Fiat 500L Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Multijet 120 Lounge

£320P/M - Customer Deposit £3,120 - 0% APR
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On the Road Price £20,820
Customer Deposit £3,120
Amount of Credit £17,700
Monthly Payment £320
Optional Final Payment £6,180
Total Amount Payable by Customer £20,820
Duration of Contract 37
Rate of Interest (Fixed) 0.00% 0.00%
APR 0.0% APR

Fiat 500L 1.6 MultiJet Lounge 5dr 2018

£320P/M - Customer Deposit £3,120 - 0% APR

The new Fiat 500L has evolved, to bring you more space and more appeal. And the iconic Fiat 500 styling is even more defined.


The new Fiat 500L standard features include:
- Air Conditioning
- Cruise Control
- 16” Alloy Wheels with black finish
- 5” Touchscreen Radio with Bluetooth, USB, Aux-in and DAB

Technical

This is the manufacturer's list specification for this model, please verify the details when you view the vehicle. The list below will not include any additional options fitted to the vehicle or modifications.

Emissions
CO2
112 g/km
Fuel Consumption
EC Combined
67.3 MPG
EC Extra Urban
70.6 MPG
EC Urban
61.4 MPG
Engine
Camshaft
DOHC
Cyclinder Layout
IN-LINE
Cyclinders
Front Transverse
Engine Layout
FRONT TRANSVERSE
Fuel Delivery
COMMON RAIL
Gear
6 SPEED
Transmission
MANUAL
General
Insurance Group 1 - 50
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Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee
8 years
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee
3 years
Service Interval Frequency
N months
Service Interval Mileage
18,000
Service Manufacturers Warranty
3 years
Performance
0 to 60 mph
10.7 secs
Engine Power
120 bhp
Top Speed
117 mph
Dimensions
Height
1658 mm
Height (including roof rail)
N mm
Length
4147 mm
Wheelbase
2612 mm
Width
1784 mm
Width (including mirrors)
2018 mm
Ncap
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection
94 %
NCAP Child Occupant Protection
78 %
NCAP Pedestrian Protection
65 %
NCAP Overall Rating
Effective February 09
NCAP Rating
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.
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