2014 Fiat 500 1957 edition Reviews
With fellow Fiat-Chrysler Dodge and offices Maserati observing centennials and Fiat's own centennial long maybe Fiat did not need to feel left out. Whatever the cause, it was playing free and fast when it dreamed up the 1957 as an easy method to add another special-variant 500. When you are playing with the trend card, as exemplified by BMW's Mini brand, you should make the most of every chance.
The miniature, quasi-initial twenty-first century when the initial 500 was rolled out by Fiat Fiat character car follows its design inspiration --which was subsequently called the Nuova (New) 500 to differentiate it - Topolino 1955. That '57 Chevy motorist's millennial cohort to the retro furniture store or the vintage clothing shop, might need fuel economy and the dependability of a spanking-new, baby blue Fiat.
What she will find at the Fiat shop, for more jingle in relation to the base cost on the 500 Turbo that is strong, is essentially the 500 in Couch trim, except that on the 1957 Version the leather bundle is normal. The dash is rendered in grey and ivory and contrasts nicely with the brown leather and its outstanding ivory-coloured stitching. The Mini is the touchstone that is clear. Those who have viewed the 1969 film The Italian Job will recall that although Mini was the star, the Fiat 500s were omnipresent throughout. Fiat can cash in on retro, also, although as in the modern automobile marketplace, Mini is the star that shows the way.
2014 Fiat 500 1957 edition
However, like another Fiat 500, the 1957 Version drives despite the strong trend clues. It is about a 10-seconds-to-60-mph auto, like our long term 2012 Fiat Sport example. This unique car had the six-speed automatic transmission, so it was engaging than the five-speed manual version of the 1959 Version that begins at $21, 250 than a 500 Sofa to drive. With its typical sport-tuned suspension, the 1957 Version is definitely nimbler and more enjoyable to aviator than Fiat's other automobile, the newer 500L crossover, a distended, Serbian-built bus wearing the amount and the face but with none of the charm. However, we actually like saying "Cinquecento."View PhotosView Videos
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