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2019 Fiat 500 Pop, Lounge, and Abarth Trim Level Comparison
The upcoming 2019 Fiat 500 will come with 3 available trim levels. Those are the 2019 Fiat 500 Pop, the 2019 Fiat 500 Lounge, and the 2019 Fiat 500 Abarth performance trim. What are the differences between these trim levels in terms of specs, features, and style? We’ll explore and discover the answers by comparing all of the 2019 Fiat 500 trims.
2018 Fiat 500, 500X, 500L, and 500e Model Comparison
The standard vehicle of the Fiat catalog is the Fiat 500, currently in its 2018 model. However, it’s clear to see that, much like the Volkswagen Golf and its family of vehicles, the Fiat 500 functions as a template for other Fiat model evolutions. There’s the original Fiat 500 compact hatch, the Fiat 500X compact crossover, the Fiat 500L SUV, and the Fiat 500e electric compact.
2018 Fiat 500 Cabin Features
Need a high-quality subcompact vehicle that delivers stellar performance and economy while also being innovative inside? We’ve got just the model for you; we’d like to introduce you to the Fiat 500, a true champion of the subcompact hatchback market. One look at its available cabin features and we’re sure you’ll be awestruck by just how much you’ll be in line for, for just under $16,250. Check it out with Palmen Fiat today! (more…)
2018 Fiat 500 Recommended Tire Pressure
It’s usually not something people think about until the warning light pops up on the driver information display of their new Fiat 500, but your tire pressure is an important thing to routinely keep an eye on since, well, we don’t need to tell you how important your tires are to your 2018 Fiat 500. But keeping an eye on your tire pressure can seem like a daunting task if you don’t know where to look and what to look for. Don’t worry, though, as we’re here to make things easy for you as we go over where you can find the recommended tire pressure settings for your 2018 Fiat 500. (more…)
2018 Fiat 500 Technology Features
A timeless icon for more than 60 years, the Fiat 500 is loved by drivers in more than 110 countries for its beautiful Italian styling, smart functionality, innovative technology, and efficient design. For 2018, all Fiat 500 models come standard with turbocharged engines and several new standard features, including 16” aluminum alloy wheels, performance suspension, a performance braking system, fog lamps, a sport spoiler, and more. Continue reading to learn more about the 2018 Fiat 500 technology features.
2017 Fiat 500 Trim Levels
The Fiat 500 is an iconic compact city car that provides drivers with a sporty, responsive ride. The Fiat 500 has a comfortable interior and plenty of technology and safety amenities available to keep passengers relaxed and entertained. Let’s check out the different trim levels available on the Fiat 500! (more…)
2018 Fiat 500 Walk-Through
The 2018 Fiat 500 has received updates to its interior and exterior for the 2018 model year. The new Fiat 500 has more power and style outside, and additional amenities inside to enhance comfort and convenience. Check out this video walking you through the new Fiat 500! (more…)
2018 Fiat 500 models add turbo option to lineup
2018 Fiat 500 models will all come standard with an exciting new feature: a turbocharged engine! Fiat announced recently that new 500 models will come equipped with a standard MultiAir Turbocharged engine and more efficiency than ever before. Let’s check out the new Fiat 500! (more…)
If you’re looking to refresh your daily drive then you probably have the Fiat 500 or 500L on your list. These sophisticated models have everything you need for a rewarding drive and are packed full of personality and power. Not only are the two models different in size, both also have very unique features and capabilities. Here’s a closer look at how the two compare. (more…)
2017 Fiat model comparisons
Anyone not familiar with the Fiat brand might think there is only one model out there. Fiat models have a very distinctive Italian heritage and they are styled similar to keep that heritage prominent, but there are actually 4 different Fiat models! Let’s take a closer look at them here! (more…)