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Fiat Hatchback Review

The hatchback version of the Fiat 500 comes in many different trims and variations. Trims for the vehicle include: the Pop, Sport, and Lounge trims. There are also specially-designed Abarth, 500 by Gucci, and 500 Pink Ribbon variants available. The standard hatchback ranges in starting price from $15,500-$19,500. The Abarth version has a starting price of $22,200, while the 500 Gucci has a starting price of $23,500 and the 500 Pink Ribbon starts at only $22,000 and benefits breast cancer awar... (full review continues below)

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Fiat Hatchbacks

Fiat 500

Fiat 500
Year
2013
MSRP
$16,100
Fuel Economy
31 City / 40 Highway
Engine
1.4L I4
Seats
4
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Fiat Hatchback Reviews

The hatchback version of the Fiat 500 comes in many different trims and variations. Trims for the vehicle include: the Pop, Sport, and Lounge trims. There are also specially-designed Abarth, 500 by Gucci, and 500 Pink Ribbon variants available. The standard hatchback ranges in starting price from $15,500-$19,500. The Abarth version has a starting price of $22,200, while the 500 Gucci has a starting price of $23,500 and the 500 Pink Ribbon starts at only $22,000 and benefits breast cancer awareness. The Fiat 500 certainly has the potential to be the next "small" thing with its reference to the original Fiat 500 (or Ciquencento, in Italian), which had an original fun of eighteen years. And, now that Chrysler manages the brand, there is even more potential as it incorporates unique and collaborative ideas.

We've already mentioned that the Fiat 500 hatchback is bigger than the MINI Cooper, but here are the specs: the 500 is six inches shorter overall and two inches more narrow, but with a four inch height advantage, it also has a higher seating position that creates greater legroom in the cabin and better visibility for the driver. The 500 has one engine offering, a 1.4L, four-cylinder that produces 101 and works in tandem with a 5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. Though this really isn't a ton of power, the Fiat 500 makes up for this lack with its enthusiastic engine and great fuel economy ratings, 30 mpg in the city and an amazing 38 mpg on the highway, to be specific.

The 500 hatchback comes equipped with fantastic features, including a snappy, two-toned color scheme inside the cabin, small, neat designs, a Blue & Me system that works with the driver's iPod, side/curtain airbags, Bluetooth capability, an automatic or manual transmission, and stability and traction control. Optional features include an optional MP3 player and Satellite radio, as well as an optional navigation system on the Sport trim. The Lounge trim comes with Satellite radio as standard. The Fiat 500 is the second-smallest car in America, after the Smart Fortwo.