is a collective list of all the concepts shown at the Auto Expo that caught our eyes and are promising enough to make it to the production line in future. These concepts serv...
FIAT India recently showcased the Abarth 500 at the Auto Expo held in the month of February. The 12th Edition of the Auto Expo saw the sporty FIAT with classic looks being displayed in India. For a very long time many people had expressed their desire to own the Abarth 500 in the country and now it seems like FIAT will launch their model in the cou...
Pros great look
Cons interiors good
overall fantastic car , but dont u think price is not competitive
6 of 12 users found this review helpful.
Cons price tag
Who the HELL is going to buy a matchbox for the price of an Accord?????? I'd rather buy a car that looks like one.
5 of 5 users found this review helpful.
Pros everything it has is itself enough
Cons nothing for an imported car like this one
everyone out here talking rubbish are an ass........... when you are buying a lifestyle product no one sees performance,efficiency.......moreover this much small size and that too low weight...this is a marvelous beast......i myself owe one and am proud of the feeling which i undergo when i drive through the streets of delhi and people look at me like i am someone special...and i am special cause i have this "cinquecento"....and about the power its very nice it can compete a midsize sedan in a drag very well.........cause its light weight,peppy,and with its dual drive feature which enables you to switch your steering b/w normal power steering and the other feather feel which is as light as a feather for the city driving.......its perfect and i dont mind paying 1500000 for this eternal love....
4 of 8 users found this review helpful.
Pros Designer small car
Cons Very very very very expensive
In UK, this car is selling for £8,000, which is 6 Lakhs Rupees. Poor Indians are looted by their own government and Fiat company by selling this car with 300% duty on it. Move on.. Buy Indica Vista or anything else but this lovely car. Don't support evil Indian government.
2 of 3 users found this review helpful.
Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Interiors,Comfort,
Cons Average Fuel Efficiency,
i like this car fiat 500l looking so good i like 500l car i want buy this car when company launch 500L
14 of 15 users found this review helpful.
Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Interiors,Comfort,
Good car. I saw pics and i like it very much. The interiors look great but the design is simply superb. No match for this car in India. But i went to dealer and dealer says only punto and linea is available and company is not telling about the launch of this car. So Can you please tell me when it will come to India.
1 of 2 users found this review helpful.
Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Fuel Efficiency,Comfort,
Cons Average Interiors,The Interiors must have been much better. The seats should offer better like in Honda cars
Fiat is the one brand which is been an underdog in India. Any fiat car is good in fit , finish, style, technology and durability. The most important fact is the safety it offers. None of the cars in the same price level will offer the same safety, which is more important in a crowded place like India. Some how the Company is not so bullish. They have to come with newer models especially with cross overs, MUV's and must launch Jeep Cherokee in the Indian Market. Fiat can take the customers with them with proper service which they must focus, else all new launch's will remain futile. The year 2016 media says Fiat is Launching new sedans, Fiat 500 based MUV and Jeep Cherokee. I opines they must expand to all cities in India with good channel partners. One of the major improvement areas, is the poor salesman ships of fiat dealers. They do not know how to do a need based selling or even convincing the customers about the safety the product offers. They hardly makes followups, which is pathetic on the part of any sales person. This all results in poor resale value of the cars. Any vehicle for that matter will have decent resale value, only they are in more numbers on the road. Apart all the new models fiat must come out with automatic CVT variant, which is the need of the hour.
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