Buying a new Fiat 500 Mirror, regardless of body style, will immediately provide you with the latest infotainment tech as standard, not to mention a new livery with chrome details and special badges.
Fiat has already opened the order books for the new 500 and 500L Mirror, with the 500X Mirror scheduled to join the fun next month. The entry-level price of £13,965 is for the Fiat 500 Mirror 1.2 69HP, while the flagship 500X Mirror 1.4 MultiAir 140 DCT will set you back £20,750.
Mirror models feature the 7″ Uconnect HD LIVE system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. The system also has Bluetooth, text reader, voice recognition and USB ports.
Starting with the Fiat 500 Mirror, it’s based on the Lounge trim and can be purchased as a convertible or a hatchback. New styling additions include the chrome mirror caps, 16″ alloys and black upholstery with white detailing. The 500 Mirror is available exclusively with the 1.2-liter 69HP engine.
Go for the 500L version and you’ll get the same chrome details, plus a Mirror badge on the pillar and fog lights – this model builds on the Pop Star spec. Its new bi-color Venezia paintwork and grey roof are optional extras, as are the grey mirror caps. The model’s engine line-up features the 1.4-liter 95HP petrol and the 1.4-liter T-Jet 120HP.
Last but not least is the Fiat 500X Mirror, which also builds on the Pop Star trim but features satin chrome details, 17″ alloys and Bi-Xenon headlights. Customers get a Blue Jeans matte paint as an exclusive option, along with the satin chrome roof bars. The exterior color also extends to the dashboard fascia and seat upholstery, with blue stitching accents.
The 500X Mirror can be ordered with the 1.6-liter E-Torq 110HP petrol or the 1.4-liter MultiAir 140HP, the later also available with DCT.