Pricing for the updated Fiat 500 range has been revealed, with entry-level model costing £10,160. A new range-topping Cult trim has also joined the lineup priced from £13,060, with the soft-top 500C taking prices up to £17,960.
Biggest changes on the updated model are the additions of a new 105bhp 0.9-litre TwinAir turbo engine and top of the range Cult trim. The small-capacity engine is mated with a six-speed manual gearbox and gets from 0-62mph in 10 seconds. Fiat claims the new model is capable of returning 67.3mpg and emission of just 99g/km.
Standard kit across all Pop, Colour Therapy, Lounge, S and Cult trim levels includes hill hold assist, seven airbags, stop/start, daytime running lights and electric windows and mirrors. Another new addition is a revised TFT display screen, which relays key vehicle data info such as fuel consumption, range and distance travelled back to the driver.
Cult models are based on the existing Lounge specification and alongside the air conditioning, 15-inch alloy wheels and Bluetooth, customers also receive climate control, rear parking sensors, fixed glass sunroof, leather upholstery and larger 16-inch wheels.
If the soft top 500C is more to your taste you’ll have to pay between a £2,500-£3,000 premium depending on spec. All models are now on sale.