fiat 500

2015 Fiat 500 Pop review

About the car

The Fiat 500 offers a stylish finish and classy drive for anyone interested in a compact and cleverly designed city car. Any young professional or small family making regular road trips would do well to opt for this dynamic model – which smartly finds room for four seats, despite a space-conscious design more commonly associated with two-seater vehicles. Both hatchback and convertible options are available, while the exterior and interior alike have been upgraded from previous editions. A sleek frame also makes for an elegant image on the road.

<h3>The Inbuilt Tech</h3> <p>The Fiat 500 is equipped with the latest technology to cater for the modern driver. This includes the likes of:</p> <ul> <li>A Uconnect Radio</li> <li>An Audio Hi-Fi system</li> <li>A 7” HD touchscreen</li> <li>A TomTom 3D satnav</li> </ul> <p>The 500 also utilises eco:Drive technology – with the dual benefit of helping to reduce CO2 emissions, and passing feedback on your driving performance. In an age where conserving the environment is at an all-time high, the 500 does its bit to leave an eco-friendly footprint.</p> <h3>The Nitty Gritty</h3> <p>There’s significant variety across the Fiat 500 range – gifting drivers the opportunity to find the perfect model to fit their driving style and budget restrictions.</p> <p><b>Power</b> – 68-105 bph</p> <p><b>0-60mph</b> – 9.7-12.6 seconds</p> <p><b>Fuel Economy</b> – 44-83 mpg</p> <p><b>Insurance Group</b> – 5-15</p> <p><b>Road Tax</b> – £0-£150</p> <p>The 500’s versatility makes it one of the must-have vehicles on the road. A diverse range of engine specifications add to this, with the following options available:</p> <ul> <li>Petrol 1.2 69HP</li> <li>Petrol 1.2 69HP Dualogic</li> <li>Petrol 1.2 69HP Eco</li> <li>Petrol 0.9 TwinAir 85HP</li> <li>Petrol 0.9 TwinAir 85HP Dualogic</li> <li>Petrol 0.9 TwinAir 105HP</li> <li>Diesel 1.3 Multijet 95HP</li> </ul> <p>Top speeds range from 117-99mph, with CO2 emissions starting at 88g/km and rising to 110g/km.</p> <h3>Final Thoughts</h3> <p>All models of the Fiat 500 receive widespread praise, including world-famous petrol head, Jeremy Clarkson. Discover what he had to say about the 2015 edition when he tested the vehicle for</p> <p>Fiat are celebrating sixty years of circulation in 2017, and it’s not hard to see why with fantastic models such as the 500 providing an enjoyable driving experience for road users of all ages. Perfect for anyone looking for a comfortable and refined drive in urban settings, this offering from Fiat is without question a car worth investing in for a reliable, efficient and safe motoring experience.</p></p>

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