Received top safety scores from the Insurance Institute for Highway safety.
Impressive braking abilities.
Charming exterior styling.
Choice of hatchback and convertible.
Three engine variations, with the Abarth model offering impressive acceleration.
Manual and automatic transmissions available.
Generous legroom in front seats.
Attractive cabin with retro styling and plenty of detail.
Surprising cargo space in hatchback.
Available in 15 fantastic colors.
Impressive audio systems, including the base model.
Responsive handling and accurate steering.
Turbocharged engines provide plenty of passing power.
Holds composure on highway.
Base engine is one of the slowest on the market.
Backseat is nearly nonexistent.
Outward visibility is compromised in convertible models.
Tall drivers will struggle with the low roof, especially when equipped with a sunroof.
Fuel economy is good but does not compete with others in this segment.
16-inch alloy wheels not available to be added to the Pop model, and 17-inch ones are only available on Abarth.
Rearview camera is not available, which could come in handy in the convertible.
A lot of hard surfaces in cabin.