Used 2016 FIAT 500X Prices
The Fiat 500x comes in three trim levels and is nicely appointed in the base model. Standard outfitting includes: 16” wheels, vanity rear spoiler, cloth upholstery, fold-flat passenger seating and a basic audio system. Upgrade the trim level and you can add larger 17” wheels, remote entry/start, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 6.5” touchscreen with parking camera and GPS, HD radio, powered and heated front seats, premium sound system, leather upholstery, collision mitigation system, hill-start assist, 60 cubic feet of storage (when the rear seats have been folded down) and plenty more. Powering the Fiat 500x is a turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that gets 160 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque.Read more Read less
The Fiat 500X is a brand new model for Fiat in 2016. After the successful launch of the 500L in 2014, Fiat continued to look for new ways to bolster their lineup, eventually deciding that a small crossover vehicle fit the bill. The 500X is what they came up with. The 500X differentiates its self from the 500L through the availability of all-wheel drive, by a slightly taller stance for more ground clearance and by its more rugged styling. The 500X is also available with a bigger engine than anything else in the Fiat lineup.
Small but practical; available all-wheel drive; cheeky styling; decent ground clearance; efficient drivetrains
The Fiat 500X is pretty unique proposition for a crossover vehicle. Most crossovers are based on large sedans, but the 500X is more similar in size to a subcompact. As a result, the 500X is better on fuel and much easier to maneuver in the city. Parallel parking should be a snap with the 500X's relatively small wheelbase. Pricing for the 500X starts at about $20,000 so in addition to being smaller than most other crossovers, it's much less expensive as well.