The Fiat 500C Convertible has a number of customizable exterior features, including choice of three colors for the top, and fourteen options for paint. Wheels are all 15-inches, but there are four designs. Three are made of aluminum, and the high-end fourth is steel and includes hubcaps. A variety of graphics packages can be applied at an extra cost. When you add in the possibilities offered by twelve alternatives for interior upholstery multiplied by the trim levels, according to Fiat, there are at least half a million combinations.
The interior might not offer as much luxury as the mini-Cooper, but compared to others at similar prices, it stands up well to the competition. There are some hard surfaces, but they are higher quality than typical plastic, and they have a nicely textured look and feel. Front seats are mounted high to give those in the front seat some extra legroom. However, with the Fiat 500C Convertible, head room is strictly limited, which means tall drivers can expect to be brushing against the top.
The base Pop trim comes standard with keyless entry, heated mirrors, cruise control, a tilt steering wheel, power windows, mirrors, and door locks, and a six-speaker audio package that includes a CD player Voice activated Bluetooth comes standard in every version of the Fiat 500C Convertible, along with a leather-wrapped steering wheel that includes audio controls. Optional features include upgrades to the sound system, leather upholstery, a TomTom navigation system, heated front seats, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.