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Fiat, pronounced ‘FEE-uht’, is one of the oldest automotive brands in the world. Established in Turin in 1899 by Giovanni Agnelli, it has been recognised since its inception for the creativity of its designs and the talent of its engineers. Although best known for its city cars and superminis, Fiat has also manufactured railway engines, military vehicles, tractors and commercial vehicles. In 1971, the brand acquired Abarth, which has since become known as Fiat’s performance subsidiary, with models based on the iconic Fiat 500.
Today, Fiat remains in the Agnelli family, and its vehicles continue to epitomise the playful flair and passion that first made them popular. John Elkann, great-great-grandson of Giovanni Agnelli, chairs Stellantis, the owner of Fiat since Fiat Chrysler Automobiles merged with French manufacturer PSA Group.
Fiat’s appeal lies in the quirky styling and spirited performance of its vehicles, which is now backed by a commitment to sustainability. The all-electric 500 has been critically acclaimed for its practicality and range, and since July 2022, the manufacturer has only sold hybrid and electric vehicles.
Popular Fiat models
Fiat’s most popular vehicle by far is the 500, which made its return to UK streets in 2008. With its retro charm, efficiency and low running costs, this city car was an immediate success, attracting first-time buyers, young drivers and urbanites. Its extensive range of personalisation options catered to owners’ desire to stand out, and its peppy performance made it fun to drive. The model exceeded 100,000 sales just four years after its relaunch. Today, the 500 is only available as a petrol mild hybrid or all-electric model.
As demand for SUV-style vehicles increased in the 2010s, Fiat introduced the 500x. Launched in April 2015, this compact crossover retains the iconic aesthetic of the 500, but improves practicality with a raised ride height, five-door body and larger interior space. A four-wheel-drive variant was initially offered, but the model now comes with front-wheel drive only and a choice of petrol engines.
Building on the appeal of the 500 hatchback, the Fiat 500C convertible adds a retractable fabric roof for open-air driving. This can be operated at speeds of up to 37mph and enhances the fun of your drive on a summer day. The model was released shortly after the hatch’s launch in 2008 and is now available with a mild hybrid petrol or electric powertrain.
The 500 may be Fiat’s most popular model, but the Panda demonstrates the brand’s capability when it comes to affordable practicality. First launched in 1980, then updated for 2003, the Panda entered its third generation in 2012. It is a dynamic, frugal and well-equipped vehicle, available in both front and four-wheel-drive guises.
The Fiat Tipo first arrived on UK roads in 1988 and was updated and relaunched in 2016. Available as a hatchback and estate, it’s well suited to family motoring and has the appeal of being a rare sight in Britain. This makes it attractive for those looking for something out of the mainstream. With plenty of space and comfort on offer, as well as efficient performance, it’s a well-rounded and stylish option.
As one of the world’s oldest manufacturers, Fiat has had time to perfect its craft. Its success is reflected in the number of awards it has received, both for its vehicles and its creativity and innovation. The all-electric Fiat 500 has been particularly highly praised by critics, being named Best Small Electric Car at the What Car? Awards in 2021, 2022 and 2023. At the 2023 ceremony, the 500C also took the title of Best Convertible for Value. Fiat Professional commercial vehicles have been acknowledged for their green credentials. In 2022, the E-Ducato was named Most Sustainable Van at the Sustainable Truck of the Year Awards, which took place at the Ecomondo exhibition in Italy.
October 2023 saw the brand receive an ADCI (Art Directors Club Italiano) Award for its ‘No Grey’ project, which highlighted Fiat’s strategic decision to cease production of grey cars. This accolade adds to a growing list of awards for creativity, which includes a 2019 Red Dot Design Award in the Design Concept category for its Fiat Centoventi concept.
Fiat frequently asked questions
What is Fiat?
Fiat is an Italian automobile manufacturer, the largest of its kind in the country. It was founded in 1899.
What cars do Fiat make?
Fiat produces city cars, hatchbacks, crossovers and SUVs. In 2023 Fiat range included the following models:
- 500 Hybrid
- All-electric 500
- Panda Hybrid
- 500X Hybrid
- Tipo Hybrid
- New full-electric 600
Who owns Fiat?
Following the merger of Fiat Chrysler and French company PSA Group in 2021, Stellantis is the owner of Fiat.
Who does Fiat own?
Fiat and Fiat Professional are a part of Stellantis, which also owns Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Citroën, Dodge, DS Automobiles, Jeep, Lancia, Maserati, Opel, Peugeot, RAM and Vauxhall.
What does Fiat stand for?
Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino, which translates as Italian Automobile Factory of Turin.
Where is Fiat from?
Fiat originated in Turin, Italy, where it continues to be based. Its origins are referenced in the name FIAT: Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino.
Where is Fiat made?
Fiat cars are largely made in Italy, but the brand also has plants in Argentina, Brazil, China, India, Russia, Serbia and the USA.
Where is the Fiat factory in Italy?
The Fiat factory is located in the Lingotto district of Turin, Italy’s fourth-largest city.
Where is the nearest Fiat dealership?
You can find Arnold Clark Fiat dealerships across the north of England and Scotland. Our branches are located in Aberdeen, Broxburn, Dundee, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Elgin, Falkirk, Glasgow, Kirkcaldy, Leeds, Oldbury, Paisley, Perth, Salford and Stourbridge.
What is a Fiat Abarth?
Abarth is a sub-brand of Fiat. It produces performance versions of the Fiat 500: the Abarth 595, 695 and 500E.
How to pronounce Fiat?
Fiat is pronounced ‘FEE-uht’, or using the International Phonetic Alphabet, fɪ́jət.
How much is a Fiat?
Depending on the age, model and trim level you choose, a used Fiat can cost between £5,000 and upwards of £28,000. Browse our stock of used Fiat cars for sale.
What is Fiat Uconnect?
Uconnect is the name given to a suite of features that offers a range of connectivity, audio, navigation and voice-command solutions. For instance, Uconnect provides Wi-Fi, 3D-generated maps, Apple and Android smartphone integration and audio streaming via Bluetooth.
How long is a Fiat warranty?
Some used Fiat cars may still have a manufacturer’s warrantyin place. Contact your nearest Arnold Clark Fiat dealership for further guidance on warranties.
Whether you’re looking to finance a Fiat or purchase one, we have a wide range of second-hand Fiat cars available to buy online safely with Click & Collect and home delivery options available.
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