Being able to have easy connectivity on any car is mandatory.
Fiat has launched the 500 Mirror Edition model which has some minor changes but it has been exclusively revealed with full support for Android Auto and Apple Car Play.
It is important to have some specific changes to have a special edition a convincing purchase for new buyers. Fiat which calls its new car the 500 Mirror, offers the model in five different color variants. The color choices are sure to be appealing to most who love to have a vibrant touch of paint on their vehicles. Out of the lot, the most prominent looking one is the Electronica Blue which has a metallic finish. The particular color variant is shiny and doesn’t go for a subtle look at any point, making it the ideal pick for buyers who love flamboyance.
The door mirrors are all enclosed with a chrome finish and the exclusive Mirror badge can be found in the B pillar. The Fiat 500 Mirror Edition features 14-inch wheels with chrome hubcaps but buyers do have the option to upgrade to larger 15-inch wheels if they are willing to spend the extra cash. The steering wheel is covered in high quality leather offering maximum comfort during long drives and it has multiple functions integrated on the same so that the driver can easily access the infotainment functions without having to take their eyes off the road.
Similar to many other models available in stores, the Fiat car goes with a decent sized 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The centrally placed screen is easy to access and also has Bluetooth connectivity along with Android Auto and Apple Car Play. All you have to do is connect your smartphone to the infotainment system using any one of the available USB ports. Once connected, it allows you to access multiple features including maps, music and also make hands free phone calls. The features can be accessed through the touchscreen or voice commands, as the user prefers.
There are two different body styles available for the Fiat 500 Mirror Edition. The hatchback is the most basic option available while the drop-op is a more stylish, compatible variant of the 500. The base model is powered by a 1.2-liter petrol engine that can deliver up to 68 horsepower mated to a manual gearbox with the option to upgrade to an automatic gearbox. The automatic variant is said to be more fuel efficient. The base model of the car is priced at £12,515 and will go higher based on the customization options, upgrades the buyer opts for.
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