2019 FIAT 500X Pop

$  21,495 
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FIAT 500X Details

Grigio Argento (Gray Metallic)
23,716 Miles
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About This 2019 FIAT 500X

CARFAX 1-Owner, GREAT MILES 23,716! JUST REPRICED FROM $23,750. Grigio Argento (Grey Metallic) exterior. Back-Up Camera, All Wheel Drive, Turbo Charged, POPULAR EQUIPMENT GROUP, MOPAR ALL WEATHER PACKAGE - PLUS, Aluminum Wheels. AND MORE!OPTION PACKAGESDeep Tint Sunscreen Glass, ParkSense Rear Park Assist System, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Automatic Headlamps, MOPAR ALL WEATHER PACKAGE - PLUS MOPAR Wheel Locks, MOPAR Front & Rear Slush Mats, MOPAR Rear Splash Guards w/Logo, MOPAR Cargo Area Slush Mat, MOPAR Front Splash Guards w/o Logo.DISCOVER THE LUTHER ADVANTAGEThe Luther Advantage is a complete and comprehensive package of benefits designed to make buying-and driving-a vehicle from the Luther dealerships a pleasant and convenient experience. From the peace of mind that comes with a 5 Day-500 Mile Return or Exchange Policy, 30 Day 1,500 miles Full Warranty and 60 Day 2,500 miles Limited Powertrain Warranty and Free CARFAX Reports & Clean Title Guarantee on pre-owned vehicles, as well as providing Luther customers with full range of valuable savings at participating Holiday Stationstores including 10 cents off a gallon, $6 for The Works car wash among other advantages and guarantees. As much as we like satisfying customers, we like keeping them even more.WHY BUY FROM US?Discover the Luther Advantage At FIAT of Minneapolis we have strong and committed specialists with many years of experience satisfying our customers' needs, and look forward to the opportunity to introduce you to the Luther and FIAT brand!Check whether a vehicle is subject to open recalls for safety issues at safercar.gov

Features & Options

  • POPULAR EQUIPMENT GROUP -inc: Deep Tint Sunscreen Glass ParkSense Rear Park Assist System SiriusXM Satellite Radio (subscription required) Automatic Headlamps
  • MOPAR ALL WEATHER PACKAGE - PLUS -inc: MOPAR Wheel Locks MOPAR Front & Rear Slush Mats MOPAR Rear Splash Guards w/Logo MOPAR Cargo Area Slush Mat MOPAR Front Splash Guards w/o Logo
  • Turbocharged
  • All Wheel Drive
  • Power Steering
  • ABS
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Brake Assist
  • Aluminum Wheels
  • Tires - Front All-Season
  • Tires - Rear All-Season
  • Heated Mirrors
  • Power Mirror(s)
  • Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
  • Rear Defrost
  • Intermittent Wipers
  • Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers
  • Rear Spoiler
  • Power Door Locks
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Automatic Headlights
  • MP3 Player
  • Steering Wheel Audio Controls
  • Auxiliary Audio Input
  • Bluetooth Connection
  • Pass-Through Rear Seat
  • Rear Bench Seat
  • Adjustable Steering Wheel
  • Trip Computer
  • Power Windows
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • Keyless Entry
  • Power Door Locks
  • Keyless Start
  • Keyless Entry
  • Power Door Locks
  • Cruise Control
  • A/C
  • Cloth Seats
  • Bucket Seats
  • Driver Vanity Mirror
  • Passenger Vanity Mirror
  • Floor Mats
  • Remote Engine Start
  • Keyless Start
  • Smart Device Integration
  • Power Windows
  • Power Door Locks
  • Trip Computer
  • Security System
  • Immobilizer
  • Traction Control
  • Stability Control
  • Traction Control
  • Front Side Air Bag
  • Tire Pressure Monitor
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Front Head Air Bag
  • Rear Head Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag Sensor
  • Knee Air Bag
  • Back-Up Camera
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2019 Fiat 500X Urbana Edition Review

Fiat’s most enticing model receives a new engine this year in addition to an urban-inspired trim called the Urbana Edition. But does this all-wheel drive subcompact crossover still have what it takes to win over new shoppers?
Fiat’s U.S. return has been nothing short of a disaster. Sales are down 54% this year, dealers are bailing, and the car that heralded the comeback and is currently their best-seller, the 500, was just discontinued leaving the Italian brand with just 3 models, 1 of which is produced by Mazda. Concerning the 500X; Fiat sells only around 100 per month. That being said when I first drove it in 2015, it seemed very promising. Back then you could still get one in front-wheel drive. Now, all 3 trims ranging from the $25,000 base Pop model to the $30,000 Trekking Plus come standard with all-wheel drive and a new for 2019 1.3-liter turbo, replacing both the 2.4-liter Tigershark and 1.4-liter turbo. Also exiting is the 6-speed manual – the 9-speed auto now takes over all gear changes. Refreshed styling inside and out, a big torque bump for improved acceleration, and an MPG increase to 30 miles per gallon highway highlight the changes.
And in Italian style, Fiat gives shoppers plenty of opportunities to stylize their ride, like this Urbana Edition available on the Trekking model for an extra $895. It adds black exterior features, standout copper accents, upsized 18” wheels, LED headlamps, yellowish fog lights, and a very cool chevron-patterned seat fabric with copper logos. I appreciate quirky and individual so this 500X has a look that appeals to me…it certainly won’t be mistaken for anything else on the road. Remember, it shares a platform with the Jeep Renegade so there’s nearly 8” of ground clearance – another 500X distinction. So you step up into this one and sit pretty high for a little guy. Spaciousness for 5 and cargo seems decent until you look at the stat sheet of a Honda HR-V and realize Fiat has a long way to go to match that kind of smart packaging. There’s a new steering wheel and instrument cluster with an infusion of solid Chrysler electronics including new safety features such as Adaptive Cruise Control and the beeping sounds of Front Park Assist. Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path Detection are also on hand. And I always appreciate auto high beams and rain sensing wipers. The infotainment system features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, on-board navigation and the simple touchscreen intuitiveness of Chrysler’s UConnect, now with faster processing and higher res graphics. My tester also has the upgraded 8-speaker Beats sound system with subwoofer but the audio quality is forgettable. The passenger seat is height adjustable – something most automakers in this class skimp on – and ambient lighting around the inset speaker grilles is pretty cool.
So here’s what to like about the 500X: standard all-wheel drive, big ground clearance, very peppy engine and the Urbana touches look pretty cool.
On the downside, it all just feels so rudimentary - and at times a little crude, especially for a car costing over $32k. Some of the touch points and electronics sounds feed into that impression. And the steering is completely void of feel while the 9-speed auto is often abrupt.
Or is it the abrupt engagement of the disconnecting all-wheel drive system once it kicks in? Either way, the 500X can be a head snapper. The 177 horsepower and 210 pound-feet of torque give it some oomph and the engine stop start system is one of the smoothest on the market. But those seeking driving enjoyment beyond errand running will be disappointed. There’s a Sport mode that adds very little other than a buzzier engine and a Traction + setting for slippery conditions. But it’s tall nature, lack of lateral grip and artificial steering hinder back road fun. Off the beaten path, the 500X expresses a more desirable nature where it feels more attuned to slow-speed adventure seeking.
As-tested, the MSRP is $32,755. That’s about $10,000 more than I’m comfortable with especially when the Jeep Renegade holds more appeal.