Fiat 600: orders open for more affordable hybrid version

As expected, several months after the electric version, Fiat opens orders for the hybrid version, which is much more affordable - 10,000 euros less expensive than with batteries.

The Fiat 600 Hybrid is therefore displayed from €24,900 with Red finish. That's a little less than its 2008 cousin, starting at €25,440, and a little more than the Jeep Avenger, starting at €24,300. But the difference is only a few hundred euros.


For this price, you get 3-cylinder 1.2 L 100 hp engineA 6-speed automatic gearbox coupled to a small 24 kW electric motor. This is a mild hybrid, also known as MHEV, which not only reduces CO2 emissions, but also offers a silent start. The 0 to 100 km/h time is announced as 10.9 sec, which isn't very fast, but it's not really what you'd expect from this model.

If the Red, the entry-level model, is priced at €24,900, Comfort (€26,400), Style (€26,400), Comfort and Style (€27,900) and La Prima (€29,900) offer more equipment such as 18″ alloy wheels, premium upholstery, heated and electric seats, 360° camera, etc.


By way of comparison, this Fiat 600 is more competitive than the previous 500X, whose price in 2022 started at €25,990, rising to €35,790 in top-of-the-range trim. Nevertheless, the engines were more powerful, available with the 1.0 L and 1.5 L Firefly in 120 hp and 130 hp respectively. And that's just it, a 136 hp version of the 1.2 L will complete the 600 hybrid range and will be available to order before summer 2024. It will certainly be a little more expensive, but also more powerful.


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  1. It's incomprehensible to abandon the Firefly for the PureTech in the Fiat 600.
    Stellantis makes Italian cars less pleasant and takes away their character. And the worst thing is that PureTech engines will continue to be used in Lancia and Alfa Romeo.

  2. Sorry, but the 3-cylinder PureTech 1.2 will never replace Fiat's 4-cylinder Firefly 1.3. Those used to a 6-cylinder won't want a 4-cylinder if we compare the same logic of "castrated" engines, which, for true connoisseurs, is a real offence to mechanical nobility.
    No, thanks for tractor engines on our cars.

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