Fiat New Zealand have released the model range and price details for the Fiat 500 three months ahead of it’s release.
Prices start at a recommended retail price of $26,990 for the Fiat 500 Pop 1.2 and range through nine versions to the range topping Fiat 500 Lounge 1.4 Dualogic at an RRP of $33,990.
While it’s about what I was expecting it seems a little bit expensive compared to the Grande Punto. For comparison a Grande Punto 3 dr 1.4L Dynamic (Manual) is $22,990, a Grande Punto 5 dr 1.9L Sport Diesel is $31,990. Does that mean the Abarth 500, when it arrives, will be up around $35–40,000?
So, what is the trade in value of a ‘93 Fiat Uno 45s with just over 250,000km on the clock? Best not think about that
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Fiat issues pricing and specifications for the new Fiat 500 three months ahead of first cars to meet unprecedented demand and so owners can tailor their cars to their own specifications.
"There can be little doubt, given the demand we are already facing, that the new Fiat 500 will be the most sought-after car in 2008," says Lawrie Malatios.
"Demand in Europe means that there will be little opportunity to expand our allocation, so anyone wanting a 500 in 2008 needs to visit our website or their local Fiat dealer as soon as possible!"