Fiat 500 range gets 2021 update

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The Fiat 500 contract hire family has been completely refreshed for 2021 with new colours and trims.

The Fiat 500 family has been updated with every model receiving new colours, interiors and trim levels to help boost their car leasing attractiveness.

The Fiat 500 consists of the 500, the 500X as well as the 500L with each trim receiving a high spec.

For example, the Fiat 500 Pop trim, designed to be the affordable entry into the iconic range, has extra colour paint choices and new fabric blue seats being added.

For those wanting more technology, then the Fiat 500 Connect trim offers the 7-inch Uconnect infotainment system that features smartphone compatibility and DAB radio.

There’s also a new matt silver dashboard and the seats have been paired with it.

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The contract hire Fiat 500 Connect also offers parking sensors, cruise control, 15-inch alloy wheels and a sports steering wheel that features audio controls.

Fiat says that the 500X Connect model now has a techno-leather steering wheel that features audio controls, black seats and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Drivers wanting to lease the 500X Connect also get tinted rear windows, parking sensors and fog lights as well as rain and dusk sensors.

Not to be outdone, the Fiat 500L Connect features 16-inch alloy wheels as well as body-coloured door mirrors.

The new 500 Dolcevita offers fine aesthetic details and exterior styling.

The interior has a body-coloured dashboard, a glass sunroof, with the exterior having 15-inch alloy wheels and chrome-plated details on the body.

The 500 Dolcevita Plus lease

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There’s also the option of a two-tone livery, while the 500 Dolcevita Plus lease has a 7-inch touchscreen with 3D satnav, automatic climate control and 16-inch alloy wheels.

The 500X Cross trim features a camouflage-patterned centre panel, 19-inch alloy wheels, automatic air conditioning and a roof rack is fitted as standard.

For those wanting even more equipment, the 500L Cross adds rear parking sensors, rain and dusk sensors, 17-inch alloy wheels and automatic air-conditioning. There’s also the option of black leather seats.

The range-topping trim is the Sport which features a dedicated Sport badge, 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic air conditioning, electric heated seats and a new titanium scheme for the dashboard.

The 500 family as a leasing choice

Fiat says the additions will boost the attraction of the 500 family as a leasing choice, with options include the ‘magic eye’ pack that adds parking sensors and a rear camera.

There’s also the ‘comfort pack’ which offers adjustable seats, air-conditioning and LED headlights.

The style pack will add privacy glass, LED lights and chrome details.

Engines for the 500 range consist of 1.0-litre hybrid petrol engine with emissions of between 114 to 122g/km.

The 500X has the option of a turbocharged 1.3-litre diesel engine with automatic transmission, while the Fiat 500L has a 1.4-litre petrol engine producing 95hp for those wanting to lease it.