The compact crossover market is booming and Fiat want in, with their contribution being the Fiat 500X, a car which follows the success of their popular 500 city car. Sharing a style with the 500, the Fiat 500X has a larger platform, as well as 4WD. Buyers can get their hands on two versions – one rugged and one chic – whilst engine choices are nice and varied. Let’s take a closer look at what it offers.
Engines And Ride Quality
The way the new Fiat 500X drives will depend on which engine and gearbox setup buyers opt for. The top-of-the-range 2.0-litre MultiJet diesel variant develops 138bhp and comes with a wallet-damaging price tag (seriously, it will leave a crater in there) but its weakness isn’t just its price but also the fact that you can only pair it up with 4WD. All other engines and gearbox choices give consumers a choice to
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