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Fiat Reviews

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More power, with a grand touring vibe.

Fiat's roadster hails from Hiroshima, but it doesn't subscribe to Mazda's low-power philosophy. It's truly its own car, but is it better than the MX-5?

Same Style, More Substance

Fiat has played around the edges of the US market since its return four years ago, but it has more ambitious plans for the 2016 500X. With this curvy crossover, Fiat hopes to capture to mainstream customers and grow the brand in America.

Losing A Pedal Doesn't Mean Sacrificing Thrills

Is a car with an automatic less fun the same car with a manual gearbox? Well, not if the vehicle in question is a Fiat 500C Abarth and its six-speed auto.

Expanding The Menu

The saying goes that man cannot live by bread alone, and neither can automakers live by selling one car alone. This holds especially true for automakers with a budding dealer network to support, like the Fiat brand, which returned to US shores in 2011 after a 28-year absence. The company's single car to sell at the time was the Fiat 500, a cute retro rebirth of the original, iconic Cinquecento, which your toddler now calls Luigi thanks to Pixar.

A Juice Box With Style And Substance

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2017 FIAT 124 Spider
MSRP: $24,995 - $28,195
2017 FIAT 500
MSRP: $14,995 - $19,995
2017 FIAT 500c
MSRP: $16,490 - $21,490

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2013 Fiat 500
$12,999 / 24,469 miles / CA
2014 Fiat 500L
$13,491 / 28,328 miles / CA
2012 Fiat 500
$8,995 / 63,469 miles / CA

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