Fiat updates 500 line-up for 2021

Fiat updates 500 line-up for 2021

The full 500 family receives new trim levels and options

Fiat has announced model year updates for its full 500 range, with updated models benefitting from rejigged trim levels and new personalisation. 

The 500 hatch, 500X crossover and 500L MPV have all benefited from the tweaks, along with a restructured trim level line-up, which now includes Pop, Connect, Dolcevita and Sport on all models. The 500X also has a special ‘Cross’ grade, too. 

A new Sicillian Orange colour joins the range on all models, while in the cabin the models are available with new blue fabric seats and a Techno Blue dashboard.

Meanwhile the updated 500X is available with new camouflage-patterned seats as standard. On the 500L, Fiat has extended the list of standard kit on the ‘Sport’ model, which now includes 17-inch alloy wheels, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and autonomous emergency braking. 

Fiat has also introduced new option packs across the models.

These include a ‘magic eye pack’ – adding front parking sensors, adaptive cruise control and blind spot monitoring – along with a ‘comfort pack’, which brings climate control Xenon lights and automatic lights and wipers.

Prices for the new range start from £13,270 for the 500 hatchback, £15,920 for the 500C convertible, £9,860 for the 500X SUV and £18,030 for the 500L MPV. Order books for the refreshed range open in February.

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