Used 2012 FIAT500 Sport Hatchback

  • VIN: 3C3CFFBR0CT366725
  • Stock: 57772B



  


Odometer
78,040 miles
Fuel Economy
30.0/38.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Red
Interior Color
Nero (Black)
Body/Seating
Hatchback/4 seats
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
1.4L I-4 cyl
FIAT 500
  • Carfax Free

Highlighted Features

  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Rear window wiper
  • Alloy wheels
  • Heated door mirrors
  • Spoiler

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

27/34 City/Highway MPG

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Awards:
* 2012 IIHS Top Safety Pick (built after 7/11) * 2012 KBB.com 10 Best Coolest Cars Under $18,000 * 2012 KBB.com Top 10 Coolest New Cars Under $18,000

Reviews:
* Combining European style and heritage with a starting price of $16,000, the 2012 Fiat 500 bridges the gap between the sportier, pricier Mini Cooper and the more pedestrian Toyota Yaris. If you like the big personality of the Mini Cooper but would gladly sacrifice some performance for a more comfortable highway ride and a lower price, you'll find the Fiat 500 worth a look. Source: KBB.com
* Adorable styling; Sport and Abarth models' capable handling; excellent fuel economy with manual transmission; surprisingly spacious for two people. Source: Edmunds

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.4Out of 5
  • Fast and Fun little car

    By Sledge on Friday, December 15, 2017

    5.0
    Ive owned this for about a year now and put 10,000 miles with no problems minus the body molding having a slight separation which was covered under warranty. I get great gas mileage and its a blast to drive. Great with the top down and always gets the looks. People are always asking what kind of car it is. Ive owned many cars but this one is near the top as far as wanting to drive it in the twists!
  • Great little car

    By Paul on Tuesday, April 16, 2019

    5.0
    Handles well gets super mileage. Average 38 mpg over 37K miles. On the highway at 65-70 gets 42-45 mpg
  • Superb Value for Money

    By Mainemotorguy on Wednesday, February 27, 2019

    5.0
    I bought this car second hand from a Ford dealer in as-is condition. The car was filthy and scraped up. I paid 2K under book, and used $200 of the savings to fix the paint and to have it cleaned. Once I took delivery of it, I was hooked. The peppy little 4 pot wont set the world on fire, but it may set a fire in your heart. You cant help but smile when the little engine revs high does a little back fire. In town you can zip through traffic at a good clip, acceleration is very good for its size (you feel like you're doing 50 at 35), but not fast (topping out at around 90). My particular car had always been dealer maintained and always had 93-octane run in it so I continued the pattern. Servicing comes every 5K at about $130 a whack, including wipers and other incidentals. Tires run about $65 a piece on the 16" wheels, and the ride from those wheels is well... jarring. The suspension is very sporty in the sport model (which mine is), it grips and goes without hesitation. I have pushed mine to the limits on a private road and it took a LOT of work to get it to come loose. The economy of the car is polarized. If you drive it sensibly and make an effort to keep the RPMs down it is possible to get 450 miles out of a tank. My best recorded MPG was 50 in town and 68 highway. But if you drive for smiles per gallon over miles per gallon you can expect 26 city and 38 highway. This car is quick, but not fast. You feel as though you are in a rocket in town from the noise and the feeling of the road, but when you get onto the interstate that image all but falls. The 5-speed manual will make the little engine tach at 5500 when cruising at 80mph, a sixth gear would be a great addition, but alas Fiat wont make it so. The ride can be tiring on the highway for stretches in excess of 3 hours due to the noise from an engine revving at 5500 rpm. The build quality of the exterior is comparable to a mid 2000s Lincoln (my previous car), its solid albeit a touch tinny, and well screwed together, all gaps are equal and the repairs are relatively straightforward. The interior feels a touch cheap compared to the likes of the Ford Fiesta, due in no small part to the lightly designed door cards and minimalist dashboard. But it is all screwed together well and VERY easy to upgrade, I replaced my doorhandles with brighter chrome, and it took me 15 minutes. The upgradability and customizability of this car reminds me of a 1990s Honda, its easy and straight-forward with no tangle of wires underneath. Parts are plentiful and inexpensive, with major components being relatively inexpensive to replace, I had my clutch redone for under $300. The stock stereo is brilliant, with mine I got Bose Efficiency surround sound which blow my old alpine speakers from the old Lincoln out of the water. The interior has no squeaks or rattles, and the cloth headliner is easy to clean should you accidentally explode some soda in the back seat. The back seat is very small and only good for small trips or more realistically, storage. Its best to consider this car a sporty 2+2 rather than a family hatchback. I normally have the rear seats folded (nearly flat I might add), to make the cargo area more usable. I managed to fit a disassembled 6'X3' dinning room table in the cargo area with the seats down! The seats are firm but not uncomfortable and the headroom is awesome. I am 6'3 and fit in the front seat without it being all the way back, with about 3" of headroom even with the sunroof! The sunroof is large and quick and has minimal buffeting at speed. When open, the car feels like a convertible to drive, especially with the windows down. Being from Maine I deal with relatively rough winters, especially out in the boondocks where I live, and with snow tires the 500 does very well! Right up to 4" of snow in which you start to make a plow out of your air dam. The climate control has dealt with sub-zero Maine winters with ease, getting up to 75* in about 5 minutes, and dealt with Florida summers with ease getting down to 68* in about the same. This car is a fun little piece of Italy that wont bankrupt you if you take care of it. Use the right fuel and don't ride it hard and put it away wet and this machine will last. With 8 Maine winters under my cars belt there is 0 rust anywhere on it! The 500 makes a phenomenal city car, commuter car, weekend cruiser, first car, and college car; but I wouldn't push it if you have kids or large pets. It is an Italian city car after all, and god knows European roads aren't that big (I know the car was made in Mexico but still). I love this car so much I bought a second Fiat to go with it. You cant beat the price, specs, quality, and fun of these cars; I've had cars from dozens of makes but the soul and spirit of the Fiat's trumps them all. The 500 3-Door Hatchback is Quick, fun, cheap to buy, cheap to fix, cheap to run, cheap to insure, easy to customize, and above all else an easy to love addition to anyones family. They've got soul, treat them well and they will treat you well.
Some vehicles may be subject to manufacturers safety recalls that for various reasons may not be repaired prior to sale. You may also check for open manufacturer recalls here at https://vinrcl.safercar.gov/vin

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