Following an impressive 2015 sales year across the brand, Fiat has hit the ground running in 2016 with a splash of new available colors, new technology and upgraded driving features for the 500 models.
A car’s color should reflect its driver’s personality, and Fiat has introduced a new line of unique shades to add a new intangible to the Italian driving experience. New colors include Celeste Blu, Grigio Cenre, Latte Menta, Rhino and Spitfire Orange for the 500 and 500c models; Bianco Perla Tri-Coat, Celeste Blu, Giallo Modena Perla, Grigio Cenre, Laser Blu, Rhino, Spitfire Orange, Verde Chiaro and Verde Oliva for the 500 Turbo models; Bianco Perla Tri-Coat, Celeste Blu, Giallo Modena Perla, Grigio Cenre and Rhino for the 500 Abarth and Abarth Cabrio models; and Grigio Cenre and Rhino for the 500e model.
“The new Fiat colors are made to pop and stand out from the crowd,” said Josh “Chop” Towbin, co-owner of Towbin Automotive. “We are seeing a strong interest in the new models and colors and have some great deals to find the right car for each driver.”
In addition to the new color schemes, the 2016 Fiat 500 models come equipped with Uconnect 5.0 touchscreen radio as a standard amenity. Features include AM/FM radio, integrated Bluetooth and voice command and a versatile media hub with USB and auxiliary ports, adding dimension and performance to the already groundbreaking technology found throughout the vehicle.
The 2016 Fiat 500X is taking Fiat to new levels in the crossover segment, remaining true to the Fiat DNA while expanding on the capability of the Fiat 500 family with available all-wheel drive and a special disconnecting rear axle, as well as advanced powertrains that include two-engine options and an available nine-speed automatic transmission.
Staying true to Fiat’s consistent dedication to safety, the Fiat 500X recently was named a 2015 Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety when equipped with optional front crash prevention.
More information is available at www.fiatlv.com.