Fiat 500 Lease Deals
Fiat 500 Top Features
Cutesy looks have aged well.
Mild-hybrid version offers decent economy.
Small dimensions make it perfect for the city.
The Benefits Of Leasing A Fiat 500
Why Choose An Electric Fiat 500 Lease?When you opt for a Fiat electric car lease, you’re opting for cheaper and more efficient running costs compared to fuelling a petrol or diesel vehicle. Plus, electric vehicles are better for the environment, so you can drive around knowing you’re doing so with fewer emissions.
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The Fiat 500 Driving Experience
When Can I Get My Fiat 500 Lease?When you choose Vanarama, you’re choosing a hassle-free and straightforward service. The speed you get your vehicle will depend on if it is in one of our in-stock lease deals, or if it is a factory order.If it’s in stock, you can expect your car within seven to ten days after you’ve been approved for one of our Fiat lease deals. If it’s not in stock, then you’ll need to wait for it to be produced by the manufacturer and potentially shipped from another country. If you’re unable to find out if the model you want is in stock or not, don’t hesitate to get in contact with our fantastic team.Plus, all our electric Fiat 500 lease deals come with free delivery. Leasing a Fiat with Vanarama guarantees unbeatable customer service as well as competitive monthly plans. Need more information on electric cars? Read more with our electric car guides.
The Fiat 500 hatchback offers decent space up front for 2 adults, although the lack of rear doors makes it tricky to clamber into the rear seats, which are really only suitable for children. If practicality is what you are after, cars like the Volkswagen Up and 0 Aygo are roomier inside and offer more storage space, too.
With the rear seats in place, the little Fiat can take 185 litres of luggage and folding them down increases this figure to 550 litres. Once again, rivals offer more but this is just about enough storage space for a big shopping trip or a weekend away for 2.
There are a few practical storage spaces up front, with 2 cupholders placed along the centre console. However, the glove box is tiny and the door bins won’t take anything much larger than a mobile phone. Rear-seat passengers get access to 2 more cupholders but that is their lot.
The current Fiat 500 range is offered with a 70hp 3-cylinder mild-hybrid petrol engine and it should do a claimed 57.6mpg in mixed driving, which puts it up there with some diesels.
The all-electric Fiat 500e is also available, promising even more zip from either a 93- or 118hp electric motor, and up to 199 miles on a full battery charge.
Fiat 500 Leasing Models Available
500 HatchbackThe 3-door hatchback just about offers seating for four, as well as 185 litres of luggage space.
500C CabrioletThe 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.
500eThe all-electric Fiat 500e lease gives you access to the ideal town car, delivering 118hp of power with a choice of 24-kWh or 42-kWh batteries. Built from an entirely new platform, the all-electric version is bigger and can accommodate larger drivers more easily than the traditional mild-hybrid 500.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 ModelsThe 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.
Colours And InteriorsThe 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.
Fiat 500 Trim Levels
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If you value style over space, then the Fiat 500 is a great car. If you want a quiet motorway cruiser with plenty of luggage space, then you should keep looking.
The basic layout has been around for a long time so not much goes wrong with these little cars. Each new Fiat 500 comes with a 3-year warranty, just in case something does crop up.
You get 185 litres of space with the rear seats up and 550 litres with them folded down. A Volkswagen Up, in comparison, offers 250 litres and 951 litres respectively.
There are six trim levels to pick from, namely: Pop, Connect, Dolcevita, Dolcevita Plus, Hey Google, and Sport. We recommend skipping the base trim and going for one of the mid-tier offerings.
All but the base Pop trim have rear parking sensors as standard.
Few cars in recent memory have offered such a charming retro-inspired design and, despite its age, the Fiat 500 remains a competent little city car that stands out from the generally bland offerings in this segment.
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