Our first five minutes behind the wheel of the 2012 Fiat 500 shouted that it was solid, substantial and sporty. The rest of the day simply demonstrated the amplitude of these characteristics.
Another month, another nationality insulted by the Top Gear presenters. This time, it's Mexico. And the country wants an apology.
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