THE Fiat 500 and 500C. Iconic Italian city cars. In 2020, the four model range comes with a refreshed look and feel, and enhanced comfort. Available in standard or cabriolet (500C) form, it will come in Lounge or Club specification.
Both variants (whether you choose standard or cabriolet), are powered by a capable 1.2-litre power train, producing a total of 51kW and 102Nm. The 500 Lounge is available with a manual or dualogic transmission.
The 500C Lounge convertible, and both range-topping Club variants, feature the dualogic transmission. There’s even a new paint colour, Powder Pink, available exclusively on the Club variant.
The range opens with the Lounge, which comes with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 15-inch alloy wheels, daytime running lights with LED technology and a 7-inch TFT instrument cluster.
There’s also integrated voice control, a leather wrapped steering wheel, power adjustable heated exterior mirrors, tyre pressure monitoring, split rear seat (50/50), speed limiter, rear parking sensors, cruise control and chrome exterior window details.
That’s a lot of kit. Step up to the Club and you’ll be adding 16-inch alloy wheels a fixed glass roof with sun blind, DAB+ radio, fog lights, chrome front grille surround, premium seat upholstery, a chrome rear bumper insert and chrome sill plates.
You’ll also get automatic headlamps and rain sensing wipers, and automatic climate control. The Club offers two different interior options as well.
You can choose from black fabric seats with white inserts and Bordeaux stitching, or white fabric seats with black inserts and white stitching. A leather interior can be optioned. The updated Fiat 500 is on sale now from $19,250 plus on-roads.
The Italian brand also sells the Fiat 500X, commercial vans including the Fiat Ducato and Doblo, and a range of motor homes.