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2017 (17) Fiat 500X
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2017 (17) Fiat 500X

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Fuel Type
Fuel Type
Petrol
Engine Size
Engine Size
1.6L
ULEZ
ULEZ
Compliant
Transmission
Transmission
Manual
Mileage
Mileage
56,697 miles
Doors
Doors
5
BHP
BHP
108
Location
Location
Peterborough Fengate
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200 point inspection
200 point inspection
Passed
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Features
This Fiat includes £1,475 of added extras
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Specification
Heated Seats
Heated Seats
Privacy Glass
Privacy Glass
Cold Weather Pack
Cold Weather Pack
The Cold Weather Pack is designed to improve the vehicle in colder weather conditions, both within the interior and exterior. For further details, please contact our sales team on 01634 248 638.
Heated Steering Wheel
Heated Steering Wheel
Visibility Pack
Visibility Pack
The Visibility Pack provides an 8.8" colour screen, enhanced Bluetooth connectivity, front-centre armrest, sport leather steering wheel and milti-function steering wheel controls.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Parking Sensors
Parking Sensors
Xenon Headlamps
Xenon Headlamps
Cruise Control
Cruise Control
Ambient Lighting
Ambient Lighting
The vehicle data displayed highlights the typical specification of the most recent model of this vehicle. This specification is sourced from leading industry suppliers CAP/HPI. We offer this information in good faith however cannot guarantee the accuracy of any specification/information supplied by 3rd party providers. The specification can vary. You must physically check the specification of the vehicle on site prior to purchase. The specification & features on this website do not form part of the buying contract.
Your car when new
£19,400
Extra Features
£1,475
Argento Grey metallicBody colour dash/Brushed Aluminium console/door trimCold weather packComfort Plus packMetallic paintPremium Cloth: Beige Ecoleather/Grey fabricStart & StopVisibility pack
IncludedIncludedWorth £400Worth £175Worth £550IncludedWorth £100Worth £250
The vehicle data displayed highlights the typical specification of the most recent model of this vehicle. This specification is sourced from leading industry suppliers CAP/HPI. We offer this information in good faith however cannot guarantee the accuracy of any specification/information supplied by 3rd party providers. The specification can vary. You must physically check the specification of the vehicle on site prior to purchase. The specification & features on this website do not form part of the buying contract.
Driver Convenience
Bluetooth systemCruise control + speed limiterDrive mode selectorDualdrive PASView moreRear parking sensor
Engine/Drivetrain/Suspension
Active roll mitigation
Entertainment
Aux inputDAB Digital radioRadio/MP3 player
Exterior Features
Bi-Xenon headlightsBody colour bumpersBody colour door mirrorsChrome line exteriorView moreDark tinted rear windowsElectric adjustable heated door mirrorsElectric front windowsFront fog lights with static cornering functionHeated rear windows with wash wipeRear electric windowsRear spoilerRear wiper
Interior Features
60/40 split folding rear seatAmbient lightingAuto climate controlAuxilliary 12V power socketView moreCooled gloveboxFront armrestFront head restraintsHeight adjustable cargo floor areaHeight adjustable steering wheelLeather gear knobLeather steering wheelMulti function steering wheelParcel shelfSeat back pockets
Packs
Nav plus pack - 500X
Passive Safety
3x3 point rear seatbeltsABS/EBDBrake assist functionDriver and passenger airbagsView moreElectronic parking brakeESC including ASR/MSR + hill holdHeight adjustable seatbeltsPassenger airbag deactivation systemSide airbagsTyre pressure monitoring systemWindow airbags
Security
DeadlocksImmobiliserKeyless entry
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Road Test
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Suspension
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Under the bonnet
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Oil
Passed
Wheels & brakes
Passed
Body work
Passed
MOT
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New car cost: £19,400
Included options: £1,475
Price when new £19,400
Extra features worth £1,475
Average Market Price
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Independent review
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Fiat 500X
Introduction
In 2015, Fiat brought us this characterful 500X small SUV Crossover model.

It's bigger than it looks and there's lots of choice when it comes to engines, drive systems, transmissions and a whole stack of personalisation options.

If you're looking for a surefire conversation starter, you can't do a lot better.
Models
5dr small SUV (petrol 1.6 [110hp], 1.4 [140 & 170hp] / diesel 1.3 [95hp], 1.6 [120hp], 2.0 [140hp]) [Pop, Pop Star, Lounge, Cross, Cross Plus])
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History
These days, every mainstream brand needs a small, trendy SUV Crossover.

In 2015, we got Fiat's take on the Juke-genre, the fashionable 500X.

This car's pert shape has none of the awkwardness of its MPV stablemate, the 500L.

And it shares just about all its engineering with its FCA Fiat Group cousin, the Jeep Renegade.

Predictably, the 500X is more affordable though, priced to deliver the numbers in this sector and engineered to build on this Italian maker's heritage of affordable compact little all-weather runabouts.

Does it make sense as a used buy? Let's take a look.

Here, we're going to concentrate on the earliest version, produced between 2015 and 2018.

This was replaced in early 2019 by a facelifted version with new petrol engines and a front driven-only format.
What You Get
There aren't too many small Crossovers with styling that gets an almost universal vote of confidence, but we really haven't chanced upon anyone who doesn't like the 500X.

