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  • velasmooth Posted: 5/12/2010 9:56am PDT

    Interestingly enough the fiat 500 in my opinion is one of my least favourite cars. So any additional replicas no matter from whom.

  • rocket_88 Posted: 6/30/2009 7:58pm PDT

    This thing is car of the year in Europe?? That's funny. I see why Fiat does so well selling cars in The USA. Chrylser designers have a lot of cosmetic work to do or they could just take the easy route and drop a HEMI in it.

  • R2dad Posted: 6/30/2009 10:45am PDT

    Good thing this is a year away--Chrysler will have plenty of time to work on improving their BUILD QUALITY.

  • richard avatar Richard Posted: 6/30/2009 9:47am PDT

    I'm with you--though to be fair, I live in a really urban environment where minicars are a great asset. I'll be curious to see how folks in the 'burbs feel about the 500 family. I'm also looking forward to the 500/MINI showdown that ought to be brewing...

  • Bill Burke Posted: 6/30/2009 8:50am PDT

    This car will certianly not be for everyone, but it has the potential to be a winner for Chrysler. To give Chrysler so much latitude in models,especially the Abarth version, shows trust and commitment on the part of Fiat to this alliance and wise thinking. Unlike Daimler which resented their partners as rivals, Fiat and Chrysler share a survival DNA and so far are making the right decisions for both. Can't wait ot see 500s in America.