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autoviva2015-07-07 16:17:16

Fiat 500 renewed for the fall

Model has received some modifications in terms of design, mechanics and engines

 
 
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The most visible change is the new front of the Fiat 500

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unveiled an updated version of its most successful model, the historical 500500 (modern)Fiat 500 (modern)Italy, 2007 > present241 versions
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. The model received a renovated front and rear design, as well as mechanic modifications and engine efficiency improvements. According to Fiat about 1800 changes were made to the new car.

The most visible change is the new front of the Fiat 500 which now contains LED daytime running lights and a redesigned grille. The headlights are more inclined in this new version and the lower lights have the same shape as the zeros on the "500" badge. At the rear the new Cinquecento receives lighting clusters with a new format, while the fog and reversing lights were repositioned and have chromed or black surroundings.

Other external novelties include new 15 and 16 inches alloy wheels and also two new exterior paint colors.

The main change inside the new Fiat 500 is the introduction as standard on all versions of the infotainment system Uconnect, placed lower than in the previous version and with Bluetooth, aux-in and USB connections.

The top version Lounge also gets the Uconnect Live services to connect the system to Android and iOS smartphones and display mobile apps in the car screen.

Other changes include a new steering wheel with buttons with chrome surroundings and the introduction of a 7 inches instrument paneç in high-end versions.

The Fiat 500 keeps the same range of engines, however, several improvements have been made to improve their efficiency. The 0.9 Twinair engine is now available in 85 and 105hp outputs that feature CO2 emissions of 90g/km and 99g/km, respectively. The most efficient version is the 1.3 Multijet 95hp emitting just 89g/km of CO2. Completing the range there is also the 1.2-liter 69hp engine ​​with "Eco" setting that emits 99g/km.

In some markets Fiat will also be selling a 65hp version of the TwinAir and also a 1.4-liter petrol engine with 100hp.

The new Fiat 500 will reach the market in September.

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