Fiat 500 Priced From $15,500 to $19,500, 130 US Dealers Named

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer
fiat 500 priced from 15 500 to 19 500 130 us dealers named

Chrysler has announced that the 2011 Fiat 500 1.4 Pop will start at a base price of $15,500 (before destination) with Sport models starting at $17,500 and Lounge versions starting at $19,500. All models are powered by Fiat’s 1.4 liter MultiAir engine, making 101 HP and 97 lb-ft of torque… and luckily the little engine has only 2,400 lbs to move. The base model gets 15″ steelies, cloth and a CD player, while the Sport model adds 16″ alloys, remote keyless entry, cloth/vinyl sport seats and steering wheel, sport suspension and a lightly modified exterior. The range-topping Lounge trim gets 15″ alloys, a Bose stereo, the Microsoft-based “Blue&Me” hands-free media system, premium cloth seats, a glass roof, body-color side moldings and chrome accents as well as a standard automatic transmission and automatic climate-control. Check out the three versions at Fiat USA’s new site… and hit the jump for Fiat’s just-announced list of US-market dealers.

FIAT of Birmingham – AL

Terry Spitzer

FIAT of Little Rock – AR

Steve Landers Jr.

FIAT of Tucson – AZ

John Grant & Doug Moreland

FIAT of N. Phoenix – AZ

AutoNation, Inc.

FIAT of Avondale – AZ

John Grant & Doug Moreland

FIAT of Scottsdale – AZ

Larry Van Tuyl & Coye Pointer

FIAT of Chandler – AZ

Don Luke

FIAT of Irvine – CA

Robert H. Tuttle & Jim Click

FIAT of Costa Mesa – CA

Jonathan Gray

FIAT of Ontario – CA

R.J. Romero

FIAT of San Diego – CA

Joe C. Gardon

FIAT of Thousand Oaks – CA

Andrew P. Shaver

FIAT of Carlsbad – CA

Christopher Baker

FIAT of Roseville – CA

AutoNation, Inc.

FIAT of Concord – CA

Lithia Motors

FIAT of North Sacramento – CA

Carlos Hidalgo

FIAT of Downey – CA

Paul Antepara

FIAT of Long Beach – CA

Bob Davis

FIAT of Palm Springs – CA

Jorge L. Velarde

FIAT of Fremont – CA

Carlos Hidalgo

FIAT of San Francisco – CA

Kent Putnam

FIAT of Puente Hills – CA

Alexander Hwang

FIAT of Torrance – CA

AutoNation, Inc.

Motor Village of LA – CA

Howard Drake

FIAT of Westminster – CO

AutoNation, Inc.

FIAT of Denver – CO

Doug Moreland

FIAT of Hartford – CT

E. Clayton Gengras Jr.

FIAT of Branford – CT

John Lavallee & Robert Lavallee

FIAT of Wilmington – DE

Larry Giacchino

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Randall Dye

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Donald Osborne & R.W. Geyer

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Jim Arrigo

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Ralph Mahalak

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Frank Rodriguez

FIAT of Sawgrass – FL

Jim Arrigo

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Alfred Andrews

FIAT of Fort Myers – FL

Frank Galeana Jr.

FIAT of West Miami – FL

Robert Potamkin, Alan Potamkin, & Walter Ritter

FIAT of Winter Park – FL

John Fields

FIAT of Morrow – GA

Don Jackson

FIAT of Newnan – GA

Don Jackson

FIAT of Buford – GA

AutoNation, Inc.

FIAT of Marietta – GA

Fred Brillanti

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Marc J. Cutter

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John Fields

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Aaron Zeigler

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Michael Bettenhausen

FIAT of Greenwood – IN

Tom Miller

FIAT of Carmel – IN

Fernando Falcon

FIAT of Gary – IN

Cary Bosak & Skip Bosak

FIAT of Olathe – KS

Steve Landers

FIAT of Louisville – KY

Winston Pittman

FIAT of New Orleans – LA

Raymond Brandt

FIAT of Shreveport – LA

Steve Landers & Denny Rogers

FIAT of Norwood – MA

Peter Catanese

FIAT of Peabody – MA

Brian Kelly

FIAT of Cape Cod – MA

Joe Laham

FIAT of Worcester – MA

Herb Chambers

FIAT of Owings Mills – MD

Jerome Fader

FIAT of Glen Burnie – MD

Creston Tate

FIAT of Gaithersburg – MD

Harry Criswell

FIAT of Frederick – MD

Creston Tate

FIAT of College Park – MD

John Darvish

FIAT of Portland – ME

John J. Quirk

FIAT of Clinton Twp. – MI

Carl Galeana

FIAT of Novi – MI

David Fischer

FIAT of Bloomfield – MI

Bill Golling

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Peter Hasselquist & Jack Shimota

FIAT of Brooklyn Center – MN

David Luther

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Louis Fusz Jr.

FIAT of Cary – NC

Rick Hendrick &

Gerald Desmond

FIAT of Omaha – NE

Mickey Anderson

FIAT of Cherry Hill – NJ

Charles Foulke, Jr.

FIAT of Dover – NJ

Eric Nielsen

FIAT of Somerville – NJ

Albert DiFiore

FIAT of Ramsey – NJ

Ray Van Duren

FIAT of Albuquerque – NM

Patrick Melloy

FIAT of Las Vegas – NV

Carolynn Towbin & Josh Towbin

FIAT of Westbury – NY

Joel Sporn

FIAT of Rochester – NY

Ray Helfrich

FIAT of Orchard Park – NY

Bill Loecher & Scott Biehler

FIAT of Albany – NY

Stanley Metzner & Donald Metzner

FIAT of Patchogue – NY

Gary Brown

FIAT of Manhattan – NY

John Monninger

FIAT of Albany – NY

Stanley Metzner & Donald Metzner

FIAT of Staten Island – NY

Joe Manfredi & Nick Manfredi

FIAT of Larchmont – NY

Alfredo Gulla

FIAT of Brooklyn – NY

John Giuffre Sr.

