Fiat 500 from under £100 + VAT

By Clare | 26th March 2013 | Category: Fiat | Leave a comment


The Fiat 500 brings retro glamour to the forecourt, combining compact dimensions with the build quality you would expect from a car twice its size!

Saving you up to £72 a month, Nationwide Vehicle Contracts is now offering the Fiat 500 from as little as £96.95 + VAT…

Distinctively bold headlamps and sleek chrome door handles set the Fiat 500 aside from competitors, making it the ideal lease choice for those seeking something a little different. There are opportunities aplenty to customise your little 500 so that it really suits your personality.

Inside, the amount of space on offer is surprisingly generous. Unique two-tone seats hold you snugly when on the move and a sophisticated climate control system keeps you cool and comfortable. Whatever the conditions outside, you will be sure to enjoy a ride in the Fiat 500.

We think a deal worth snapping up is on the Fiat 500 0.9 TwinAir Colour Therapy, available to lease from only £107.95 + VAT…

Driven by a frugal yet nippy 0.9 litre TwinAir Turbo unit, this 500 is perfect for urban driving. Returning up to 70.6 miles to the gallon, running costs will never break the bank. Emissions of just 92g/km are amongst the lowest in its class. A tight turning circle and precise steering make easy work of squeezing into tight spots.

The Fiat 500 0.9 TwinAir Colour Therapy is well equipped and features the following items of specification as standard:

  • Air conditioning;
  • Dualdrive PAS;
  • Folding rear seatbacks;
  • MP3 compatible radio/ CD player;
  • Special paint.

If you are tempted by the snazzy Fiat 500, simply follow the links above to find out more. Alternatively, call to speak to a member of our team on: 0844 482 9595.

Prices based on a 4 year BCH and exclude VAT, initial payment and processing fee. Terms and conditions apply. Limited stock available.

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