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Fiat Models Are About to Get a LOT Cheaper

Nov 21, 2016



Fiat models are getting much cheaper in the U.S. starting next year.

In September, it was reported that Fiat would make its models cheaper, cutting prices by at least five percent for most of its 2017 lineup. Now, Automotive News reports the Italian automaker will cut the sticker prices of some models by up to $5,205, dropping the starting price of its cheapest model under $15,000 excluding destination.

The document was reportedly sent to Fiat dealers this month, with the Fiat 500 Pop dropping from $16,995 to $14,995 excluding the $995 destination fee.

Seeing the biggest price drop is the Fiat 500C Abarth, going from $26,995 this year to $21,490 in 2017, before shipping charges.

Based on the document, the 2017 Fiat 500 Cabrio will start from $16,490 excluding destination, while the Fiat 500L will have a starting price of $20,995. The Fiat 500X will remain mostly unchanged starting from $19,995.



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Fiat Chrysler cuts prices on Fiat 500s in boost to U.S. competitiveness
Nov. 23, 2016

Fiat Chrysler (FCAU -0.2%) is cutting prices on its Fiat 500 vehicles by as much as $3,900 and offering dealers financial support, as it scrambles to keep its lineup of small European city cars afloat in a U.S. market drawn to pickup trucks and SUVs.

The Fiat 500 will be reduced 12% to $14,995 in 2017, down from $16,995, a more comparable price to GM's $13,000 Chevrolet Spark and Ford’s Fiesta, priced at $14,090; the subcompact 2017 Fiat Pop starts at $14,995, also $2K less than the 2016 model.


The average sales incentive on a Fiat sold in October exceeded $5K, according to Autodata, vs. a $3,500 industry average; also, dealers have 128 days’ of unsold Fiat supply on their lots as of Oct. 31, according to WardsAuto.com, far exceeding industry norms.

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