Used 2015 Fiat for Sale
Reviews for 2015 Fiat
Zippy little thing
I am 5'3" and fit well into this car. I also have 3 teenagers who fit somewhat comfortably in the car with me. My model is a manual transmission and I would not consider an automatic for this small of a car. Downshifting makes driving in the snow much more manageable. The interior is relatively quiet. My daughter drives a 2012 Subaru Impreza and says the Fiat interior is much quieter than her car. Storage inside the car is challenging but also manageable with a little thought and creativity. Driving on the highway gets about 37-40 mpg. Generally I am happy I have the Fiat 500 and hope it last me a long time. Parking in the city is a breeze too.
- Ride and Handling: handles like a sports car
- Value: works for me
- Fuel Economy: 37-40 mpg highway
- Visibility: major blind spot is managed by an extra bubble mirror on side mirror but it takes getting used to
- Weather Versatility: Might want to consider all-weather tires in MN
- Interior Space: Interior space is a premium for this car
A Joy to Drive Everyday
This make and model is perfect for the commute to work, school, or any activity! It's not meant to move furniture or carry more than 4 people at a time but for the daily average duties this car is fantastic! The "Sport" model is a dream and it is so fun to drive. I look for any reason to make sure that that's the car I use to drive just because I enjoy it so much! Either as driver or as a passenger it's a nice ride.
- Fuel Economy: For under $20 in this economy you can fill up easily.
- Value: Cannot beat the Carmax price.
- Ride and Handling: Drive so smooth and for the sport portion you get a firmer steering.
- Cargo Space: You can't move mountains in this one but it'll carry some groceries or shopping bags.
Amazing fun in a tiny package!
This is, hands down, the best little car I've owned. It handles corners like a champ and hits a top speed of 131mph on the track with no trouble. Could use a 6th gear though. From the Bluetooth connectivity to the turbo boost, this Abarth is awesome!! I've crammed a 49" TV, still in the box, into this thing and I've taken a trip with fire people in the car. I can tell you, my passengers enjoy it nearly as much as I do. The only car that beats this one in size is the Smart ForTwo but double the power. It isn't the fastest nor the most powerful, but it's aerodynamics allow for keeping up with friends on the track without trouble.
- Power: With 170lb/ft of torque and 160hp pulling 2,500lbs, it makes for a great hot hatch.
- Fuel Economy: I can get as high as 38-40mpg on the highway or as low as 18mpg on the track. My foot is absolutely heavy so my avg around town isn't that great. Hitting the torque band and playing with the gears, I avg 20mpg, but again, that's driving it without a care in the world. When I first started driving it and I was more energy conserving, I was avging 28mpg.
- Interior Space: This thing is HUGE inside. So much room in fact that I can have 3 passengers in the car, excluding myself, and ride in complete comfort.
- Ride and Handling: It's hard to pick a con but this is no regular 500. This car is made for the track and mountain roads. The ride is not what you may be used to. It's very stiff and the ride can be considered rough by some, depending on the road surface.
- Technology and Entertainment: I feel like the software could be better. Everything works the way it should but either there isn't HD radio or idk how to access it.