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2018 FIAT 500L

Fiat’s 500L hatchback for 2018 gets a mild exterior makeover, with new front and rear fascia and new wheels. New standard features include the ParkView rearview camera, 7-inch Uconnect infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus a TFT (thin film transistor) cluster display, revised center console and new parking brake handle.

2017 FIAT 500L

The Fiat 500L hatchback for 2017 sees its model lineup simplified to just three trims: Pop, Trekking and Lounge. Last year’s 6-speed manual and Euro twin-clutch automatic transmissions are dropped, leaving only a 6-speed automatic paired with the 1.4-liter turbo.

About FIAT 500L

In the 2018 Fiat 500L, the Italians have created a contemporary small hatchback every bit as cute and clever as the Kia Soul, Mini Countryman and Toyota CH-R. The front-drive 500L lacks the tidy proportions of the car upon which it is based, but it has a kind of awkward adorableness that can draw one in. The 500L also offers a modern and well-appointed interior, numerous options and excellent fuel economy. However, there are some important points to consider. During the 500L’s short time in this country its resale and reliability rankings have been less than stellar. For just a bit more money, one could move up to the more versatile and better-looking all-wheel-drive 500X.

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