Fiat sales are based around its successful 500 model, which now benefits from new updates for the 2021 model year. The 500 family aligns for the 2021 model year with receiving five trim levels. Every trim receives a high standard of specification.
The Pop trim provides an affordable entry point into range. The family’s colour palette is broadened by the new, exclusive Sicilian orange livery, complemented by new fabric blue seats, embellished with the FIAT monogram and a dedicated dashboard in new Techno blue. The 500 Pop costs from £13,270, 500X from £19,860 and 500L from £18,030.
The Connect trim level offers a high level of technology as standard, with the 7-inch Uconnect infotainment system with DAB radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. On all three models, new seats are paired with a brand-new dashboard finish in matt silver.
The standard features on the 500 Connect also include cruise control, parking sensors, sports steering wheel with audio controls, 15-inch alloy wheels and fog lights. It is available in the exclusive new Perbene grey/Vesuvius black two-tone livery. 500 Connect is priced at £15,000.
The 500X Connect comes with black seats, techno-leather steering wheel with audio controls and 17-inch alloy wheels. It also features dark tinted rear windows, fog lights, LED DRLs, parking sensors and dusk and rain sensors. 500X Connect is priced at £20,760.
Last but not least, the 500L Connect comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, body-coloured door mirrors. 500L Connect is priced at £19,330.
The 500 Dolcevita builds on the Connect specification while harking back to the Nuova 500 when it was launched in 1957 with its glamorous style and fine aesthetic details. The interiors include body-colour dashboard, while outside chrome-plated details, a glass sunroof, 15-inch alloy wheels and the Dolcevita badge complete the exterior changes. A two-tone livery is optionally available alongside Bossa Nova White and Lunar Grey paint. The 500 Dolcevita is priced from £15,000.