2014 Fiat 500l – The 2014 Fiat 500l is not different from other cars. It’s a strangely formed hatchback, from a minor player in the U.s. market. To finish it off, it’s the first vehicle manufactured available to be purchased in the U.S. since Yugo, to be gathered in the Balkan country of Serbia.
The “L” in its name remains for “expansive,” and the 500l satisfies its moniker by offering to a greater number of entryways than the normal 500 hardtop and also seating for a fifth traveler. U.S. spec extents haven’t been discharged, yet the European 500l is 163.0 inches in length, 70.1 inches wide, and 65.4 inches tall; that is a little more and taller than and harshly the same width as a Mini Countryman. Our variant’s estimations will be basically unaltered. We’ll put it all out there here and expect its rearward sitting arrangement will be more mediocre for people with less than the back quarters of the three-entryway 500. Freight room, too, is certain to build past the miserable 10 cubic feet accessible behind the littler 500’s back seats.
Talking about hybrid demands, the 2014 Fiat 500l will be front-wheel drive, however we need a discretionary all-wheel-drive framework acclimates from the structurally related Fiat Panda to be worked into the mix eventually. No statement yet on what determines the Cinquecento largo in the U.S., however, we’re trusting the 101-hp, 1.4-liter four from the standard 500 isn’t in the running; the 160-HP, turbocharged four from the 500 Abarth might be a decent elective. The Euro-spec model gets Fiat’s Twin Air two-chamber and a 1.3-liter turbo-diesel around its alternatives. The 2014 Fiat 500l can’t land on Fiat merchant parts in the U.S. rapidly enough; we’ll be intrigued to perceive how nearly the automaker can hit its focused on a special date. View Photo Gallery
Styling-wise, the move from 500 to 2014 Fiat 500l helps us to remember the relationship between the Mini Countryman and the Mini Cooper incubate; the 500l resembles a 500 that stuck its thumb in its mouth and
an air hose in its tail. That said, it’s not completely unfortunate, and parts like the swelling bumpers and the wraparound windshield include some get-up-and-go. The colossal front quarter-windows are sort of disputable, be that as it may. Take that, Honda Fit and 1990s GM Dustbuster minivans. The front close’s huge dark guard and stout plastic trim on the entryways and back closure includes some hybrid ness to the presence.
Driving the 2014 Fiat 500l is a 1.4-liter Multiair Turbo four chamber appraised at 160 drives and 184 pound-feet of torque. Force is sent to the front wheels through a six velocity dry double grasp transmission or a six pace manual transmission. With either, the charmingly determined four turns in worthy speeding up; 0-60 mph times are evaluated at 9.1 seconds for the manual, 9.3 seconds for the double grasp.