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2013 FIAT 500

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EPA Fuel Economy:
City: 27 – 31   Highway: 34 – 40
Available Engines:
101-hp, 1.4-liter I-4 (premium)
160-hp, 1.4-liter I-4 (premium)
135-hp, 1.4-liter I-4 (premium)
Available Transmissions: 5-speed manual w/OD
6-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual

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 What We Like

 What We Don't

New 500 Turbo version
Regular 500 and high-performance Abarth also available
Newly available Beats audio
Two-door hatchback or 500c (convertible)
Improved gas mileage on regular 500
Many standard features
City-friendly turning circle (excluding Abarth)
Gas mileage with manual transmission
Acceleration in Turbo, Abarth
Highway ride
Body roll
Front-seat comfort
Backseat and cargo room

Vehicle Summary

Ever since June 2009, when Fiat took a controlling stake in Chrysler, it's been all but certain the Italian automaker would bring a version of its 500 to the U.S. It finally arrived for 2012. Closer in length to the Mini Cooper than the Scion iQ or Smart ForTwo, the four-seat 500 competes with all three minicars. A cabrio version, dubbed 500c, is available, and buyers can also opt for a high-performance Abarth version.

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2dr Hatchback Pop


2dr Hatchback Sport


2dr Hatchback Lounge


2dr Hatchback Turbo


2dr Hatchback Abarth


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