2015 FIAT 500 Values

Select a 2015 FIAT 500 trim level

2015 model year changes

For 2015, the Fiat 500 family sees mostly minor changes. A new 6-speed automatic transmission is key among them, optional on Abarth model. A new instrument panel features a 7-inch display with thin-film-transistor (TFT) technology. Bluetooth streaming audio is new as well. The FIAT 500L is new for 2014. The 500L adds two more doors and lot more practicality to the successful FIAT 500 formula. With much more interior space, getting five people comfortably into a 500L is a breeze. At the same time 500L remains light and nimble, still boasting extremely good mileage numbers. FIAT has also released the 500e in select markets. The 500e is the all-electric version of the FIAT 500, maintaining all of the 500's charm in a more environmentally friendly package. It is currently only sold in California.

Competitive comparison

Nimble, responsive driving feel; good gas mileage; Abarth model's track-ready performance; flamboyant exterior; practical, stylish interior

Special features for 2015

The FIAT 500 is a small 4-seater with cute looks and great fuel economy. It's relatively inexpensive, but does have some upscale pretentions, with some trims competing directly with rivals like the MINI Cooper S. Like much more expensive Italian cars, the FIAT 500 offers more customization potential than is typical for an inexpensive small car. With a FIAT Studio system at dealerships, buyers can customize with interior and exterior accessories, striping packages and more. FIAT 500 Abarth models also live up to the "small but wicked" approach that inspired the 1960s-era performance models before. The idea is to offer high performance in a small car, with a dash of Italian exotic personality and pedigree. Safety is also a strong point for the 500; it's been named an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick.
You can choose from either a compact sedan or a hatchback with the Fiat 500, each comes with a number of trim levels, but the most popular is the standard Pop trim. This includes 15” aluminum wheels, power accessories, cloth interior, 50/50 rear folding seats and Bluetooth connectivity to the six-speaker stereo system. You can upgrade to a higher trim level to get things like 16” alloy wheels, sport-styled interior, sports-tuned brakes and suspension, fog lights, premium Alpine stereo system, rear spoiler, glass roof, retractable cloth convertible roof (on the 500C model), heated seats in the front, optional leather upholstery, auto-dim mirrors, parking sensors, and a number of other options like a TomTom navigation system and arear wind deflector. With the Pop trim level, you will get a standard 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 101 horsepower and 98 pound-feet of torque; it can also be upgraded to a faster engine with turbo. All FIATs come with a standard 48-month/50,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.