2018 FIAT 500 - Price, Photos, Reviews & Features

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2018 FIAT 500


City 28 MPG Hwy 33 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.7 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 4.7
Interior 4.7
Comfort 4.8
Performance 4.7
Reliability 4.5
Have had 2 of these. Both were exceptional cars

by Tim from 61821 | July 07, 2020

The 2 vehicles we have had. Were very comfortable and we always felt safe in the Fiat 500 knowing the safety that was in the vehicle

Fun To Drive

by SJBJ1992 from Southern IL. | February 09, 2020

Has more leg room than it looks like, very fun to drive, gets great fuel mileage, rides good, handles good, has a sporty look for a small car

Giggles and Stares

by FlacoinOhio from Lancaster Ohio | April 29, 2019

I love the style of this car. It is fun to drive. The turbo charger makes a huge difference when driving on the highway passing or merging into highway traffic. Gas mileage is horribly disappointing but I have only used 91 or 93 octane fuel. Average highway mileage is 32.4 miles per gallon. My 2017 non turbo Fiat 500 achieved 51 miles per gallon on the highway using the cruise control. I don’t like that uConnect does not show my telephone GPS through the screen when my phone is connected to the radio via cable. This car needs a CD player. Alpine speakers distort when playing music with bass even when the equalizer is set to zero bass. Privacy glass would be an awesome standard option at least in the back three windows. Tailgating drivers appear to enjoy seeing Fiat 500 drivers looking in their rear view mirrors to see how close the tailgating semi truck or pickup truck is to the back of their car. My car is white with the Urbana package, sweet look makes the car look fast, could be the reason for people tail gating me all the time.

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2018 FIAT 500 Overview

The 2018 FIAT 500 is a two-door, hardtop microcar that squeezes in seating for four passengers.

Three trims are available: Pop, Lounge, and Abarth.

Each trim of the 500 is powered by a turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine mated to either a five-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission. This year, the Pop and Lounge trims produce 135-hp, which is a 34-hp increase over last year’s model. The Abarth is tuned to produce 160-hp with the manual and 157-hp with the automatic. Fuel economy for 500 is an EPA-estimated 28/33 mpg city/highway for the manual version. The automatic version improves to a 24/32 mpg rating.