Buyer's Guide


With the discontinuation of the pint-sized 500, the blobby 500L, and the Miata-based 124 Spider, Fiat only has the 500X crossover to offer new car buyers. That said, it's worth considering for drivers who want something cutely designed and a bit different.


Least Expensive: Your cheapest bet would be a base Fiat 500X Pop, which starts at $26,335.


Sportiest Look: With the 124 Spider discontinued, your closest bet would be the 500X Sport. It offers no legitimate performance upgrades save for wider standard tires, but the trim-specific front and rear styling, unique front seats, sport steering wheel, and available 19-inch wheels differentiate the Sport from the rest of the range.

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