Buyer's Guide

FIAT

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: The 124 Spider is no longer on the table, but although there's no truly sporty Fiat, your closest bet would be the 500X Sport. It offers no legitimate performance upgrades, 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.

Most Expensive: If you're trying to spend a lot of cash on a Fiat, the 500X Trekking Plus is your best bet. It's based on the off-road-inspired Trekking model and adds leather seating, LED headlights, an upgraded infotainment system, and heated front seats. The Trekking Plus will set you back at least $31,240.

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