Fiat 500

FIAT Discontinued Production of FIAT 500 in The US

The original Fiat 500 will be no more after 2019. The automaker has decided to discontinue all forms of its hatchback and convertible cars that have helped create a sort of revolution these past ten years.

Small Enough to Fit Tight Spaces, Yet Large Enough For Passenger Room!

Fiat joined the ranks of Smart with its incredibly compact car in 2009. There was much to prove with the Fiat 500’s debut as some remembered the brand from the 1980s. Fiat left the United States during the twentieth century to regroup and restructure. The result was a compact car that was just big enough for two people. The 2009 Fiat 500 was small enough to fit into any tight space yet large enough to give adult passengers the room they needed to ride comfortably.

Go-To Car For City Dwellers

The Fiat 500 remains the go-to car for those who live in the city and need something small. The brand, however, wants to broaden its scope to crossovers, which appear to be taking over the auto market in the United States at present.

What Fiat Drivers Love

Those who love the overall shape of the Fiat 500 can take comfort in the 500X and 500L. Both of these models, though bigger than the original 500, still carry the hatchback structure that Fiat drivers love.

Consumers who enjoyed the Fiat 500 Abarth can also rejoice as the brand plans to upgrade the Fiat 124 Spider to accommodate those who have a need for speed. In fact, one of the trims of the 2020 Fiat Spider is the Abarth. The Spider is also ideal for those who loved the convertible version of the Fiat 500. This sports car is a convertible by default.

Stop By Your Local Fiat Dealership Today

The current 2019 Fiat 500 cars will last through 2020. There is, in other words, still time for you to get a Fiat 500 if you just do not want to live without the beloved car. Stop by Fiat of Scottsdale today to test drive a new car!