FIAT 500 brings Italian flair to the U.S.
Us consumers love what our favorite companies offer. Whether we see a new product at our favorite store, or simply see a commercial about it, we can't help but get excited to see what the new thing is. On top of this, the downturn in the economy didn't stop companies from giving us what we want. While the automotive industry surely suffered in sales over the past few years, 2012 is proving to be a positive turn-around for both automakers and consumers, such as those searching for a Schaumburg used FIAT 500 at their favorite Chicago FIAT dealerships.
FIAT is bringing a taste of Italy to the United States - and no, we're not talking about "Jersey Shore." The car brand is brave enough to take on the U.S. market, or at least Chrysler Group is. Even more courageous is the fact that the car company is entering the market with just one model - the baby carriage-sized 500 microcar. Consumers searching for new and used FIAT 500 models will be able to get their hands on one any time they want.
Interested consumers and FIAT admirers can get behind the wheel of the new 2012 FIAT 500 by visiting their favorite Chicago FIAT dealerships. The upcoming model is equipped with a 1.4L engine that produces 101 horsepower. Drivers who enjoy more style and pizzazz on the road may be interested in the FIAT 500 Cabrio - a convertible variant of the microcar - which is on its way to the U.S. market as we speak.
The FIAT 500 has made an international presence and fulfilling the needs of consumers by providing transportation in a simple, efficient, and fun way. By just the look of this cute little thing, I could picture myself easily maneuvering through city streets and suburban routes alike. I personally know quite a few people who are attracted to the FIAT 500, and they can't wait to get their hands on one as soon as possible. And who could blame them? The tiny and nimble model is just what many drivers need - not to mention great fuel economy for stubborn gas prices.So if you've got an itch for some foreign flair at an affordable price, take a look at the FIAT 500. If the model proves to sell successfully in the U.S., we could very well see a full FIAT fleet in the near future.