Fiat 500

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The Fiat 500 is a very popular little car. Launched in 2008, this version harked right back to the tiny little 500 of the 1950s.

  • Fiat 500 Hatchback (08 on)

The Fiat 500 is a very popular little car. Launched in 2008, this version harked right back to the tiny little 500 of the 1950s.

For that reason, it’s considered ‘retro’. While it’s nowhere near as small as the previous 500, it’s very good in town thanks to nippy handling and a range of efficient yet peppy engines.

You won’t fit many people in the back of a Fiat 500. Two fully grown adults will struggle, but children should be OK.

In 2015 the Fiat 500 received a mid-life refresh with over 1,800 changes though you will have to look hard to see them. However, for those looking to buy a 500 there are some important chamges to note including which trim and options are best.

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Most Popular New and Used Model Reviews

Fiat 500 Hatchback 2008 on

4 out of 5
Fiat 500 Hatchback 2008 on

New price range:
£11,810 - £18,940

Used price range:
£1,594 - £11,760

  • Stylish exterior and interior
  • Easy to drive
  • Vast accessories list
  • Retro appeal
  • Noisy
  • Uncomfortable on long journeys
  • Small boot

Fiat 500 C 2009 on

4 out of 5
Fiat 500 C 2009 on

New price range:
£14,460 - £18,450

Used price range:
£2,438 - £13,729

  • Retro charm
  • Low running costs
  • Good crash protection
  • Efficient engines
  • Expensive new
  • Some pricey options
  • Over-customised used models

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