Resurrected in 2007, the Fiat 500 continues to charm the public with its crisp face. Used models abound on the market. And there are ways to do good business.

Fiat got it right by relaunching the legendary 500 in 2007, fifty years after the launch of the first generation of the yoghurt pot. On its own, it represents the Italian dolce vita, that time when Italy lived calmly in the midst of the post-war period.

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The 21st century 500 immediately made a tobacco. The first used models were worth more than new! It took, it is true, six months or more to receive its copy. Based on the second-generation Panda, the 500 received robust but also daring mechanics like the Twinair.

Fiat 500: a safe bet

Almost fourteen years later, the Cinquecento is still in Fiat’s catalog, as the city car continues to sell well. With its adorable face and its many customization possibilities, its resale value remains high although there are many examples on the second-hand market.

Today it is possible to afford a 500 second hand with low mileage and a few options. A 2013 model called phase 1 with 90,000km, with air conditioning, panoramic roof, MP3 radio-cd but also front fog lights, can thus be exchanged for € 6,490.

A copy of the same period but with 75,000km and the digital dashboard will cost 7,900 €. On the other hand, a relifted model at 55,000km, less well equipped, will cost the same price. In short, it’s up to you to better succumb to the Italian charm! Meeting on Auto Plus Used.

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