With an entrance heralded by the vocals of J-Lo, Fiat has taken the dance floor of the American auto industry by storm.  Through its tumultuous history and near collapse, Fiat retreated to its roots, which date back to 1899.  Rebounding in 2005 with reinvented and reimagined autos, they are now the smooth, sexy Italian we can’t wait to get our hands on.

The latest addition to the Fiat line-up is the 2014 Fiat 500L.  The 500L is the quirky big brother in the Fiat family line-up we have seen jetting around town.  Featuring 123 cubic feet on the inside, the FIAT 500L has state-of-the-art technology, great  convenient storage, generous headroom and legroom (big surprise in such small car), and  stylish leather-trimmed, heated front seats, and a 360-degree views of the surroundings, a luxury that can’t be found in other cars. This model will make you feel comfortable wherever you drive. 

With four stylish models; Pop, Easy, Trekking and Lounge, the 500L has something special for any driver.   All models come with a standard 1.4 Liter I4 MultiAir ® Turbo Engine, disc brakes, and a zippy 6-speed transmission all neatly packed in a sturdy, yet compact lenght of 13 feet frame.  

The sumptuous Italian styling is in every detail of this ca, including  seats that comfort and cradle, from the lower-end models that feature cloth seats to the high-end offers heated leather front seats with 4-way lumbar  support. All models are loaded with a Beats audio system with full media hub which satisfies everyone, especially the audiophile and techno-geeks among us. 
 
The 500L’s four models Pop, Easy, Trekking and Lounge retail for an MSRP of $19,100 - $24,195, respectively.  All models come with a 50,000 mile/48month basic and powertrain warranties, 48 months of unlimited roadside assistant, and boast enough safety and security features to make OSHA blush. 

These models are great options for any driver.  I can guaranteed you that he new Fiats will make your driving experience larger than life. 

 


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