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Fiat 500X (Italy, 2015-present)

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The 500X500XFiat 500XItaly, 2015 > present24 versions
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is the crossover variant of the 500 and it was unveiled at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.

In terms of design the 500X shares the same look of retro inspiration of the rest of the 500 family. The vehicle includes a more prominent front grille with chrome trim around the bumper. Tinted glass, roof rails and a spoiler placed on the tailgate are other features of the new model.

The Fiat 500X was designed by Fiat Centro Stile on a modified version of the SCCS platform also used by the Fiat PuntoGrande Punto - Punto EvoFiat Grande Punto - Punto EvoItaly, 2005 > present3 series
124 versions
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and the Opel CorsaCorsaOpel CorsaGermany, 1982 > 20065 series
336 versions
500 photos
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. The vehicle is 4.25 meters long, 1.80 meters wide and 1.61 meters high. The more rugged version of the model is 2cm longer.

With a trunk with 350 liters of space, FiatFiatFiatItaly, 1899 > present158 models
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bet on materials and better trimming and still further practical storage solutions. The Italian brand also focused on personalization as a way to attract customers. The 500X can be purchased in 12 different colors and with rims with eight different designs. The rims will be sold with 16, 17 and 18 inches.

The SUV is available in a range of four petrol engines and three diesel. The front-drive versions uses a gasoline 1.6-liter E-torQ of 110hp engine with a manual five-speed gearbox or a 1.4 Turbo MultiAir II 140hp engine with a manual six-speed gearbox or six-speed dual-clutch. In the diesel range there is a 1.3 MultiJet II 135hp version with manual 5-speed gearbox.

In AWD variants the Fiat 500X is equipped with the 2.0 MultiJet II 140hp with a nine-speed automatic transmission, the 1.4 Turbo MultiAir II 170hp and the Tigershark 2.4-liter version with 184hp and a nine-speed automatic transmission.

The 500 family model is equipped with a system with three driving modes which alter the settings of the engine, braking, steering and transmission as necessary. The Auto mode is the most efficient, the Sport is aimed at a more sporty driving and the All Weather was thought to better adapt to conditions with poor adherence.

The cabin is equipped with the Uconnect touch screen with 5 or 6.5 inch, depending on the version chosen. This system includes Bluetooth, aux-in and USB systems and can be controlled through controls placed on the steering wheel or via voice commands.



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