Fiat 500 taking over the auto industry


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Fiat 500 still rides high on customer shortlists as far as purchase or lease of new superminis is concerned.

Looking at the official sales figures released in April, this model secured a spot in the top ten listing of best sellers in the UK with a record sale of 2,600 units.

The results also revealed that 80 per cent of the units sold were the 1.2-litre petrol engine editions; a very impressive figure compared to the other sister versions.

There are a number of options available for purchase with popular color choices being Pasodoble Red, Bossa Nova White and Metallic Crossover Black.

Car operators may also go for the 0.9-litre 2-cylinder TwinAir version which witnessed 8 per cent of sales since its introduction in 2010.

Back in 2008, this brilliant Fiat 500 was named the ‘International Car of the Year’, a feat not achieved without great dedication and innovation.

The award came alongside a series of other beautiful awards, among them; Best City Car by Fleet WorldHonours, City Car of the Year, Small and Compact Vehicle and many more.

Individuals in the UK have a whole list of choices when it comes to the purchase of this popular model. The three-door hatchback comes in a number of variations to suit the dynamic nature of the industry.

Over the years, car drivers have had the chance to purchase the Fiat 500 Matt Black, Fiat 500 Pink, Fiat 500 by Diesel and Fiat 500 by Gucci.

For maximum power and great auto-efficiency, the Fiat 500 remains the model to go for in the UK.

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Andrew Kirkley
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  • 12th June 2012

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