Lot 143 - 2014 Fiat 500 Lounge
|Odometer reading||33,598 miles|
|Result||Sold - £4,480|
The Fiat 500 is a rear-engined, small city car that was manufactured and marketed from 1957. Some 50 years later, Fiat previewed an all-new three-door hatchback 500 model in March 2007. The design of the 2007 Fiat 500 is based on the 2004 Trepiúno concept car. The new model features distinctive retro styling, following the pattern of the Volkswagen Beetle and BMW Mini, as modern re-interpretation of Dante Giacosa’s 1957 original Fiat 500. Production started in mid-2007 in Fiat facilities in Tychy, Poland. Numerous trim equipment and performance versions are offered.
Originally registered on 8th August 2014 this Fiat 500 Lounge presents in beautiful condition. The white coachwork is virtually unmarked as is the two-tone interior. These are deceptively spacious cars and the panoramic roof further enhances the roominess feel to the interior. The aesthetics of the Fiat 500 is certainly pleasing and they are certainly nice to drive with good ergonomics. This car was subject to a category S insurance claim in 2018 and has been professionally repaired. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 14th November 2023 together with the original handbooks. Benefiting from cheap road tax (£31.50 per year) this 1242cc Fiat will also be inexpensive to insure and offers very good fuel consumption. The modest mileage of 33,598 is confirmed by the MoT history. A great fun car for a very modest outlay.
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