2015 FIAT 500
29,449 Miles
$12,650

Oceanside, CA
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2013 FIAT 500
59,124 Miles
$8,300

Oceanside, CA
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2012 FIAT 500
54,664 Miles
$6,350

Commerce, CA
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2015 FIAT 500
45,450 Miles
$9,350

Commerce, CA
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2012 FIAT 500
24,569 Miles
$7,400

Commerce, CA
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2013 FIAT 500
42,944 Miles
$8,500

Commerce, CA
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2015 FIAT 500
40,600 Miles
$9,998

Hickory, NC
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2015 FIAT 500
47,001 Miles
$10,998

Harrisonburg, VA
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2016 FIAT 500
35,415 Miles
$14,599

Houston, TX
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2012 FIAT 500
18,777 Miles
$13,998

Knoxville, TN
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2015 FIAT 500
44,938 Miles
$12,998

Jensen Beach, FL
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2012 FIAT 500
48,356 Miles
$8,599

Tucson, AZ
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2012 FIAT 500
83,486 Miles
$8,998

Gainesville, FL
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2013 FIAT 500
56,288 Miles
$9,998

Houston, TX
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2015 FIAT 500
39,455 Miles
$10,599

Albuquerque, NM
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2012 FIAT 500
54,028 Miles
$8,998

Plano, TX
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2017 FIAT 500
19,261 Miles
$11,998

Austin, TX
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2014 FIAT 500
48,214 Miles
$11,998

Houston, TX
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2016 FIAT 500
15,112 Miles
$12,599

Meridian, ID
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2014 FIAT 500
35,205 Miles
$10,599

O'fallon, IL
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FIAT 500 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.1
35 Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.2
Performance
3.7
Style
4.5
Comfort
3.7
Fuel Economy
4.3
Reliability
4.3

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2013 FIAT 500 - Enjoyable in the city, on the highway, and in the mild wilderness.

JB
Inglewood-Finn Hill, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
Things I like about this vehicle: - Good gas mileage, both in the city and on the highway. On average, the gas mileage ranges from 32-38 mpg with a combination of city and highway driving. - Although a small car, the FIAT-500 POP has ample interior space, even for a family of 3. - The safety rating on the car is also very high. There are 7 airbags and visibility is very high. Mirror design and placement as well as door/window frame placement make for a nearly 360 degree field of view. - Styling. The interior design is well thought out, although fairly small across shoulder width. The color schemes are complimentary and it is easy to find a model and color that suits your personality. Things I do not like about this vehicle: - 2-door (coupe). Having a 2-door car can sometimes be a chal... (more)
Story
Gas mileage and overall vehicle performance while driving have been outstanding. This summer, my family and I took a road trip from Washington to California. The FIAT was able to handle hilly terrain, both paved and unpaved when going to camp sites. With the help of a roof storage bag, we had camping gear, clothes, and food for 9 full days.
Pros
The vehicle is fun to drive and easy to park/maneuver. For those in the city, it is a great alternative to other small cars both in performance and styling. For instance, the base model FIAT-500 is able to achieve 31 mpg in the city at a minimum with a manual transmission. A SMARTCAR often performs at 25 mpg or less, and is not as smooth during gear transitions (based on test drives). FIATs also come in a variety of colors, so finding one to fit your style is easy. The interior space is well planned and accommodates both tall and short drivers.
Cons
Since the engine is small (101 HP for the Fiat-500 POP models), the vehicle can seem a little "gutless" at times. However, the manual transmission allows for easier control of acceleration. The "SPORT" function is also not very useful, especially if a majority of your driving is in the city. Backseat passengers are often cramped, either in head or leg room. This is often a downside to coupe-style cars.

2013 FIAT 500 - Fun little car

ck
Fernandina Beach, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I get compliments all the time on what a cute little car it is. It handles well and it is really fun to drive. Overall, I really enjoy it. It is certainly not a luxury car or well suited for long trips, but for a daily driver to and from work and running errands it is fantastic. You can't help but smile when you unlock the door and get ready to ride.
Story
This is a great car for driving up and down the main street of our small Florida town. Most people, including the many tourists that come to visit will stop and do a double take. Kids especially seem to like to point and smile.
Pros
The 5 speed manual transmission gets at least 30 mpg and that is mostly stop and go driving and short trip. Surprising amount of head and leg room. My husband is 6 feet tall and he fits comfortably in the front passenger compartment. The interior is simple but not sparse. The controls are well laid out and fairly easy to use and access. There is a lot of room in the trunk and the seats fold down for extra space. Easy to park and handles well in general. Great stereo system and I can plug in my i-pod too. Fairly inexpensive compared to similar type cars.
Cons
It is not very comfortable for long trips. The seats are difficult to fold back in order to access the back seat. It is very difficult to do "head checks" and look for cars through the back windows, creating a definite blind spot and causing the driver to rely on the mirrors more than necessary. You can hear a lot of road noise. The paint chips very easily compared to other cars I have driven on the same roads. There is no spare tire - some people still want to carry a spare!

2012 FIAT 500 - Better than expected

500 Owner
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
It's a fun little car to drive. It's like driving around a golf cart. The thing about it being so small is that it handles really well and is awesome for parking in the city. You can find a spot almost anywhere. I've had it for 60,000 miles so far and while it's not the best car I've ever had, it's not the worst either. With gas at nearly 3 dollars a gallon, it's certainly easy on the wallet. It only has a 10 gallon (maybe 9?) gas tank, so it doesn't hurt very bad when you fill it up. I had previously got the car for my ex wife, and it's turned out to be not such a bad car, as I wouldn't buy this for myself if I had the choice.
Story
I was able to move basically everything in my apartment using this car (except for beds/couches/etc.), everybody was shocked that I had nothing but big items when they showed up to help me move and asked how and I just pointed to the Fiat 500.
Pros
Gas mileage and filling the tank are really good. It's actually pretty roomy inside, and if you have the back seats folded down, you can put an amazing amount of stuff in there for it being such a small car, I found that out while moving! It's zippy, it doesn't have tons of horsepower, but it's enough to zip around with and keep it going. It stops quickly too, all pros of it being so small. Being able to park nearly anywhere, and turn around with ease. Warms up pretty quickly as well. It has a sport mode for when you're feeling frisky and want to break some laws!
Cons
There are a few that I can think of, it's pretty noisy, on the highway and also the engine noise. I've had to replace a couple headlights from going over bumpy areas and potholes. They seem fragile. There's no real armrest or middle console for resting your arm on while you drive, it can get uncomfortable. The seats aren't very good either, anything more than a few hours and they start to get annoying. The beeping noise when somebody isn't wearing their seatbelt never stops, and it's very annoying.

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