Used Fiat 500 cars for sale

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Our stock of used Fiat 500 come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

The Fiat 500 is the Italian answer to the Mini… or perhaps that should be the other way round given the 500 actually came first in 1957! The latest generation was launched 50 years later in 2007 and enjoys one of the longest production runs in modern car making.

The many secrets of the new Fiat 500’s success include its adorable design, perky driving dynamics and affordable running costs. Helpful dealers spread throughout the country make it an easy little car to run too.

There’s a huge range to choose from, whether that’s frugal petrols, fuel-miser diesels, tyre-smoking hot hatches and even a convertible version. More recently, the existing Fiat 500 range has been joined by an all-new electric model with a modernised design.

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Engines

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to Fiat 500 engines. The petrol range starts with the super-frugal 0.9-litre TwinAir turbo with two power outputs (a 1.0-litre non-turbo TwinAir model is also available), and all TwinAir models are unique in having only two cylinders for maximum efficiency. There are also 1.2-litre and 1.4-litre non-turbo four-cylinder engines. A Dualogic automatic gearbox is available. Abarth hot hatches get the 1.4-litre turbo, a little engine that packs a big punch and sounds like something twice the size!

Fiat has recently added mild-hybrid technology to the 1.0-litre engine to boost efficiency (look for MHEV or FireFly branding), and also introduced the all-new pure electric model.

Bodystyles

The Fiat 500 is available as a three-door hatchback and also as a 500C convertible model. The soft-top differs from most convertible models, though, because the convertible roof is more like a fabric sunroof that includes all the roof and rear window area. It peels back to leave the side windows and roof rails in place when the roof is fully open. The hatchback is also replaced by a smaller boot opening that hinges below the rear window area rather than at roof level. But the 500C is a clever and cost-effective way to enjoy some fresh air!

Larger five-door bodystyles are offered with the 500X and 500L, both of which are dealt with in separate sections.

Trim Levels

Fiat has played around with the 500’s trim levels throughout its life – the best advice is to look at the equipment spec of each car offered for sale to avoid confusion. But to give you an idea, a few years ago the line-up was Pop, Lounge, Sport, Star, Rockstar and the limited-edition Dolcevita, with Pop starting with 14-inch steel wheels, and Lounge introducing 15-inch alloys and a few extra tech features (see below for more details). More recently the trim line-up has been tweaked to Sport, Hey Google, Dolcevita, Connect and Cult, with 16-inch alloy wheels the minimum. It all depends on which model year you’re looking at.

Technology

When the range started with Pop, you needed at least Lounge specification to get a seven-inch toushcreen with Bluetooth, DAB radio and Android Auto/Apple CarPlay. When the range was re-jigged to kick off with Sport, technology got a welcome boost at the same time. The touchscreen became standard across the range, as did a 7-inch TFT instrument cluster, and cruise control is also standard. Step up to Hey Google and you get voice control with Google Assistant.

Browse our great choice to find your perfect nearly new Fiat 500, all available at unbeatable prices!