The 2014 FIAT 500 is five levels of color, including the Turbo and Earth
And also available as a Coupe or convertible. The 2014 Fiat 500 is a stylish two-door entirely suited to the urban environment. It is offered as a convertible, the 2014 FIAT 500c, which is covered separately in this area.
Now in its third year, the American coast, the 500 program extended to include five trim levels: Pop, Sport, Lounge, Turbo, and high-Earth service. The color Turbo debuted in 2013 and bridges the gap between the tamer models 500 and Earth reasonable crazy, get the most powerful turbocharged engine and a sports suspension and some tweaks styling.
Styling The 500’s often called ‘cute’ brief because of its profile and small size. Up front headlamps circular that flank a grille slim highlighted by the famous FIAT logo in the center. There is more than just a little old-school VW Beetle design in the 500’s. Fog lights, power sunroof, and a large glass roof, which lets a sunny optional extra.
2014 FIAT 500 Interior
Inside, the 2014 FIAT 500 is as stylish as it is outside. Previously dominated by a large red plastic body trim piece around the instrument panel and covers most of the passenger side of the dash. There are four seats in the 500 officially, but we would not recommend putting people like this extended Backseat car. 2014 FIAT 500 standard features include remote entry keyless, cruise control, air conditioning, Bluetooth communication, input and USB/iPod. Automatic temperature control and Beats Audio By Dre are optional.
2014 FIAT 500 Engine
Under the hood there are three engines are. Engine, available in Pop, Sport and Lounge models is a 101-horsepower, -1.4 liter four-cylinder is mated to a manual five-speed or automatic transmission. The turbo model includes a 135-horsepower, turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder is mated to a manual five-speed. The third engine found in the 500 EARTH, a 160-horsepower, turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder produces 170 pounds-feet of torque and is mated to a heavy-duty five-speed manual. The Earth also has a very complete its Tuning, which means that the girth of a small, two-door comes with a great exhaust note. Fuel economy estimates are 31 MPG city and 40 MPG on for 500s and the engine, while the Turbo models 28/34 MPG / highway
2014 FIAT 500 Safety
The 2014 FIAT 500 safety may be a concern for those buying a small car, but not fear, the Fiat 500 won Pick IHS Top award for safety of its operation in crash tests. Standard safety features include seven airbag, antilock brakes, electronic stability program, and active front head boundaries.