Fiat 500L MPW now on sale
The seven-seat Fiat 500L MPW is now on sale, costing from £15,795
The Fiat 500L MPW, a larger seven-seat version of the Fiat 500L people carrier, is on sale now. The car follows the launch in March of the standard Fiat 500L, a family car with styling influenced by the popular Fiat 500 city car.
The MPW is designed as a compact people carrier that can still carry seven people – although the third row of seats is only really suitable for children – but still be versatile enough to carry luggage when needed. The boot is 638 litres with five seats in place, compared with 343 litres in the smaller Fiat 500L. There’s no need to take the third row out of the car when you need this space, as the seats fold up and can be stored under the boot floor.
Two specifications are available: Pop Star and Lounge. Standard equipment includes air-conditioning, cruise control, 16-inch alloy wheels, a 5-inch touchscreen display and rear parking sensors. The entry-level model costs from £15,795, and comes with a 94bhp 1.4-litre petrol engine.
Move up to the Lounge specification and you get rear electric windows, front fog lights, automatic climate control for both driver and passenger, automatic lights and wipers, fold-out tables for the rear seats, tinted windows and an electric sunroof. The cheapest Lounge spec model costs £17,295, and also comes with a 1.4-litre petrol engine with 94bhp.
Other engine options for the Fiat 500L MPW include a 103bhp 900cc TwinAir petrol, as well as 1.3-litre and 1.6-litre diesel engines with 83bhp and 105bhp respectively. Emissions range from 105g/km for the 1.3-litre diesel up to 145g/km for the 1.4-litre petrol engine.
Buyers can choose from a range of customisation options as well, including colours for the interior, pastel-coloured paint and decals like go-faster stripes. There are 15 different wheel designs and six upholstery options to choose from, too.
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