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The Fiat brand demonstrates its creative spirit once more with the new Fiat 500L: a marriage of functionality and emotion, it features a 5-seater single-volume structure which is 414 cm long, 178 cm wide and 166 cm high. It is a further development of the concept of 'cab forward' introduced by Fiat with the 600 Multipla, a precursor to the concept of the compact people carrier. Disadvantages:
The petrol engine versions of the new Fiat 500L is shown to have some shortcomings with neither of the units being especially strong. The Twinair engine does sound too noisy and though the car is very desirable buying one could be a tad expensive on recession-stricken pockets. Summary:
Produced at the Fiat factory in Kragujevac, Serbia, the new Fiat 500L is a 'first car' for those who won't settle for anything less than Italian style, the versatility that comes from a functional design and engine technology that sets the bar in terms of efficiency. New FIAT 500L Review:
The new 500L - the L stands for 'Large' - is the latest addition to the 500 range. It follows the Abarth and Cabrio versions and is expected to further the brand's strategy, with the aim of extending its offer by introducing models in a position to satisfy different types of customers.
With the 'L', the 500 expands and grows together with customers, to accommodate new experiences and needs once more.
With MPV passenger space combined with the feel of a small SUV on the road and the restrained dimensions and efficiency of a B segment car, the new Fiat model defies the conventional distinctions between the various segments, combining the typical characteristics of different categories in order to create a distinctive alternative to the traditional B and C segments.
The Fiat 500L was introduced in Europe in the last quarter of 2012, with an engine range which initially comprised of two petrol engines (TwinAir and 1.4-litre) and a turbodiesel engine (1.3 MultiJet II) and the most advanced, state-of-the-art technology from Fiat Group Automobiles.