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Abarth Ranges

Most popular Abarth reviews

  • Abarth 124 Spider (2016 onwards) Review

    Big thrills and sharp looks, but little in the way of practicality

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £29,780 - £36,100
    PROS
    • Brilliant fun to drive
    • Lively exhaust
    • Bold styling
    • Surprisingly comfy
    • Good finance deals
    CONS
    • Seriously short on practicality
    • Can be tiring on long journeys
    • You won’t fit if you’re especially tall
    • In limited supply
    • Worth the extra cash over a Fiat 124 Spider?
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  • Abarth 595 Hatchback (2012 onwards) Review

    Stylish and exciting, but not for everyone

    Parkers rating: 3.2 out of 5 3.2
    New price: £16,495 - £26,420
    PROS
    • Excitable handling
    • Thrilling top-spec engine and exhaust
    • Stylish Italian design
    CONS
    • Seriously compromised ergonomics
    • Higher spec models aren’t good value
    • Lacks practicality of its rivals
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  • Abarth 500C (2010 - 2015) Review
    Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
    Used price: £4,129 - £9,665
    PROS

    Lively engine, fun and focused drive, sporty looks, excellent handling

    CONS

    Limited dealership network, jerky automatic gearbox, pricey when compared to bigger Punto Evo

    Read full review

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Founded by Carlo Abarth in 1949, this marque became famous for developing high performance versions of existing Fiat models throughout the 1950s, '60s and '70s. Its most famous models were based on the classic 500 and 600D models, both of which starred in club level racing. No wonder Fiat took control of the company in 1971.

In 2007, Abarth was relaunched as a standalone performance brand for Fiat. This was following years of being used as a model variant, denoting high performance. Abarths are now sold through specialist dealers, and are based on the Fiat 500 - a rather neat return to the marque's roots.