2013 FIAT 500c
32,833 Miles
$12,490

Devine, TX
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2012 FIAT 500c
56,188 Miles
$8,986

Eureka, CA
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2013 FIAT 500c
28,394 Miles
$10,700

Stockton, CA
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2013 FIAT 500c
36,260 Miles
$13,699

Madison, WI
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2012 FIAT 500c
85,843 Miles
$8,000

Winter Haven, FL
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2013 FIAT 500c
47,580 Miles
$9,500

Winter Haven, FL
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2016 FIAT 500c
11,846 Miles
$19,000

Winter Haven, FL
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2015 FIAT 500c
8,080 Miles
$16,053

Avondale, AZ
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2013 FIAT 500c
44,386 Miles
$12,964

Bourbonnais, IL
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2013 FIAT 500c
25,192 Miles
$15,888

Upland, CA
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2015 FIAT 500c
4,455 Miles
$14,995

Renton, WA
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2013 FIAT 500c
23,214 Miles
$11,950

Kansas City, MO
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2015 FIAT 500c
5,791 Miles
$15,995

Victorville, CA
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2015 FIAT 500c
4,723 Miles
$16,995

Victorville, CA
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2014 FIAT 500c
8,700 Miles
$14,335

Sandy, UT
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2013 FIAT 500c
59,813 Miles
$12,988

Carlsbad, CA
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2013 FIAT 500c
37,154 Miles
$13,886

Novato, CA
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2014 FIAT 500c
13,235 Miles
$14,494

Des Moines, IA
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2013 FIAT 500c
36,191 Miles
$9,995

Butte, MT
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FIAT 500c Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.5

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FIAT 500c Owner Ratings & Reviews

2012 FIAT 500c - Economic

Lexington, Kentucky
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
It's very compact and good for small families. Good to ride on city and highways - good mileage, too.
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Pros
The 6-speed automatic transmission is technically a dual-clutch automated manual they call "Powershift". Overall, this transmission is excellent and provides brisk acceleration and excellent fuel economy.
Cons
It's kind of a momentary disengagement that feels like the car has been shifted into neutral for a second. This is a slight downside. Little shake moving between 10-20 MPH.

2013 FIAT 500c - Not the quality I paid for

77000
Overall
3.0
Value
1.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I like the look of this car, it's very unique. I love the gas mileage; I get nearly 40 miles per gallon. I bought it brand new in March 2013 and have had one mechanical problem so far; occasionally the speedometer reads incorrect. The discrepancy ranges from 6-25 mph which I find to be a huge problem. I took it to the dealership and they said they can't fix that problem. The styling of the car is visually luxurious at first. I have 2-tone heated leather seats, the upgraded stick shift, XM radio and all other add-ons available. Unfortunately, the quality of this package is not great. My radio buttons are white now when they used to be black because in just 9 months the paint has started to chip off. I also have a pretty permanent indentation in my seat from where I sit while driving. I ... (more)
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Pros
The biggest pro is the gas mileage! It costs me around $30 to fill up because it takes unleaded and I get almost 40 mpg. I also like the maintenance. My dealership threw in an oil change package when I bought the car so my first ten oil changes are free. Every time I go in for an oil change, they do free extras as well like full inside and out detailing, they did a free diagnostic check when my speedometer was on the fritz, and they affixed my front license plate (because it requires drilling into the front bumper and I didn't trust myself to get it centered).
Cons
The main negative is quality. I paid about $25k and the way the interior has wear and tear already (in the first 9 months of ownership) makes me feel like I am not getting my money's worth. The numbers on the radio dash buttons have already worn off; they were once black buttons with white numbers, now they are what used to be black buttons with large white smudges. I am also developing a pretty permanent indentation in the driver's seat from where I sit while driving. In 9 months, I have put about $14k miles on the car, so yes I drive a little more than the average person, but I take care... (more)