FIAT 500 TwinAir [from 2010]

  • Used model
  • Petrol, City car
  • 875cc (0.9 litre), Manual 5-speed, door
CO2
95 g/km
MPG
69 mpg
NGC Rating
28
The NGC Rating expresses a vehicle’s environmental impact as a score ranging from 0 for the greenest cars to 100+ for the most polluting.

FIAT 500 review

NGC verdict 26.02.2016

There are a lot of good city cars around at the moment, but one of the most well known and popular is Fiat's 500. The stylish little Italian machine is easily recognised and can be seen all over Britain. A new one has recently hit the roads though so Next Green Car has had one on test to find out what it's like living with a fashion icon.

Review by Chris Lilly

Review by Chris Lilly

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Whole life cost index
0
The NGC Whole Life Cost Index expresses a vehicle's total cost of ownership for a private (non-business) driver based on 3 years with 10,000 miles average annual mileage.

Fuel
Economy

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Official MPG is combined figure from NEDC test cycle; Real MPG is estimated based on real world driving conditions; Fuel cost is an indicative figure based on Real MPG and petrol price of 106.7p/litre.
Official MPG
69 mpg
4.1 litres / 100km
Real MPG
57 mpg
5 litres / 100km
Fuel cost
8.6 p/mile
Fuel price
107 p/litre

Vehicle
Emissions

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Official CO2 emissions from the NEDC test cycle. Euro standard, NOx and PM (particulates) are official air quality measures. Env Ratings are part of the NGC Rating. GHG = Green house gas rating – measures the impact of lifecycle CO2, AQ = air quality and measures the lifecycle impact of air quality emissions including NOx and particulates.
Official CO2
95 g/km
Tailpipe only
Euro std
5 euro
NOx:34 PM:0
mg/km
Env Ratings
36GHG
AQ16
0 = least polluting

FIAT 500 TwinAir [from 2010] key information

  • Practicality
    door, seats
  • Engine Size
    875cc (0.9 litre)
  • Transmission
    Manual 5-speed
  • Engine Power
    HP / PS
  • Acceleration 0-60
    seconds
  • Top Speed
    0 mph / 0 kph
  • NCAP Safety Rating
  • Congestion charge
    £11.50

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