Is Fiat 500X a reliable car?

Is Fiat 500X a reliable car?

Fiat 500X reliability Although Fiat’s poor reliability reputation has been improving recently, the Fiat 500X came last in the reliability and build quality category out of the 75 cars featured in our 2018 Driver Power survey.

Which Fiat 500X are 4×4?

Used car tests There’s no 4×4 version any more due to low sales, either, so all cars are front-wheel drive. The trim line-up now consists of Urban, Lounge, City Cross, Cross Plus and Sport.

How many miles can a Fiat 500X last?

Q: How Many Miles Does a 500 Last? A: According to Consumer Reports, new cars are all designed to exceed 8 years or about 200,000 miles.

Are Fiat cars expensive to repair?

The average annual repair cost for a Fiat is $538, which means it has above average ownership costs. The other factors that contribute to Fiat reliability include an average of 0.2 visits to a repair shop per year and a 17% probability of a repair being severe.

Is the 2016 Fiat 500X a good SUV?

Full Edmunds Review: 2016 FIAT 500X SUV The 2016 Fiat 500X offers many of the strengths of the quickly expanding subcompact crossover segment, including nimble driving manners, decent interior space and thrifty fuel economy, and does it with some Italian flair. It’s worth checking out if you’re interested in a pint-sized SUV.

What kind of warranty does Fiat 500X have?

Key safety features include: Fiat offers solid limited warranty coverage, but the 500X’s powertrain warranty is skimpy. Most rivals offer five-year/60,000-mile coverage, while the Hyundai Kona tops the class with its 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain guarantee.

What kind of engine does a Fiat 500X have?

Although it shares its underpinnings with the boxy Jeep Renegade, the 2021 Fiat 500X goes its own way with charming retro styling and a decidedly on-road focus. All models come with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and standard all-wheel drive—good enough to tackle a Milanese snow storm.

Why is the Fiat 500X being taken over?

The 500X perfectly illustrates why the world is being taken over by crossovers. And it’s nothing to do with practicality. After all, half-way through its life it has been deprived of two practical options: its diesel engines and its 4WD drivetrain. It never was very roomy.