The range of the oldest Fiat 500 it is updated to coincide with the new year to try to achieve a better value for money. New levels of completion and enriches the endowment although it still has an excessively limited mechanical supply.
Users interested in the 500 conventional may only choose in the Spanish market the 1.0 GSE Hybrid engine with 71 hp of power in combination with the manual gearbox with six speeds. The veteran 1.2 FIRE with 69 CV associated with the robotized box is no longer being marketed.
Completion levels from now on They are called Cult, Connect, Dolcevita and Sport. The former already comes standard with air conditioning, trip computer, DAB radio, USB port, speed limiter, hill start assist, electric mirrors, LED daytime running lights, ISOFIX anchors, one-piece folding rear seat, etc.
The Connect finish adds the 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, bluetooth, six speakers, cruise control, side skirts, 15-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, leather steering wheel and gear knob, chrome details, etc.
The Dolcevita finish adds the fixed panoramic roof, automatic climate control, specific floor mats, folding rear seat in parts, over-tinted windows, mirrors painted in contrast, exclusive upholstery, decorative detail on door sill, rear parking sensor, etc.
Finally the Sport finish adds a firmer suspension, 16-inch alloy wheels, TFT digital instrumentation, exterior body kit with specific bumpers, details in glossy black, mixed upholstery with the 500 logo in red, Sport logo on the fins, etc.
The recommended prices without including discounts are the following:
|1.0 GSE 71 CV HYBRID 3P||16,000||17,250||17,950||19,000|
|1.0 GSE 71 CV HYBRID CABRIO||19,000||20,250||20,950||22,000|