Fiat 500 Electric (2021 on)

5
reviewed by Anonymous on 22 December 2021
5
reviewed by Ethan Edwards on 19 December 2021
4

La Prima 118 42 kWh 2dr

reviewed by Anonymous on 9 September 2021
4
Overall rating
5
How it drives
3
Fuel economy
5
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
5
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
2
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

Nice but

Excellent car for the ladies, no left foot space between the brake & bulkhead unless you have very small feet.
Very dark inside the cabin, due the interior roof being black, once the roof is open of course it’s daylight.
When the roof is fully open you have no rear visibility to the rear from the interior mirror, 3/4 open it’s fine.
The ( unconnect) system is very complicated to set up, to activate it you must have a 4G signal.
The Fiat contact button in the car works well, as my wife destroyed a front tyre due to catching a kerb edge, recovery was quick
the replacement tyre was £116. They are special tyres for electric traction.
The included charger is excellent, 240 volt easy but slow, I got an electrician to upgrade the Fiat easywall box to 7.4 kw so a fast charge is available.
The acceleration is amazing for a small car, mileage done 300 so not able to give a true evaluation of the car’s potential.
Overall I do like the car but it needed a bit more consideration & care switching from left to right drive.
I bought the 3 year service plan from the dealer at £299. No idea if it’s good or bad.

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reviewed by Anonymous on 16 August 2021

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