2016 FIAT 500c ratings and reviews

For 2016, Fiat’s 500 line received a new trim level, Easy, that sits between the base model, Pop, and the energetic Sport trim, giving drivers a little bit extra for a small price jump. Standard in Pop are heated door mirrors, a spoiler, remote keyless entry, and cruise control with steering wheel-mounted controls. Easy upgrades the audio to a six-speaker system and switches the 15-inch steel wheels to an alloy version. The Lounge trim is best for drivers who want luxury, adding heated seats, leather upholstery, automatic climate control, and an Alpine sound system, while the Sport trim features a sport steering wheel and seats and sport-tuned suspension for the most athletic drive. Packages are available for each trim, like an Italia Package that adds black-trimmed lights and other black exterior accents, or a MOPAR Adventure Package with roof racks and a tow hitch. All configurations come with a 4-year/50,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.

Select a 2016 FIAT 500c trim level

For 2016, Fiat’s 500 line received a new trim level, Easy, that sits between the base model, Pop, and the energetic Sport trim, giving drivers a little bit extra for a small price jump. Standard in Pop are heated door mirrors, a spoiler, remote keyless entry, and cruise control with steering wheel-mounted controls. Easy upgrades the audio to a six-speaker system and switches the 15-inch steel wheels to an alloy version. The Lounge trim is best for drivers who want luxury, adding heated seats, leather upholstery, automatic climate control, and an Alpine sound system, while the Sport trim features a sport steering wheel and seats and sport-tuned suspension for the most athletic drive. Packages are available for each trim, like an Italia Package that adds black-trimmed lights and other black exterior accents, or a MOPAR Adventure Package with roof racks and a tow hitch. All configurations come with a 4-year/50,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.




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