Italian giant, Fiat, has a far smaller lineup here in Australia, with the pint-sized Fiat 500 remaining its primary offering for buyers in the market for a relatively cheap and charming small hatch to run around town that offers a heap of style and impressive fuel economy figures.

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Fiat is one of the largest automakers in Europe, with the former Fiat-Chrysler group commanding no less than 10 brands under the umbrella, including Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Jeep, Fiat, Dodge and Chrysler.

Fiat-Chrysler has since merged with the PSA Groupe which included Peugeot and Citroen, creating the automotive giant Stellantis, which is the parent company of 14 brands now.

Fiat is sticking with its micro hatchback, the Fiat 500, as its primary player in the Australian market, as well as a high-performace 500 variant from its performance arm, Abarth, and maintaining a number of light and heavy-duty trucks for the commercial sector.

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Fiat’s vehicles start from $23,100 for the entry-level Fiat 500 Lounge hatchback, with prices rising to $25,800 for the 500 Dolcevita, while the all-new battery-electric Fiat 500e is priced at $52,500.

Fiat’s Ducato commercial van lineup is priced from $52,050 for the entry-level medium wheelbase variant, while the Ducato long wheelbase is priced from $56,200. 

Opting for Fiat’s extra long wheelbase Ducato brings the price up to $60,700. Keep in mind that prices listed here are subject to change and do not include on-road costs.

Fiat packages its vehicles, including Fiat’s passenger cars and its high-powered Abarth lineup with a three-year, or 150,000km warranty, while its Professional lineup of commercial vans receive a three-year, or 200,000km warranty. 

This includes coverage for any costs for parts and the required labour to fix any issues related to a manufacturing issue or fault, but does not include coverage for consumables like batteries or tyres.

Fiat’s 500 hatchback has received relatively positive reliability scores online, with rankings of around 3.3 stars out of five, or just over 7 out of 10 when it comes to overall reliability. This means that Fiat 500s can indeed be deemed a reliable vehicle, so long as a few important aspects are met. 

This includes servicing and maintenance work carried out on time at each specified interval, which helps to keep all the important hardware operating within their specifications.

If a Fiat’s engine has been properly maintained, reports suggest the engine block powering its 500 hatch and the Ducato van are capable of lasting anywhere between 320,000 to 400,000 miles with a high quality maintenance history.

In Australia, the Fiat 500 is powered by a ‘Multiair’ 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine that is produced in house by Fiat, and features some clever valve timing technology that actually resulted in the engine being awarded the 2010 International Engine of the Year. 

Fiat also produces a range of other engines for the 500 lineup overseas including a 0.9-litre two-cylinder turbo known as the TwinAir, 1.0-litre three-cylinder known as the GSE FireFly mild hybrid and a 1.3-litre four-cylinder diesel. 

Fiat’s engine powering the Ducato van comes in the form of a 2.2-litre turbo-diesel unit which is paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission.

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