Fiat 500 Models And Trim Levels
The 3-door hatchback just about offers seating for four, as well as 185 litres of luggage space.
The Cabriolet adds a retractable fabric roof section, making it a lot airier inside but not giving you quite as much open-air freedom as a traditional fully retracting convertible.
If you're not sure which to choose, we've compared the 500e to the petrol model, should you want to move to an all-electric vehicle.
High Performance Models
The Fiat 500 is offered with just one economy-focused, 70hp engine. The upcoming electric 500 will offer a bit more pace, but for real driving thrills, you’ll need to look to the Abarth range. These are essentially Fiat 500s with beefier suspension, larger wheels, and way more power. The Abarth 595 makes 180hp from its turbocharged 1.4-litre engine, which is plenty for a car this small, and the Abarth 695 is even more powerful.
Colours And Interiors
The 500 is available in eight stylish colours with various interior choices for those who like to customise, check out our Fiat 500 colour guide for details.
Trim Levels Available: Pop, Connect, Dolcevita, Dolcevita Plus, Hey Google, Sport
The base Pop trim is offered with LED daytime running lights, air conditioning, and steering wheel-mounted audio controls. It is worth looking one level higher at the Connect as it adds a 7-inch touchscreen, 15-inch alloys, rear parking sensors, and a sporty body kit.