While the reintroduction of the Fiat 500 on the market was a real success, the 2-door Fiat 500 was a little too small to carry rear passengers and cargo.
With the desire of attracting even more buyers, Fiat decided it was time to design a bigger Fiat 500, while still keeping some of the already iconic look.
The larger four-door Fiat 500 L provided more than 60cm of added length, plus the extra doors. The interior space could be compared to a small’s crossover.
The standard features available for the Fiat 500L brought antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control, hill-assist, a rear-view camera along with rear parking sensors. An optional smart feature was the Uconnect Access that came with a 6.5-inch touchscreen. It also included remote vehicle access with emergency assistance and stolen vehicle location.
The 500L was offered in 3 trim levels: Pop, Trekking and Lounge.
The basic Pop was well equipped with 16-inch alloys, tinted glass, daytime running lights, adjustable front seats, Bluetooth phone connectivity, a 5-inch touchscreen display and many others.
The Trekking trim level came with bigger 17-inch alloys, foglight, leather upholstery, heated front seats and a better audio system with a subwoofer included.
The top of the range added chrome exterior mirrors and body accents, as well as the same 17-inch alloys but this time, with a painted finish.
Stand-alone options such as a sunroof, a matte black finish wheels were available as well.