Fiat 500L City Cross launches in Europe

Although it's not coming to the UK, the jacked up Fiat 500L City Cross MPV features bold new colour schemes and more equipment as standard

Fiat has launched a new model to the 500L range with the addition of the City Cross. However, it's currently only destined for customers in Continental Europe and won't go on sale in the UK initially. 

The City Cross is distinctive from the standard 500L MPV, with its design based around the 500 supermini, thanks to beefed up bumpers and skid plates, revamped grille and a raised ride height by 25mm. Climate control, cruise control and 17-inch alloy wheels come as standard on the City Cross, while there are nine colours to choose from for the body, such as the new Sicilia Orange paintwork.

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There are plenty of engines options, too, starting with the 1.4-litre petrol producing 95bhp, followed by a 105bhp 0.9-litre TwinAir, while the range topping engine is the 1.4-litre TwinJet with 120bhp. The 1.4-litre T-Jet is also able to run on bi-fuel and LPG gas. 

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The 500L City Cross interior has new standard equipment such as a 3.5-inch colour display screen, Bluetooth connectivity and voice control. Optional extras include a seven-inch HD touchscreen and Apple CarPlay that’s also compatible with Android Auto.

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