2014 FIAT Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Fiat’s compact cars are legendary in Europe, and their 2014 offerings are no exception. The Fiat 500 Abarth hatchback subcompact uses a four-cylinder in-line 1.4L 158 horsepower engine capable of producing 125 lb-ft of torque, an impressive amount for such a small vehicle. The electric 500, called the 500e, also makes its debut. Fiat’s larger cars are rounded out by the 500L, a small station wagon complete with a four-cylinder 1.4L 158 hp engine that can create 136 lb-ft of torque under ideal circumstances. The 500L uses a manual transmission, front wheel drive, and has a fuel capacity of 13.2 gallons which makes it perfect for trips around the city or suburbs. Thanks to its short 167.1 inch length, the 500L will have no trouble threading through heavy city traffic or finding a spot that is ready for parallel parking.
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500
Commuters will appreciate the nimble handling of the 2014 FIAT 500 as a daily driver with plenty of storage and welcome standard features.
$17,295 - $23,045
MSRP
31 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
$17,295 - $23,045
MSRP
31 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
500c
The 2014 FIAT 500c checks off all the boxes as an ideal commuting vehicle with excellent handling and gas mileage for a comfortable ride.
$20,795 - $27,045
MSRP
31 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
$20,795 - $27,045
MSRP
31 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
500e
It may be tiny, but the 2014 FIAT 500e has one of the best all-electric driving ranges in its class.
$32,650
MSRP
116 MPG
COMBINED
$32,650
MSRP
116 MPG
COMBINED
500L
Four trim levels help drivers choose the convenient and stylish features they need from the FIAT 500’s larger sibling, the 2014 500L.
$20,045 - $25,245
MSRP
28 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
$20,045 - $25,245
MSRP
28 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
Fiat’s compact cars are legendary in Europe, and their 2014 offerings are no exception. The Fiat 500 Abarth hatchback subcompact uses a four-cylinder in-line 1.4L 158 horsepower engine capable of producing 125 lb-ft of torque, an impressive amount for such a small vehicle. The electric 500, called the 500e, also makes its debut. Fiat’s larger cars are rounded out by the 500L, a small station wagon complete with a four-cylinder 1.4L 158 hp engine that can create 136 lb-ft of torque under ideal circumstances. The 500L uses a manual transmission, front wheel drive, and has a fuel capacity of 13.2 gallons which makes it perfect for trips around the city or suburbs. Thanks to its short 167.1 inch length, the 500L will have no trouble threading through heavy city traffic or finding a spot that is ready for parallel parking.
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