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Fiat: 0-60 & 1/4 Mile Times

YearMakeModelSub-Model0-60 Time1/4 MileModel Years
2017Fiat500Abarth7.10-2012-2017
2017Fiat124 Spider6.0014.702017-2017
2017Fiat500e9.10-2013-2017
2016Fiat500Turbo8.10-2012-2017
2016Fiat500cAutomatic12.40-2012-2017
2016Fiat500e9.10-2013-2017
2016Fiat500L8.7016.602014-2017
2016Fiat500X1.4L Manual7.8016.002016-2017
2015Fiat500Abarth6.90-2012-2017
2015Fiat500cAbarth Automatic6.9015.402012-2017
2014Fiat500Abarth7.0015.702012-2017
2014Fiat500e9.10-2013-2017
2014Fiat500LTrekking8.1016.102014-2017
2013Fiat500Turbo8.1016.102012-2017
2013Fiat500cAbarth6.80-2012-2017
2013Fiat500e8.4016.702013-2017
2012Fiat500Abarth6.8015.302012-2017
2012Fiat500c9.20-2012-2017
The above 0 to 60 Mph and quarter mile times have been sourced from a combination of public publications, private testimonials and individual testing. Please keep in mind that there are a multitude of real world factors that can skew these results, including but not limited to: driver ability, pavement quality, tire quality, elevation, temperature, humidity at the testing site, and the quality of the recording device. Based on this, owners should expect their own vehicles to perform within a general acceptable range of these values.

 

Fiat History:

Italy’s largest and longest running car brand, Fiat, has had a long and storied history worldwide. In the United States Fiat first entered the market in 1908, producing mainly luxury cars. The brand withdrew from the country in 1917 as the US entered WWI. Reintroduced in the 1950’s, Fiat brought over an array of small and sporty cars. While initially they were moderately popular, the sales height of 1975 quickly waned. By 1983 the company once again found itself outside on the US market. This time due to lagging sales stemming from the car’s poor reliability and build. Unfortunately for Fiat’s US presence, the company saw a significant turnaround in the 1990’s and 2000’s. A turnaround they weren’t able to exploit due to their absence from the market. After acquiring a portion of Chrysler in 2009, Fiat has once again entered the US market. Unlike Fiats of the past though, these new entries, predominantly based on the 500 architecture, are world renowned and highly popular. Additionally, these new models also bring with them a measure of performance, Demonstrated in the various “Abarth” models and the new 124 Spider.

 

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