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Fiat 500X

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Fiat 500X SUV (2018 - )

The 500X takes the retro styling of Fiat's popular 500 hatchback and transfers it to a compact SUV format. Customers for this type of car have lots of choice, including cars that are objectively better, but if you're sold on the looks and prepared to overlook its flaws, the 500X has much to like about it.
Our verdict

Is the Fiat 500X a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Fiat 500X running costs

Is it economically good?

Fiat 500X safety

How well it assists you to stay safe.

Fiat 500X features

Driver technology, media, and styling.

Fiat 500X reliability

How durable it is.

Fiat 500X interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Fiat 500X performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Our expert review

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Prices for the 500X are average for the class, being more or less on a par with the Nissan Juke and Renault Captur but lower than those of the Ford Puma and Volkswagen T-Roc.

However, the 500X doesn’t have particularly great predicted resale values compared with these rivals, which over the course of several years of ownership could mean higher overall costs.

The cost of service, maintenance and repair is also likely to be higher, while . comparing fuel economy figures for the 1.0-litre engine in the 500X with rival equivalents doesn’t reflect well on the Fiat either. Overall, the 500X won’t cost too much to own but it doesn’t make as much financial sense as its key rivals.
Prices for the 500X are average for the class, being more or less on a par with the Nissan Juke and Renault Captur but lower than those of the Ford Puma and Volkswagen T-Roc.

However, the 500X doesn’t have particularly great predicted resale values compared with these rivals, which over the course of several years of ownership could mean higher overall costs.

The cost of service, maintenance and repair is also likely to be higher, while . comparing fuel economy figures for the 1.0-litre engine in the 500X with rival equivalents doesn’t reflect well on the Fiat either. Overall, the 500X won’t cost too much to own but it doesn’t make as much financial sense as its key rivals.

Fiat 500X buying and leasing deals

With 412 new and 649 used Fiat 500X cars available on Auto Trader, we have the largest range of cars for sale across the UK.

BRAND NEW DEALS

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NEW & USED CARS

Find 1061 new & used Fiat 500Xs

LEASING DEALS

Find 17 Fiat 500Xs to lease

Price range

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

FireFly Turbo
£8,995 to £27,220
Find 566 cars
MultiAir
£6,395 to £26,870
Find 470 cars
Cross Plus
£5,489 to £26,870
Find 254 cars
MultiJetII
£5,489 to £11,995
Find 208 cars
City Cross
£8,995 to £25,725
Find 175 cars
Sport
£16,490 to £27,220
Find 163 cars

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Leasing deals

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