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Mike and David go over some tips for people looking for reliable transportation, then go a little nuts recommending fun stuff for those who asked.

Or, perhaps you can use this news as a bargaining chip at the dealership.

Fiat 500 hatches and convertibles may be getting big discounts. The 500L and 500X? Not as much.

We got a neeeeeeeew car! Read about what we chose and why.

Questions about emissions grow after German authorities issue report.

Fiat may be running its emissions control devices for only the first 22 minutes a car is on. An emissions test takes 20 minutes.

The new 500X Abarth could take on the Mini John Cooper Works Countryman and Nissan Juke Nismo RS, but we think it'll need more grunt.

Mopar has a bevy of aftermarket vehicles for its huge display area at SEMA this year, including an all-wheel drive concept for the Dodge Challenger and a meaner Ram 1500 Rebel.

Roster To Include AWD Challenger?

Mopar is bringing a slew of concepts to the 2015 SEMA Show, including the four vehicles teased in the company's latest release.

Fiat has recorded its first IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award with the new 500X crossover. The diminutive high-rider scored "Good" on all crash tests.

Fiat is closely considering an Abarth version of the 500X crossover, and it could pack a solid 200 horsepower to take on the likes of the Nissan Juke Nismo and Mini Countryman JCW.

FCA US has fixed the problem that paused deliveries of the Jeep Renegade and Fiat 500X. The vehicles had VINs that couldn't be recognized by some computer systems.

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.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is reportedly planning a big expansion of its product lineup, including a larger SUV to be based on the platform underpinning the Fiat 500X and Jeep Renegade.

Fiat switched on the builder for its new 500X crossover, giving us our first look at pricing on the Italian twin to the Jeep Renegade.

Fiat 500X Super Bowl Commercial

Fiat, never afraid of playing edgy, went for the humorous route to advertise its all-new 500X crossover during the 2015 Super Bowl.

Ask Americans what Fiat stands for, and the odds are pretty low that you'll hear, "Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino" to be the answer. The more far likely response is "Fix It Again, Tony." The ignominious moniker comes from the brand's stint selling often unreliable models in the US in the '60s and '70s, and it remains in some minds today. However, Fiat thinks the time is right to challenge the old stereotype, and it's doing just that with a new commercial for the forthcoming 500X compact cro

The 500X will be built alongside the Jeep Renegade at Fiat's Melfi, Italy factory, with sales to begin during the first half of 2015.

Fiat may treat Abarth as a trim level on the 500 in the United States, but overseas it's a bona fide performance brand. The thing is that, since the demise of the Punto Abarth (and with performance versions of the Panda and 500L ruled out), the Scorpion marque has been reduced to tuning only versions of the standard Cinquecento. But that could be about to change.

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