Fiat, on something of a roll at the moment, revealed the latest version of the terrific Fiat 500 – the convertible Fiat 500C – at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month, and has now revealed prices for the UK.
The Fiat 500C will be on the roads by the Summer in the UK – ahead of anywhere in Europe, including Italy – and will no doubt prove to be as successful as its tin-topped siblings. Starting point for the 500C is £11,300, rising to £14,100 for the high-spec ‘Lounge’ version.
But even the basic 500C comes pretty well equipped, offering an electric roof, aircon, central locking and a plethora of airbags as standard, making the bottom end of the range probably more appealing. The fun of the 500C is its style, its great ability in town driving and the roof. So why add fripperies when you get all you need on the basic car?
But there is some good kit you perhaps should consider. Fiat’s Blue&Me info system, together with eco-drive, is well worth a shout, so it might be worth adding those to the Pop version.
UK Prices for the Fiat 500C are:
- 1.2 Pop £11,300
- 1.4 Pop £12,500
- 1.3 Mjet Pop £12,700
- 1.2 Lounge £12,700
- 1.4 Lounge £13,900
- 1.3 Mjet Lounge £14,100
And if you do decide to grab one for a bit of Summer fun a you’re not going to lose much in depreciation, so it’s hard to find a reason not to!
Couldnt agree more. I live in central London and the Fiat 500C would make a great daily drive in the summer. But I wouldnt bother with the blue and me Id just have the eco drive. Cheap fun and stylish. the 500C is going to clean up!!!