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2017 FIAT 500c is no longer being sold as new.

2017 FIAT 500c


City 28 - 31 MPG Hwy 33 - 38 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.2 (out of 5)
Value 4.4
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.6
Comfort 4.2
Performance 4.2
Reliability 4.4
Great runabout with more style and personality

by Fiat fanatic69 from Theodore , al | January 03, 2020

We have owned four Fiats since 2012... used and abused... more style and character than anything in its price range... just be used to Italian car ergonomic quirks..

Most fun to drive car, super gas mileage

by Cindy from Fort Mill, SC | September 18, 2019

Love this cute little car. Sure is easy to get in small spaces. You get super gas mileage, don't have to fill up as much.

Enjoy my little Abarth Turbo Convertible

by FranzKarate from Auburn, IN | December 01, 2017

This is my 3rd Fiat that I have owned but my first Abarth. It is by far nicer than any of the previous 500 models I have had. The seats are comfortable enough for long drives yet firm enough for sport driving as well. The turbo performs decently but has a little lag in it however when you press the sport button the car comes alive with quick sprints and some awesome feedback in the exhaust when slowing down. The exterior is very nicely styled and turns heads where ever I drive it, especially when the top is down. Over MPG should be better but I am getting around 30 mpg, that is about 9 mpg less than my non-turbo I traded in for this one.

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2017 FIAT 500c Overview

The Fiat 500c has a cloth top with various retraction settings, from a sunroof-like ceiling opening to a completely stowed accordion — rear window and all — perched over the trunk. The roof retracts with the touch of a button at speeds up to 60 mph, but unlike in most convertibles, it doesn't take the side-pillar structure with it. That makes for more of a panoramic moonroof effect than a true droptop experience.

What's Special

Here's Info on the Regular 500:
The two-door, four-seat Fiat 500 competes with subcompact cars like the Mini Cooper and Smart ForTwo. A cabrio version, dubbed 500c, is available, and buyers can also opt for a high-performance Abarth model or, in select states, the fully electric 500e. All versions have front-wheel drive.

New for 2017
Fiat has simplified the lineup to three trim levels: Pop, Lounge and Abarth.

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