I have always been a huge fan of the Fiat 500, even the original version. I feel that it has a lot more style than the Mini, although that is just a personal opinion. Not every version of this wonderful model is a hit though, as the 500L to me is a bit of a failure, and so the introduction of the 500X could help seal its fate.
To me that extra tall model seemed to do away all that good work Fiat did by bringing the model back and making it a huge success; it just seemed as though the Italian carmaker had left the airline on and kept blowing the 500L up to its desired size.
Many reviews seem to agree with this view and so we have to wonder just how long Fiat will keep going with the 500L, as we have already heard from several sources that the 500X could drive the other model into extinction, but would you agree with this?
Fiat 500X review positivity — From the many reviews that we have seen on the Internet there seems to be a general consensus that this latest creation from Fiat will be a bit of a hit because it joins a very popular market. This new model has the looks to back up a great platform, far better than we could say about that dreaded L model.
We have included a video review for your viewing pleasure below, and if you are still interested, then we have details on the Fiat 500X UK price list.
The entry-level model will cost you £14,595, whereas the Opening Edition starts at £17,595. There are many more options on trim levels available to you, details of which can be found on the Fiat UK website.
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