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- 49 Monthly Payments £360
- Total Price £18,530
- Customer Deposit £0
- Amount of Credit £18,530
- Apr 13.6%
- Term 49 months
- Total Amount Payable £25,578
- Fixed Rate of Interest 12.18%
- Annual Mileage 8,000
- Optional Final Payment £8,272
Why is the Fiat 500 so popular?
Fresh, exciting and a whole heap of fun, the Fiat 500 is a small city car which is built for good times. It's a definite style icon that is compact and practical for inner-city life, and a pleasure to drive on the open road.
Within the Fiat 500 range there is the 500 and 500C. The main difference between the 500 and 500C is the signature soft-top roof on the Fiat 500C making this very fashionable and stylish car perfect for the summer months when you was to let you hair blow in the wind. The Fiat 500C can be found in 3 trim levels Pop, Pop Star and Lounge.
The original Fiat 500 was first produced in 1957. The Newer version of the Fiat 500 that we all know and love was then reborn in 2007 and since then has had many upgrades and alterations. In 2016 the Fiat 500 that had a face lift which included upgrades such as a redesigned grille, daytime running headlights and the interior had revised controls.
Fiat 500 Features
The Fiat 500’s been around for over a decade in its current form – a tough show for any small car, let alone a niche, fashion-conscious model such as this. Tom Wiltshire takes the latest facelifted model for a drive, in drop-top convertible form.
What’s it like to drive?
Quick steering, a high-set seating position and tiny dimensions make it effortless to slot through traffic and round tight bends. Having the Convertible model just makes matters even more fun.
The more powerful models are decent fun on a back road, too. The steering is on the light side, but the tiny Fiat grips tenaciously and can make surprisingly rapid progress without a fuss.
How does it look?
Looks are undoubtedly a key selling point for Fiat 500 owners. The car’s cute proportions and retro styling details are appealing without being a total caricature, while it’s possible to customise the overall look in a virtually unlimited number of combinations.
Our car was in sporty ‘S’ trim, which attempts to beef the 500 up and make it slightly more masculine with dark metal detailing, chunky 16-inch alloy wheels and less chrome trim than Lounge or Mirror models.
Regardless of trim, the 500 looks perfectly at home in the city – especially a cosmopolitan European street peppered with coffee shops and fashion boutiques. It’s not that bad-looking in Sheffield, either.
To find out which Fiat would fit perfectly with your lifestyle, simply take a look at our range of quality used Fiats online or contact our teams. You can find out a little more about each model while you’re there. Or, nip down to one of our Motor Match dealership to speak to a member of the team.