The wagon variant of the Fiat 500 has the “L” in its name for “Large” and is the replacement for the 600 Multipla. It is about two feet longer than the standard 500 Coupe and will go on sale in Europe in the last quarter of this year. Engine choices include a 1.4L and TwinAir standard gasoline engine in addition to a 1.3L turbo MultiJet II.
The Fiat 500 family now consists of a standard three-door, a cabriolet, a high-performance Abarth version, and now the 500L. Stay tuned to Autoguide as we’ll be at the official unveiling of the 500L at the Geneva Motor Show.
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GALLERY: Fiat 500L
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