FIAT of Toledo – OH

Jim Yark

FIAT of Akron – OH

Adam Huff

FIAT of Cincinnati – OH

Robert Reichert

FIAT of Bexley – OH

Bobby & Bill Dawes

FIAT of Youngstown – OH

Bob & Chuck Eddy

FIAT of Strongsville – OH

Gary Panteck & Paul Hrnchar

FIAT of Dublin – OH

Dwayne Hawkins

FIAT of Mentor – OH

James Brown

FIAT of Oklahoma City – OK

Bob Nouri

FIAT of Tulsa – OK

Group 1 Automotive

FIAT of Beaverton – OR

Brad Tonkin & Ed Tonkin

FIAT of Allentown – PA

Frank Gerenser III

FIAT of Greensburg – PA

Paul Schimizzi

FIAT of Downingtown – PA

Jeff D’Ambrosio

FIAT of Wexford – PA

Corina Diehl

FIAT of Langhorne – PA

Bruce Toll

FIAT of Providence – RI

Michael Grieco

FIAT of South Charlotte – SC

Damian Mills

FIAT of Nashville – TN

Gary Mathews

FIAT of Memphis – TN

Al Gossett

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Ernesto Ancira Jr.

FIAT of El Paso – TX

Mack Massey

FIAT of Houston – TX

Jack Helfman

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John Garff

FIAT of Austin – TX

Nyle Maxwell

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Alfred Flores & Bruce Glascock

FIAT of Fort Worth – TX

Hershell Hunter

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Ray Huffines

FIAT of Sugar Land – TX

Group 1 Automotive

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Conrad Holt

FIAT of Salt Lake City – UT

John Garff

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S. Rick Gallaer, Jr.

FIAT of South Richmond – VA

James Whitten

FIAT of Fredericksburg – VA

James Gramm

FIAT of Norfolk – VA

Bill Shepherd

FIAT of North Richmond – VA

Frank Pearson

FIAT of Sterling – VA

AutoNation, Inc.

FIAT of Seattle – WA

AutoNation, Inc.

FIAT of Vancouver – WA

Richard W. Hannah

FIAT of Tacoma – WA

Phillip W. Bivens

FIAT of Kirkland – WA

Greg Rairdon

FIAT of Milwaukee – WI

John Bergstrom

FIAT of Kenosha – WI

Andy Palmen

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  • Ciddyguy Ciddyguy on Nov 18, 2010

    I personally can't wait to see them in person. When I saw the prices, I thought they were in line with the Fiesta 5 door, the 4 door sedan is less and even there, I think it starts at $14K. That said, some corrections. If you go into the configurator, click on view details in the pricing box, it'll list ALL of the standard features of each trim. The Pop is very well equipped for the price, making it a fairly good deal when compared to other similar type cars and infinitely less than the Mini. Some of the features standard on the base Pop AC w/ micron filtration Cruise control keyless entry heated electric mirrors 5spd manual power doors and locks ESC/Traction control ABS, 4 wheel disc brakes to name some of the features. trip computer The Sport gains Blue & Me connectivity (I think w/ USB) leather wrapped steering wheel Bose audio 16" alloys fog lamps the Lounge adds Sirrus Sat radio automatic climate controls alarm fog lights and chrome accents From what I gather, the 6spd automatic may well be the dual dry clutch unit talked about and it has a sport shift mode so while no clutch, you CAN shift it if you wish or simply leave it in drive like a conventional automatic. Personally, I think for what it offers, the pricing is pretty decent overall and word is, these cars, as is the Panda it's based on have proven to be fairly reliable in recent years.

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    • Ciddyguy Ciddyguy on Nov 20, 2010

      The sport button simply tightens up the throttle response, adjusts shifting parameters for pure automatic mode for a quicker response and gives I think more weight to the steering. As for the sport shift on the transmission, when you get into the D position, it has an elongated gate with a minus and a plus, the minus above the "D", the plus below, this is where you shift, you nudge the shifter up to downshift, down to up-shift sequentially and on the transmission is the ESC (electric stability control) on/off button. the TCU (transmission control unit) is inside the housing to help manage this feature, but if you just left it alone, the transmission will act like a conventional automatic.

  • Augie the Argie Augie the Argie on Nov 19, 2010

    I would love to drive one as finally we get a cult car within reach pricewise and with available modern technology. The choice of colors are superb as the seat trims and colors. Not much of a deal in the Lounge version. but sure in the Pop and Sport versions. I concur with Stevelovescars that is too bad the red white and green flag stripes are not offered in most configurations.

  • ToolGuy Here is an interesting graphic, if you're into that sort of thing.
  • ToolGuy Nice website you got there (even the glitches have glitches)
  • Namesakeone Actually, per the IIHS ratings, "Acceptable" is second best, not second worst. The ratings are "Good," "Acceptable," "Marginal" and "Poor."
  • Inside Looking Out "And safety was enhanced generally via new reversing lamps and turn signals fitted as standard equipment."Did not get it, turn signals were optional in 1954?
  • Lorenzo As long as Grenadier is just a name, and it doesn't actually grenade like Chrysler UltraDrive transmissions. Still, how big is the market for grossly overpriced vehicles? A name like INEOS doesn't have the snobbobile cachet yet. The bulk of the auto market is people who need a reliable, economical car to get to work, and they're not going to pay these prices.