Designed in-house by Fiat's Centro Stile studio, this model not only has clear links to its siblings in the current 500 family but also to the iconic 1957 original, most notably when it comes to the large circular headlamps, the brightwork on the nose and the distinctive clamshell bonnet.

'Cross' and 'Cross Plus' models get the full 'urban SUV' look, with extra plastic cladding, roof rails and chunkier bumpers with skidplates front and rear.

In short, all the calling cards you'd expect to find from a vehicle of the Juke genre. Seat yourself at the wheel and it doesn't initially feel very 'Fiat 500'.

What's delivered here is as different from that little citycar as you'd expect it would be, this being a larger and more expensive design.

Some semblance of familiarity is maintained by a smattering of '500' model line design cues - things like the quirky metal door handles, the hard round head restraints, the boiled sweet-like buttons and the pool ball-style gear knob you get on manual gearbox models.

The model-branded body-coloured plastic dashboard facing is a familiar touch too, though the enamelled surface you get on cheaper versions is preferable to the sandpaper-style finish applied to plusher models.

This panel surrounds what is arguably the cabin's most eye-catching feature, the 5-inch Uconnect infotainment touchscreen fitted to all but entry-level versions and expanded to 6.5-inches in size on top variants.

In the rear, there's reasonable room for three.

As usual in this class of car, room for your knees and legs is at a bit of a premium, pitched somewhere between the space you'd get in a Fiesta-sized supermini and a Focus-sized family hatch.

But it's fine by segment standards. Raise the tailgate and you discover a 350-litre boot capacity.

Push forward the 'Fold&Tumble' 60:40 split-folding rear bench and 1,000-litres of fresh air will be freed up thanks to seat backs that fold almost completely flat.
What You Pay
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What to Look For
Our 500X ownership survey revealed more satisfied owners than we expected but there were still a few niggles.

We came across reports of the stop/start system failing to operate and the USB ports not functioning.

The Uconnect infotainment system can disconnect itself arbitrarily and sometimes won't work on its audio settings.

And some owners have got erroneous dashboard warning messages - for flat tyres for instance, or for the lights not working.

Another owner found the climate control display had failed.

One owner found the interior trim lost its colour after three months.

In another case, there was an electronic parking brake fault.

As in other Fiats, the auto gearbox doesn't get very favourable reviews, so try before you buy.

Check for upholstery damage caused by child seats in the back, typical supermarket dints and scrapes, slipping clutches on the manual cars and ensure all the electrical functions - which can get surprisingly sophisticated on up-spec models - work as advertised as these can be expensive to fix.

Look out for potential issues with all of these things on your test drive.
Replacement Parts
[based on 500X 1.3-litre diesel - 2015] A set of brake pads are around £22-£45 but you could pay as much as £75 for a pricier brand.

Brake discs cost around £22 to £45.

Air filters are in the £10 to £12 bracket.

Oil filters cost around £6-£14.

You'll pay from around £9 for a wiper blade.

A timing belt would be around £105.

A shock absorber would be priced in the £42 to £93 bracket.

Bash a rear lamp and a replacement will cost around £240, while a new headlight will be around £82.
On the Road
One of the advantages of choosing a 500X in this segment is that it offers a decent range of proper four-wheel drive options for the few customers in this sector who'll want that.

Most buyers though, will have an only occasional need for extra traction, something that can be covered off by this car's neat 'Drive Mood' Selector system, operated by a rotary dial down by the gearstick.

As well as dynamic 'Sport' and 'Auto' settings that tweak throttle, steering, stability control and gearchange response, this set-up offers a mode that gives even 2WD variants extra traction in slippery conditions: it's called 'All Weather' or 'Traction', depending on the model you select. As for engines, well petrol buyers get an entry-level 110bhp 1.6-litre E-TorQ unit, but green pump-fuelers are better served by 140 and 170bhp versions of Fiat's smooth 1.4-litre MultiAir powerplant, the latter available with 4WD.

Both these units can also be had with a hi-tech 9-speed auto gearbox you can also have on the top 140bhp 2.0-litre MultiJet diesel version, another 500X variant available with 4WD.

Further down the diesel range, there are 1.3 and 1.6-litre MultiJet units, respectively offering 95 and 120bhp.

Whatever your choice of engine, handling is taut and body roll well controlled, the pay-off for a firm ride.
Overall
Though this 500X draws upon the heritage and history of Fiat's 500 model line, it doesn't depend on it in the way that previous spin-off models have done.

Even if you had no idea what the original 500 was, you'd enjoy this car.

It looks good, drives well, is decently equipped, comes with a pretty efficient set of running costs and is anything but boring. Combine all of this with clever connectivity, practical versatility and the prospect of fashionable personalisation and you can see why Fiat did well across Europe with this car.

It has the X-factor.
Performance
50%
Handling
50%
Comfort
50%
Space
80%
Styling
60%
Build
70%
Value
70%
Equipment
70%
Economy
80%
Depreciation
80%
Insurance
80%
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Big Motoring World
Peterborough Fengate
Big Motoring World
Padholme Road East
Peterborough
Cambridgeshire
PE1 5XL
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