Most Discussed

Other 500e Stories

Other Fiat Stories

© 2017 MNM Media, LLC. Privacy Policy is applicable to you. All rights reserved. About LeftLaneNews

/
Basic Specs
Base Price
$31,800
Drivetrain
Front Wheel Drive
Curb Weight (lbs)
2980
City (MPG)
122
Hwy (MPG)
108
Horsepower
111@N/A
Torque (lb-ft)
147@N/A
Wheelbase
90.6
Length (in.)
142.4
Width (in.)
64.1
Height (in.)
60.1

  • $0

    Step 1 - Trim

    Style

    • Close

      500e (available only in California or Oregon))


      • Industry-Best 108 MPGe Highway Rating[[EPA estimated miles per gallon of gasoline equivalent (MPGe). Actual mileage may vary.
      • EPA-Estimated Fuel Consumption Rate of 29 Kilowatt Hours (kWh) Per 100 Miles.
      • 24- kWh Lithium-Ion High-Voltage Battery
      • Range Indicators and Routing Smartphone Application with Remote Telematics
      • Heated Front Seats and Mirrors
      • Antilock Regenerative Brake System
      • Approximately 4-Hour Charging with Level 2 Charger
      • Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC)
      • Bi-Halogen Projector Headlamps
      • Electronic Stability Control
      • 15-Inch Low Rolling Resistance Tires
      • 147 lb-ft (200 Nm) of Torque and 111-hp (83 kW) Electric-Drive Motor
      • Electronic ??Push-Button?? Shifter
      • TomTom with Voice-Activated Commands
      • Available eSport Package
      • BLUE&ME Hands-Free Communication Interface for USB, MP3 and iPod Mobile Device
      • Seven Airbags
      • SiriusXM Satellite Radio

      Info
    Next
    Total Price:
  • $0

    Step 2 - Options

    $0

    Packages

    • Close

      eSport Package


      • Black Matte Aluminum Wheels With Orange Accent
      • Black Trimmed Lights
      • Orange Mirror Cap With Body Side Stripe

      Info

    $0

    Exterior

    • Close

      15-Inch Aluminum Wheels w/ Orange Accent


      • N/A

      Info
    • Close

      15" x 5.5" & 15" x 6.5" Aluminum Wheels


      • N/A

      Info
    • Close

      Power Sunroof


      • N/A

      Info
    • Close

      185/55R15 Tires


      • N/A

      Info

    $0

    Interior

    $0

    Powertrain

    • Close

      83 kW Electric Motor (111 hp / 147 lb-ft Torque)


      • The FIAT 500e uses an 83-kW electric-drive motor that delivers 111 horsepower and 147 lb-ft of torque.

      Info
    • Close

      Single Speed Transmission


      • The single speed transmission on the FIAT 500e transfers the output from the electric-drive motor to the wheels. A direct-drive reduction gear enables lower electric motor input speeds, decreased battery usage and more efficient use of vehicle energy with increased torque output capacity and smooth acceleration.

      Info
  • Step 3 - Get a Local Quote

    Now that you have determined the retail price of your ideal Fiat 500e, use our Dealer Price Quote tool to see if you can get a better deal!

    • Zip Code
    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • Address
    • Phone
    • Email
    • Contact Me
    • Select

    This is a free service and you are under no obligation. Simply select your vehicle, provide basic contact information and you will receive your no hassle price quote from a trusted local dealer.

    Your information is not shared with third parties

Now

Vehicle timesharing marketplace Fair.com scores $1b in investments

BMW and Penske Automotive Group were among investors who contributed $1 billion in funding to Fair.com--a "flexible ownership" platform designed to help coordinate ownership benefits among customers who do not wish to own a car full-time, TechCrunch reports.   http://tcrn.ch/2yXfhf1

 9h

Lotus celebrates 70th Anniversary with Elise Cup 260

Based on the track-focused 250 model, the Lotus Elise Cup 260 will be a 30-unit production run meant to celebrate the company's 70th anniversary.   http://bit.ly/2yV8F0w

 10h

First take: 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

"[T]the S-Class remains the pinnacle of Mercedes-Benz luxury."   http://bit.ly/2yWa6Ma

 11h

Consumer Reports gives Tesla Model 3 average rating

Consumer Reports gave the Tesla Model 3 an average rating for reliability. The publication rated the car based on data gathered from Model S and Model X owners, explaining much of the components found in the 3 also equip Tesla's bigger models.   

 13h

China's Changan to stop building gas engines in 2025

Under pressure from the local government, China's Changan has announced it will stop building gasoline-powered engines in 2025 to focus on battery-powered drivetrains. We expect several Chinese automakers will make similar announcements in the coming weeks.   

 14h

Mercedes-Benz details G65 Final Edition

Mercedes-Benz is gradually killing off G-Class variants as it prepares to introduce a brand-new model early next year. The V12-powered G65 is riding into the sunset with a limited-edition model named, appropriately, Final Edition. It receives edition-specific tweaks such as bronze accents inside and out. Production is limited to just 65 examples worldwide.   

 15h

RIP: Australia's car manufacturing industry

General Motors is closing its Holden factory today, putting an end decades of auto manufacturing in Australia. Holden was the last car factory Down Under; Ford and Toyota both shut down their facilities in recent months.   

 16h

Mercedes-Benz airbag recall affects 495k cars

Mercedes-Benz is recalling nearly half a million car in the United States over an airbag issue. Grounding problems can cause the airbags to deploy without warning, according to a safety bulletin. The campaign affects B-Class, C-Class, E-Class, GLA, GLC, GLK, and CLA models built between 2012 and 2017. Owners of affected vehicles will be notified by mail.   

 17h

Tesla Model X scores low on reliability

The Tesla Model X is one of the least reliable cars in America, according to Consumer Reports. The electric crossover suffers from issues with body hardware, paint and trim, and the climate control system.   

 18h

Alphabet invests $1 billion in Lyft

In a further blow to Uber, Alphabet's CapitalG has invested $1 billion in ride-sharing giant Lyft. "This brings Lyft's post-money valuation to $11 billion," the company said in a statement.   

 19h