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.