The Fiat 500X makes its first appearance at the 2014 Paris Motor Show as the company’s second four-door hatchback model. Fiat 500X is an Italian subcompact crossover SUV brand, contrived and marketed by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles – the first and only Italian vehicle, being sold in the US. The 500X is keenly related in design to the Jeep Renegade. Both products are manufactured at FCA’s SATA Plant in Melfi, Italy.
The 2019 Model Fiat 500X comes as an active engine type with a stylish cabin, but the rating of this model car, within the subcompact SUV, is among the least. Factors for these include its subpar predicted reliability rating, tiny cargo hold, stiff ride, and tight rear seats.
In comparison with the 500L wagon, Fiat 500X is about an inch longer and wider but 2.6 inches shorter in height. The 500X has more ground clearance at 7.0 inches for front-drive models and 7.9 inches with all-wheel drive versus the 500L’s 4.7 inches. The 500X isn’t as spacious as the 500L, offering just 18.5 cubic feet with the split-folding rear seats up and 50.8 cubic feet with the seats down. To improve its versatility, the 500X also features a front passenger seat that flips forward to accommodate long items such as surfboards and a removable false floor in the cargo area to reveal more storage space.
Problems with the Fiat 500X Model
- Service Engine Light On
- Stalls While Driving
- Daytime Running Lights Not Working Properly