Fiat cuts price of 500e to £21,995!

Fiat has made a bold move by slashing £3,200 off the starting price of the Fiat 500e hatchback and convertible, positioning itself as one of the most affordable electric vehicle options on the market today.

The Fiat 500e is now available from a competitive price of £21,995.

The charming Italian electric city car already comes with the ‘Fiat E-Grant’ of £3,000, and with the latest price reduction, the starting price now stands at £21,995.

Fiat’s decision to reduce prices reflects its commitment to offering accessible and cost-effective electric mobility solutions to consumers.

Damien Dally, Fiat UK’s managing director, expressed, “At Fiat, we are strong advocates of electric vehicles for all. It is essential for us to continue working towards making electric vehicles more attainable and economical for individuals throughout the UK.

“This is why we are once again making a significant push to encourage customers to make the switch to electric. Our price reduction means that the Fiat 500e is now one of the most budget-friendly electric vehicles currently on the market – a fact that we are incredibly proud of.”

The MY24 Fiat 500e hatchback and convertible come with two powertrain options. The base version is equipped with a 90hp motor and a 24kWh battery, offering a WLTP range of 118 miles. With the new discount and E-grant, it is now priced from £21,995.

The 500e is also available with a more potent 118hp motor and a 42kWh battery, providing a WLTP range of 199 miles. This upgraded version starts from £24,995 after the price reduction.

Buyers have a choice of three different trim levels. The entry-level model features 16-inch alloy wheels and a 10.25-inch infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The lineup also includes the Red special edition and the top-tier La Prima model, which boasts 17-inch alloy wheels, a JBL audio system, and level 2 semi-autonomous driving technologies.

The new MY24 500e and 500e convertible are also available in two striking new colours: Acid Green and Celestial Blue with a metallic finish.

Fiat introduced its E-Grant in June 2023, one year after the Government discontinued the Plug-in Car Grant. Initially applicable to the 500e and 500e convertible, the incentive now covers the recently released family-oriented 600e and Abarth 500e models as well.

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