Abarth Reviews

6/10
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The average score of all new Abarth models on sale.
£15,690 - £31,935
RRP
£2,700
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4 Abarth models

AVG. SAVING £2,027
7/10
RRP
£29,625 - £31,935
Quick convertible is fun but quite expensive
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AVG. SAVING £2,722
6/10
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£15,690 - £22,240
A racy hot hatch with retro looks
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AVG. SAVING £3,022
6/10
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£17,690 - £24,240
A cool small car that’s loads of fun
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AVG. SAVING £3,323
6/10
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£23,040 - £24,390
Harsh, loud, and hilariously expensive hot hatch
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About Abarth cars

Abarth has a strong history of modifying Fiats from sedate family cars into rally-bred racing machines. In 1971 it became an ‘in-house’ tuning arm of the Italian brand and has been responsible for some of the fastest Fiats of recent years.

The current Abarth range consists of hard-top and convertible versions of the 595 – a fantastic hot hatch based on the Fiat 500. Engine and suspension modifications, sports seats and new bumpers transform the cheap and cheeky 500 into a brilliant little sports car.

The Abarth 695 biposto comes with lightened body panels and windows, a racing gearbox and more scorpion stickers than you can shake a stick at. This is likely to be a car for the most die-hard Abarth fans only, however, as it costs more than twice as much as the standard 595.