2017 FIAT 500c ratings and reviews

The 2017 FIAT 500c has two trim levels: Lounge Cabrio, and Pop Cabrio. The default trim includes a 1.4L four-cylinder engine capable of making 101 horsepower and 98 lb-ft of torque along with 15-inch steel wheels, powered mirrors, Bluetooth integration, and parking sensors. The 500c can equip a five-speed C514 manual transmission or a six-speed Aisin F21-250 automatic transmission. Drivers who want to upgrade their premier trim 500c can purchase a sports package which includes side sills, fog lights, wheel aesthetics, and body fascia. Likewise, upgrading the navigation capabilities of the 500c is possible with either trim, allowing for the inclusion of GPS, satellite radio, and other connectivity features like wi-fi. The advanced trim can also fit an all-weather package which includes slush mats, air deflectors, and splash guards. When paired with the Mopar windscreen, the 500c is ready for anything the city can bring.

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The 2017 FIAT 500c has two trim levels: Lounge Cabrio, and Pop Cabrio. The default trim includes a 1.4L four-cylinder engine capable of making 101 horsepower and 98 lb-ft of torque along with 15-inch steel wheels, powered mirrors, Bluetooth integration, and parking sensors. The 500c can equip a five-speed C514 manual transmission or a six-speed Aisin F21-250 automatic transmission. Drivers who want to upgrade their premier trim 500c can purchase a sports package which includes side sills, fog lights, wheel aesthetics, and body fascia. Likewise, upgrading the navigation capabilities of the 500c is possible with either trim, allowing for the inclusion of GPS, satellite radio, and other connectivity features like wi-fi. The advanced trim can also fit an all-weather package which includes slush mats, air deflectors, and splash guards. When paired with the Mopar windscreen, the 500c is ready for anything the city can bring.


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