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One of the most stylish cars of its type, the Fiat 500 is everything something in its range should be. It’s well suited to the frugal, thanks to its fuel economy and reliability, and seems well at home when being driven around narrow city centre streets.



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£4,299

Finance from £91.58 pm
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  • 2009 (59)
  • Manual
  • Wakefield
  • 60,686 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£4,499

Finance from £96.05 pm
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  • 2008 (08)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 44,008 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£4,499

Finance from £96.05 pm
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  • 2008 (58)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 43,272 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£4,499

Finance from £96.05 pm
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  • 2009 (59)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 37,995 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£4,799

Finance from £102.76 pm
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  • 2010 (60)
  • Manual
  • Wakefield
  • 33,027 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£5,199

Finance from £101.01 pm
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  • 2012 (62)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 25,444 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£5,299

Finance from £105.36 pm
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  • 2012 (12)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 30,730 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£5,499

Finance from £110.66 pm
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  • 2011 (11)
  • Manual
  • Wakefield
  • 29,470 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£5,699

Finance from £109.25 pm
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  • 2012 (12)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 28,580 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£5,799

Finance from £113.83 pm
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  • 2013 (13)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 29,359 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£5,999

Finance from £116.15 pm
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  • 2012 (12)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 23,021 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr
£5,999

Finance from £129.57 pm
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  • 2009 (59)
  • Manual
  • Manchester
  • 13,159 mi.
  • Petrol
  • Hatchback 3dr

Key Facts

The 500 manages to be a car of class, with its fabulously finished interior, while you’ll find that there a lot of options, even on the used market, when it comes to finding a model with all your desired pieces of tech and trim.

Cheap to run, you’ll find four engine variants available, three petrol models and one diesel, with one (the TwinAir 0.9) even claiming 105bhp – which is good for a little runner like this. The Fiat 500 also has a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.

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Why buy a Fiat 500?

A big selling point of the 500 is the amount of options available, even on the used market. No matter whether you’re looking for sporty aesthetics or sophistication, there’s a model out there for you.

If fuel economy, style and practicality are what you want from driving, the Fiat 500 is ideal. It’s also rated as being super safe and, when bought used, is great value for money. Aimed at students, young professionals and the like, all will get a kick out of driving one of these.

Which Fiat 500 is right for me?

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An ideal first car: Fiat 500 Pop

An ideal first car: Fiat 500 Pop

As the entry-level 500, it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles that a more expensive model might come with. However, for the price, you get plenty of style, while it’s reliable to boot. The Pop is ideal for a student or graduate looking for their first car.

You’re on a budget: Fiat 500 Lounge

You’re on a budget: Fiat 500 Lounge

Near enough to be a top-spec 500, the Lounge has plenty of kit inside, including Bluetooth phone connection and air-conditioning. It can struggle to keep up on the motorway, but for urban driving, it’s a sensible, safe and cost-effective option.

For style: Fiat 500 S

For style: Fiat 500 S

The 500 S is the most stylish and among the most nimble, harking back to the Italian manufacturer’s heyday in the 1950s and ‘60s. It’s one for those who want to look good behind the wheel without paying a premium for the privilege.

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What are the Alternatives?

For style at a cost: Mini One or Mini Cooper

For style at a cost: Mini One or Mini Cooper

If there’s one car in class which is as iconic as the Fiat 500, then it’s the Mini Cooper. What’s the difference between the Mini One and the Mini Cooper? The One is the base model, so it has fewer extra chrome bits and the like as standard than the Cooper, which you should find has a higher spec engine.

Regardless of which you choose, this revamped version – which rolled off forecourts in 2001 – still offers the same thrills as a classic ‘60s model. However, even on the used market, you’re likely to end up paying around £2,000 more for a Mini, than a 500.


Used Mini One or Mini Cooper

For style at the same price: Citroen DS 3

For style at the same price: Citroen DS 3

Something which is altogether sportier, the Citroen DS 3 certainly ticks that box better than almost anything else on the market. It’s not just sporty in appearance, but in nature too, as you’ll find that it’s more than nippy enough to cope with any narrow city streets.


Used Citroen DS 3

For style at a cheaper price: Vauxhall Adam

For style at a cheaper price: Vauxhall Adam

This cute Vauxhall has something of a Fiat 500 look about it; therefore it comes as little surprise that the two cars are available for a similar price.

While it may not have the same pedigree as the 500, the Adam’s sporty variant – the S – puts out almost 150 BHP, while the whole range comes in a variety of colours and trim pieces.


Used Vauxhall Adam

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