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2014 Fiat 500 | new car sales price


New trim, colours and instruments, along with drive-away pricing for Fiat’s baby 500.  

Fiat has freshened its 500 lineup for the second half of 2014, with new Series 3 versions of the existing Pop, S and Lounge variants barely 12 months after the model’s June 2013 Series 2 upgrade.

The new model also sees drive-away pricing applied across the 500 lineup for the first time, building on the $14,000 drive-away offer applied to the Pop manual between June 2013 and February this year.

The $14,000 deal helped 500 sales more than double over the past 12 months, but the refreshed Pop hatch manual ambitiously kicks of $3000 dearer at $17,000 drive-away. 

500 Pop

Drive-away pricing has been fixed at $1000 more than the list price (before on-road costs) across the board, and the Pop manual’s new $16,000 list is actually just $1000 more than the $15,000 list the variant has carried since February.  

Like the rest of the 500 lineup, the Pop is now available in the new Mint Milkshake and Vanilla Ice Cream hues, in addition to the 11 existing colours. 

The Pop’s interior has also been given a lift with contrasting colours used on several interior surfaces, in addition to the body-colour dash panel and leather steering wheel. 

Pop models continue to use the 51kW/102Nm 1.2-litre petrol four cylinder engine, which carries a 5.1L/100 official combined fuel figure with the standard five-speed manual transmission.

500 S

The mid-spec S hatch manual now lists at $19,000 (up $2100), but can be had for $20,000 drive-away. 

The S introduces a new seven-inch colour LCD instrument display, which includes a digital speedo, tacho and trip computer info. 

With the dash-button Sport mode selected, the 500 S’s throttle response is sharpened and the instruments change to a sportier display that includes a g-force meter. 

The S also comes with a new unique Blue Jelly Bean metallic colour option.

The 500 S continues to use the 74kW/131Nm 1.4-litre petrol four with a standard six-speed manual, and a combined fuel consumption figure of 6.1L/100km.

500 Lounge

The top spec 500 Lounge now lists at $22,000 (up $1700), but can be had for $23,000 drive-away.

The Lounge also scores the new instrument display, but the Sport button is replaced by an ‘eco’ mode which changes the screen mode to include an efficiency meter. Efficient driving is further encouraged with the driver able to earn ‘eco trophies’.

The Lounge continues as the only 500  available with the 63kW/145Nm 0.9-litre two-cylinder engine, which may trail the S for power, but its meaty torque figure and stop/start system help to make it the most efficient petrol engine on the market at 3.9L/100km. The

Lounge continues with the five-speed Dualogic automatic as the sole transmission.

Both the Pop and S hatches continue to be available with the Dualogic auto as a $1500 option, which saves 0.1L/100km on the Pop and 0.3L/100km on the S. 

All three grades continue to be available as a sliding roof convertible with the Dualogic auto, and cost an extra $2500 over the respective hardtop auto variants.

The 500 continues to offer a broad array of personalisation options, including 16 different interior options across the three trim levels.

SAFETY

All models continue with a maximum five star safety rating, with seven airbags, stability control with EBD and hill assist, along with Isofix child seat mounts for both rear positions.

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