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Abarth guides


  • What is an Abarth?

    If you love the look of Fiat cars but want something with a little more oomph, an Abarth might be perfect for you. Fiat’s sleeker and speedier cousin, Abarth produce tuned versions of the 500 and the Spider, and other limited-edition models.

  • Who Makes Abarth Cars?

    Abarth is a renowned Italian tuning house, with all models made in Italy. Now part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the most popular Abarth models are based on the Fiat 500: the Abarth 595 Turismo, Abarth Competizione, and Abarth Competizione Convertible.

  • Where Does the Abarth Name Come From?

    The Abarth name comes from Carlo Abarth, who founded Abarth & C with Guido Scagliarini in 1949, after a successful career racing both motorcycles and cars. The meaning and identity of Abarth has always been tied to performance.

  • How Much do Abarth Cars Cost?

    Abarth cars are more expensive than standard Fiat models. If you’re looking for an Abarth car at a good price, a well-maintained used Abarth is an excellent choice.

  • What are the most popular used Abarth cars?

    Abarth 500 – The Abarth 500 has a 1.4L turbocharged engine and boasts a five-speed manual transmission, making it a fast and fun drive. A used Abarth 500 reaches 0 – 62mph in 7.9 seconds and has a top speed of 155mph. A second-hand Abarth 500 will cost from as little as £4,000 from one of our trusted UK used car dealerships.

     Abarth 595 - A city car that doesn’t compromise on performance, a used Abarth 595 ticks a lot of boxes for those looking for a classy way to get around. New Abarth 595s retail from £19,000, but by buying a used model, you could save some money. Used Abarth 595s can typically range from £6,700 to £24,995 for nearly-new models.

     Abarth 124 Spider - A two-seat convertible that offers enhanced handling, good body control and a sporty design, this head-turning model is a pleasure to drive. A used Abarth Spider is a roadster that achieves punchy power. It has an impressive top speed of 144mph and a powerful 168bhp, which translates to 0-62mph in 6.8 seconds.

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