2017 Fiat 500 Mirror Edition – compete guide
The Fiat 500 Mirror comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard and is offered in five colours including a bold Electronica Blue
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- Fiat 500 Mirror hardtop and convertible now available to order
- Comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity
- Five paint options and ‘Mirror’ badging offered as standard
- Costs from £12,515
Fiat has added another special edition to its ever-growing Fiat 500 lineup – the Mirror Edition. This model adds Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity to the car’s seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system and is offered in exclusive Electronica Blue paint.
Fiat 500 Mirror styling and features
The Mirror is available in five paint colours, including an exclusive Electronica Blue. The door mirror caps boast a retro chrome finish, too, while a subtle mirror emblem comes fitted to the door pillars.
The standard 500’s bubbly headlights, upturned front grille, LED daytime running lights and brake lights have all been carried over unchanged to this new special edition model. It’ll come fitted as standard with 14-inch wheels with chrome wheel covers, while optional 15-inch alloys are also available.
Both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come fitted as standard to the 500 Mirror. These features allow you to access the music playback and sat-nav functions of your smartphone through the car’s seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The Mirror also comes equipped with a leather steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity and an AUX cable input as standard.
2017 Fiat 500 Mirror engines
Powering the Mirror is a 1.2-litre four-cylinder petrol engine producing 69hp. This frugal petrol returns a claimed 60mpg while just emitting 110g/km of CO2. Pick the optional automatic gearbox instead of the standard manual and fuel economy drops slightly to 62mpg, however.
2017 Fiat 500 Mirror prices
The Fiat 500 Mirror is available to order now, priced from £12,515. Convertible versions will set you back approximately £2,500 more than a hardtop model, however.
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