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An in-depth review of the new Fiat 500. How does it compare with its competition? How has it impacted the US market?

The New and Improved 2016 Fiat 500: The Perfect City Car

If you are looking for something zippy and very fun to drive, check out the 2016 Fiat 500. For city drivers in search of a car small enough to squeeze into the smallest of street side parking spaces, the Fiat is an excellent solution.

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2015 Fiat 500 Redefines What it Means to Drive

If you have ever felt like driving was a chore, step into the 2015 Fiat 500. Whether you have a long daily commute or you are simply tired of running to the grocery store, the Fiat has the ability to renew your love for the open road and restore the excitement you felt when you first got your drivers’ license.

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2013 Fiat 500 – Best One Yet?

The 2013 Fiat 500 is a smart little car that packs a decent punch for a car of its size. Since it isn’t a midsized sedan or anything bigger than that, it may not be an ideal car if you have a large family, but if you are looking for a reliable car that gets great gas mileage, this year’s model may be exactly what you need to look into.

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Fiat 500 Review and History

The Fiat 500 is an italian car that was first launched in 1957. Since then, it has come a long way taking on many different designs and features. A few years ago in 2007, Fiat celebrated the car’s 50th anniversary by launching the newest version.

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Fiat 500 Specs and Features

The Fiat 500 has tons of specs and features that are both appealing and attractive to the average consumer. Today we will be taking a look at each and every spec to this vehicle and see what puts this vehicle above its competitors.

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The Fiat 500 Lounge Model

The Fiat 500 Lounge goes one step beyond what has been preceded by it in the Sport model. It has many new options to make your vehicle that much more appealing and comfortable.

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The Fiat 500 Sport Model

The Fiat 500 Sport has been one of the more popular models of the bunch boasting several upgradeable features that make the car feel more “sporty” if you will. The MSRP starts at $17,500 which is $2,000 higher than the base model but many people agree it is well worth the added price.

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