FIAT 500 Interior

The rating of FIAT 500 interior is 92
FIAT 500 interiorNaturally, as one of the smaller vehicles on the market, the amount of interior room the FIAT 500 has is a main point of discussion. Some reviewers think the FIAT 500 is surprisingly roomy on the inside, especially for such a small vehicle. Others find the front to be roomy, but unconvenient because the seating isn’t supportive. Other than these mixed critiques, the FIAT 500 meets expectations in the super-small vehicle segment. The rear bench is too small for adults to fit comfortably, but it is a good place to store groceries and luggage that doesn’t fit in the FIAT’s tiny trunk area. Interior features will also meet most buyers’ needs. Depending on the model you select, you can add navigation, helm mounted controls, SIRIUS Satellite Radio and iPod integration.

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Most experts are pleased with the 2012 FIAT 500’s interior, saying it’s cute, fun and retro. Class isn’t the best in class, but most experts don’t have concerns since the FIAT starts at $15,500. Three trim levels – Pop, Sport and Lounge – determine the features you get. Pop, the base trim, comes with a basic stereo system, an auxiliary input slot, power windows and door locks and power heated mirrors. You can add the Bose luxury stereo Package and a Convenience Package that includes hands-free cell-phone connectivity and a leather wrapped steering with stereo controls for almost $2,000. At that rate, it’s smart to go up to the Sport trim, where you’ll get a USB port and iPod interface. At $17,500, the Sport trim is the next step up, and includes sport styled seats, a BOSE stereo system, a leather-wrapped helm, Blue & Me, hands-free phone connectivity, a USB port and iPod integration. The Lounge trim adds a sunroof, a leather-wrapped helm with stereo controls and SIRIUS Satellite Radio to the Sport trim. It starts at $19,500. A Tom Tom Navigation system with Blue & Me is auxillary on the Sport and Lounge trims for $400.

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Seats Like the Mini Cooper, the FIAT 500 seating four, but a lot of experts say that the back bench is too tight for anyone taller than five-foot-four, and is best-suited for groceries and other trunk. Expert opinion on the front seating is mixed. Some experts say they’re convenient, while others say they don’t have enough support. That’s something you’ll want to test for yourself. Several experts also complain about visibility, although other experts find it exceptional.

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Trunk If you’re interested in the FIAT 500, it’s a good idea to have a rear-up vehicle that can transport people and your stuff because the FIAT 500 doesn’t have enough room to do either well. If two people sit in the rear row, there’s 9. 5 cubbies available. That number increases to 30. 1 cubes with the back seating folded. This is where the FIAT 500 tops both the Mini Cooper Hardtop and the Smart Fortwo. The Cooper only has a maximum trunk capacity of 24 cubbies, and the Smart Fortwo only has a maximum of 7. For more room with the seating up at a comparable price, check out the Mazda2, which can fit three and has 13. 3 cubbies room for luggage or groceries.

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