The Fiat 500 Abarth and Turbo models are getting a bit more boring, but they’ll more accessible to the general consumer.
Fiat is an Italian automaker known for building small cars, as well as aircraft and trains. The Fiat 500 being sold in America marks Fiats return to the US after 25 years of absence. Fiat acquired the Chrysler brand family in 2009. Models to watch: Fiat 500,500L
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Fiat is recalling 19,500 500L vehicles due to a problem with the transmission that is affecting its shifts.
Pricing for the Fiat 500 1957 Edition has been announced, with the retro-inspired compact going on sale at $21,200 including destination.
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The Fiat 500L is getting a new top-trim level, known as the 500L Beats Edition, along with two new engine options in the European market.
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Having completed its planned acquisition of Chrysler, Fiat has announced that the Auburn Hills, Mich. automaker will now be called “Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).”
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Fiat has now acquired the last remaining shares in the Chrysler Group, which is now officially a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fiat.
Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne will remain at his post until at least 2017.
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Fiat has finally reached an agreement with the UAW’s VEBA Trust to purchase the remaining 41.46 percent stake that it does not own.
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On the heels of General Motors announcing its decision to effectively pull Chevrolet from Europe, a new report suggests Fiat is planning to pour nine billion Euros ($12.3 USD) into its European operations to boost sales.
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It seems like it was just yesterday that the Fiat 500 made its official North American debut at the LA Auto Show, but that was three years ago.
To celebrate 57 years of its iconic model, Fiat has released a special 1957 Edition variant of its popular 500 compact car.
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