Abarth 595 Lease Deals
Top Abarth 595 Features
Fast and fiery hot-hatch version of the Fiat 500.
Distinctive looks – and sound.
Small, powerful and nimble.
Why Lease An Abarth 595?
How Abarth 595 Leasing WorksWith your Abarth lease, you can choose a brand-new model to drive for a fixed period, all while making set monthly payments. Once your contract ends, usually after 2-5 years, you return the car.All you need to do is choose your Abarth 595 lease and tailor your deal to suit your preferences. We’ll provide you with an instant quote and guide you through the rest of the process, then deliver your new car free of charge. To find out more about how contract hire works, take a look at our easy-to-understand guide to car leasing.
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
While many larger hot hatchbacks could easily serve as everyday family cars, the Abarth is definitely a specialised tool for driving enjoyment. It’s made primarily for fun rather than flexibility.
The rear seats are more suited to children than adults, and the 185-litre boot is on the smaller side, although it’s fine for a few bags of shopping and the rear seats can be dropped to improve overall luggage space.
The in-cabin storage isn’t particularly generous - the door pockets are quite thin - so again, this is a car best thought of as a sports car that happens to have four seats.
Although the 595 is a high-performance car, its small size, light weight and turbocharged engine mean it’s surprisingly cheap to run. Fuel economy hovers around the 40mpg mark for all versions – from the entry-level 595 right up to the range-topping Esseesse – regardless of whether you choose the standard manual or optional automatic gearbox. Of course, any ‘spirited driving’ will see this number drop a bit, but it’s still a more than reasonable return for such an enjoyable-to-drive car.
Abarth 595 HatchbackBased on the Fiat 500, the Abarth 595’s standard form is a bitesize 3-door hatchback with suitably sporty styling to set it apart from the cute 500.
Abarth 595C ConvertibleLike the Fiat 500C, the Abarth 595C is not a full ‘top-down’ convertible – rather, it has a roll-back roof. It’s available with all the same engines and trim levels as the hatchback.
Abarth 595 Trim Levels
The Abarth 595 Vs Competitors
Fiat – and by extension, Abarth – has not had the strongest reputation for reliability over the years, although the 500 on which the 595 is based is a relatively simple and straightforward car that has been made in big numbers, so any niggles have long ago been ironed out.
Only 185 litres, which is small even for a city car. But it’s enough for a small shop or a couple of weekend bags.
The 4 core trim levels are 595, Turismo, Competizione and Esseesse, and Abarth occasionally offers limited-run special editions of the car, too.
The standard Abarth 595 only has rear parking sensors in 595C convertible form. But from Turismo spec and above, they’re standard across the board.
Viewed in the context of being a sports car, the Abarth does offer some flexibility: it will seat four, the rear bench drops to improve loading capacity, and it has a relatively wide hatchback tailgate. The MINI JCW is a little more accommodating though, and if you think you’ll be carrying more than 2 people regularly, something like a Hyundai i20 N has more rear space.
It offers a lot of bang for its buck – it’s a very fast and sporty car that can be leased for a relatively small monthly payment. And it’s a real head-turner, thanks to a selection of bright colours and a pretty loud exhaust note.
Leasing an Abarth 595 with Vanarama couldn’t be any easier. Simply choose the specifications and contract length that you’d like and we can organise the rest. There are no hidden fees to worry about and we offer extra protection should the worst happen. Check out our Abarth 595 leasing offers today and drive away the car of your dreams.