/Fiat 500L Prices Announced For UK Market

Fiat 500L Prices Announced For UK Market

Fiat 500L prices at Fiat 500L Prices Announced For UK Market

Fiat 500L, the mini-MPV version of the 500, goes on sale in the UK starting from £14,990. The “Large” 500 not only brings more practicality to the party than its two-door brother, it comes with lots of features and equipment, which makes the car good value, considering that starting price.

There are two basic trim levels, Pop Star and Easy, which cost the same but have different features. The standard kit include 5-inch touchscreen radio, Bluetooth, six airbags, ESP stability programme, body-coloured electric door mirrors, cruise control, leather gearknob and steering wheel. Pop Star gets stuff like body-coloured dashboard, alloy wheels and side door, while easy adds parking sensors, a soft-touch dashboard and electric rear windows in addition to the standard equipment, to attract drivers looking for greater comfort.

So even in it’s basic trims Fiat 500L is very well equipped. Every version of the 500L is a five-star NCAP car.

You also have a wide range of engines to choose from, including TwinAir and MultiJet units. You have the TwinAir 0.9-litre petrol (105hp), 1.4-litre 16-valve petrol (95hp), 1.3-litre 16-valve MultiJet diesel (85hp) with manual or MTA transmission, and 1.6-litre 16-valve MultiJet diesel (105hp).

Here’s the full pricelist:

Model Total OTR Total
1.4 Pop Star (95hp)  £14,990
0.9 TwinAir Pop Star (105hp) £16,490
1.3 MultiJet Pop Star (85hp) £16,490
1.3 MultiJet MTA Pop Star (85hp) £17,390
1.6 MultiJet Pop Star (105hp) £17,490
1.4 Easy (95hp) £14,990
0.9 TwinAir Easy (105hp) £16,490
1.3 MultiJet Easy (85hp) £16,490
1.3 MultiJet MTA Easy (85hp) £17,390
1.6 MultiJet Easy (105hp) £17,490
1.4 Lounge (95hp) £16,390
0.9 TwinAir Lounge (105hp) £17,890
1.3 MultiJet Lounge (85hp) £17,890
1.3 MultiJet MTA Lounge (85hp) £18,790
1.6 MultiJet Lounge (105hp) £18,890

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