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Fiat 500 2020 pricing and spec confirmed: Limited-edition Collezione Fall/Winter variant added

The Collezione Fall/Winter stands out from the standard Fiat 500 by its unique burgundy and grey paint scheme.

Fiat Australia has revealed pricing and specification for yet another special-edition 500 – the fourth in only two years – called the Collezione Fall/Winter, which will retail from $21,990 before on-road costs.

Based on the Fiat 500 Lounge variant, the Collezione Fall/Winter commands a $2000 premium over its donor car, but will adopt $2900 worth of added equipment, according to the Italian brand.

Opening the range is the manual hatchback, while the automatic version retails for $23,490.

A convertible body style can also be had with the Collezione Fall/Winter for $25,990 and $27,490 for the manual and automatic versions respectively.

Supply will be limited to just 30 units however – split equally between hatch and convertible – while the latest Fiat 500 can be easily distinguished by its two-tone ‘Bordeaux and Grey Solid’ paintwork.

The Collezione Fall/Winter version also gains exterior copper detailing, copper-coloured 16-inch wheels, body-coloured mirror covers, bespoke badging, grey dashboard with copper highlights, striped seat inserts and unique floormats, while convertible versions also gain a grey soft-top.

Carry-over equipment includes a 7.0-inch Uconnect multimedia system, 7.0-inch driver display, rear parking sensors, cruise control and automatic climate control.

All versions of the special-edition Fiat 500 are powered by a 51kW/102Nm 1.2-litre engine that drives the front wheels.

The Collezione Fall/Winter follows from the Collezione Spring edition released last year, while Fiat also launched the 500C Spiaggina ’58 in February 2019 and the Anniversario limited-edition hatchback in late 2017.

2020 Fiat 500 Collezione Fall/Winter pricing before on-road costs


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