Fiat has launched ‘Mirror’ versions of the Fiat 500, 500 Convertible, 500l and 500X featuring additional connectivity, Chrome highlights and Blue paintwork.
The Fiat 500 is still going strong despite now getting quite old – it’s been with us for a decade, with a major facelift in 2015 – and part of its success is the convincing retro look, good customisation options and special edition models.
The latest special edition 500 is this – the Fiat 500 Mirror – which is available as a regular 500 Mirror, 500 Cabriolet Mirror, 500L Mirror and 500 X Mirror, based either on the Lounge or Pop spec.
The Mirror models come with Fiat’s Uconnect 7″ infotainment with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Fiat’s Mopar accident recovery service, chrome details, 500 Mirror badges and cool blue livery.
The 500 and 500 C Mirror gets Fiat’s 1.2 litre petrol engine, chrome mirror caps, 16″ alloys, black upholstery and 7″ infotainment. The regular 500 Mirror costs from £13,965 and the 500C version from £16,615.
The Fiat 500X Mirror (from £18,250 to £20,750) can be had with the 1.6 E-Torq 110 petrol or 1.4 Multiair 140, also with DCT if you want it.
The bigger 500L Mirror also gets chrome details and mirror caps, fogs and the option of a bi-colour paint job (grey roof) and a choice of 1.4 95 and 1.4 T-Jet 120 engines.
Any of the Fiat 500 Mirror family will cost you £600 over the basic Lounge and Pop Start trims, although you can have the Mirror editions for no extra if you register your interest in the 72 hours from midday today (19 January 2018).