The Fiat 500c retains the full doors and framed windows from the hardtop 500, but has a full cloth top that can be lowered at speeds up to 60 mph. Think of the design of more as a panoramic sunroof than a full convertible design like the Mini. The top can also be opened partially, acting like a large sunroof.
Fiat has announced that the pricing for the 500C will start at $19,500 for the entry-level Pop model. If you were hoping for a droptop Sport version of the 500c, you’re out of luck. The 500C will only be available in the Pop and Lounge variants. The 500c is powered by the same 101-hp 1.4L MultiAir four-cylinder as the 500. When it’s mated to the five-speed manual transmission, the 500c gets up to 38 mpg on the highway.
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