Fiat has announced an update for the 500L, the first since it’s release back in 2013.
The most obvious exterior updates of the new Fiat 500 is the chrome studded lower radiator grille and the LED daytime running lights.
Whilst the rear see’s chrome inserts on the bumper underneath the rear lights. The fog and reversing lights have been moved to the bottom of the bumper.
The Fiat 500L is available in ten pastel or metallic colours and with three types of roof styles allowing unto 36 colour combinations.
Its interior gets a redesigned multifunctional steering wheel. There’s also a redesigned instrument cluster with two circular instrument gauges on either side of a 3.5-inch colour display.
There’s also the addition of seven-inch touchscreen, TomTom sat-nav, Uconnect HD Live infotainment system and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support.
The new Fiat 500L comes with wraparound glazing to improve visibility with the glazed A-pillar.
They will now be three versions: Urban, Cross and Wagon. The Cross replaces the outgoing Trekking and the Wagon replaces the 500 MPW.
The Fiat 500L will come with packs: City, Comfort, Safety, Style and Style Plus.
Safety pack comes with Autonomous City Brake, child monitoring mirror, LED daylight running lights and parking lights and door mirrors with puddle lights.
Style Plus Pack adds ambient lighting to the interior and a rear parking camera is included in the City Pack.
The new Fiat 500L will come with two petrol and two diesel engines. The petrol engines are the 1.4-litre 16V with 95hp and the 1.4-litre 16V T-Jet with 120hp. The diesels are a 1.3 16V MultiJet with 95hp and a 1.6 16V MultiJet with 120hp.
Prices will start from £16,195 for a Fiat 500L Urban 1.4 95hp Pop Star. Deliveries will start from this September.