Are fiat 500’s expensive??

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I really want one as my first car. I’m 21 female so shouldn’t be much to insure. Obviouslf I don’t want a a 2020 plate.
Probs a 2013 one . Would this be expensive and would it have air con? I couldn’t find that piece of information online
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(Original post by hollyoaks678)
I really want one as my first car. I’m 21 female so shouldn’t be much to insure. Obviouslf I don’t want a a 2020 plate.
Probs a 2013 one . Would this be expensive and would it have air con? I couldn’t find that piece of information online
Check AutoTrader for an indication of pricing.
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https://www.autotrader.co.uk

Have a look, perhaps compare to a corsa or fiestas (these are normally what id recommend for a first car).

Honestly if you’re going to spend more on a car as new driver id highly recommend getting cars with active safety features, not because you like the aesthetics of the exterior.
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(Original post by hollyoaks678)
I really want one as my first car. I’m 21 female so shouldn’t be much to insure. Obviouslf I don’t want a a 2020 plate.
Probs a 2013 one . Would this be expensive and would it have air con? I couldn’t find that piece of information online
If you are a new driver, any car is going to be a lot to insure. Whether a Fiat 500 has air con will depend on the model/range it comes from.
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(Original post by mnot)
https://www.autotrader.co.uk

Have a look, perhaps compare to a corsa or fiestas (these are normally what id recommend for a first car).

Honestly if you’re going to spend more on a car as new driver id highly recommend getting cars with active safety features, not because you like the aesthetics of the exterior.
Like a Ferrari? They’re super safe
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Like a Ferrari? They’re super safe
If you think you could control a vehicle with 600/700/800 BHP with rear wheel drive with pilot sport tyres on a wet road then go for it. Ferraris do actually come with lane change assist, blind spot alert, reverse camera.

But they have about a 160L boot (this is tiny), 2 seats and can be rather back breaking on British roads with quite a stiff chassis.
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