Used fiat 500 For Sale


2011
120 084 km | Manual

Johannesburg
R 99 900



2013
119 052 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 99 995


0877215198

2014
131 882 km | Manual

Joburg North
R 105 900


0877277319

2010
124 854 km | Manual

Pretoria
R 109 995



2014
92 208 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 119 900


0877215198

2012
131 000 km | Manual

Vanderbijlpark
R 119 900


0878134447

2013
90 000 km | Manual

Cape Town
R 119 995


0877252530

2013
116 158 km | Manual

Pretoria
R 139 900



2013
37 229 km | Manual

Pretoria
R 149 900



2013
61 000 km | Manual

Pretoria
R 149 999


0877215264

2016
101 708 km | Manual

Pretoria
R 157 900


0878134227

2017
59 063 km | Manual

Middelburg
R 159 900



2020
21 000 km | Manual

Vredenburg
R 179 950


0210101873

2018
58 000 km | Manual

Pretoria
R 179 999


0877215264

2018
61 000 km | Manual

Pretoria
R 199 900



2017
16 541 km | Manual

Pretoria
R 249 900



2022
1 000 km | Manual

Joburg North
R 279 800



2021
2 800 km | Manual

Joburg North
R 309 900


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More About The Fiat 500

This Italian icon dates back to 1957 when it was first launched as a city car and lovingly known as ‘The Cinquecento’. Fast forward to 2007 and the Fiat 500 is reimagined and relaunched as the powerful beauty we know today. The trend of reimagined classics has proved popular with other classics like the VW Beetle and Mini giving drivers that retro flair.

The modern Fiat 500 is based on the chassis of the Fiat Panda and uses some of its most loved features like the centre dashboard and gearshift lever. By 2012 one million of these beauties had been produced. Fiat credits its popularity (among other compelling attributes) the 500 000 personalisation options!

2016 models received a facelift which featured more than just cosmetic enhancements. Optional Xenon headlights, LED daytime running lights, dual-bar top grille, lower chrome bumper trim and updated customisation options were added to an already superb offering. The interior was reinvigorated with upmarket materials and a unique dashboard. Connectivity is a must for the modern driver and Fiat’s ‘Uconnect’ infotainment concept includes six speakers, and a USB/AUX and Bluetooth connection.

But before we get carried away with the aesthetic appeal of this car, let’s look at the number one reason people love this vehicle: PERFORMANCE. The naturally aspirated 81 kW 1,6-litre petrol engine teams up with a manual transmission and front-wheel drive. From 2018 onwards, the Fiat 500 features three MultiJet II turbodiesel engines in 1,3-, 1,6- and 2,0-litre options.

In terms of safety, this little car packs a punch: 7 airbags, ABS, Hill Assist and Electronic Stability Control.

The Fiat 500 is relatively affordable when it comes to maintenance and repairs but it is advisable to only allow professional, certified operatives to service your vehicle to ensure that it comes back to you in showroom condition. Look for genuine Mopar or equivalent spare parts which are designed to guarantee the reliability and efficiency of a Fiat.

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