4,743 used Fiat 500 have been price checked

4,743 used Fiat 500 have been price checked

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Fiat 500 electric mini car

Fiat 500 offers impeccable driving comfort and its design has received various awards. On AutoUncle, you can find 8,746 used Fiat 500 for sale in the UK, each one collected from an online marketplace or dealership website, which means you get close to a total listing of all used Fiat 500 for sale in the country.

What is the price range for a pre-owned Fiat 500?

There exist four main elements who decides what a pre-owned Fiat 500 might cost: year of the car, fuel economy of the model, how much the car's odometer reads as well as trim level.

The cheapest Fiat 500 that is available here on AutoUncle costs £2,999, while the most expensive model is priced at £15,918.

Fiat 500 equipment level

Introduced in 2009, the latest generation of Fiat 500, known as 500 comes in the following equipment variant:

When comparing the prices of used Fiat 500, it is essential that you only compare with the offers of cars with a similar engine and equipment. Otherwise, you might end up reaching a wrong conclusion on which car to buy.

You can save an average of £9,093 if you buy the cheapest equipment variant, called Pop, compared with the costlier Anniversary.

The Fiat 500 offers outstanding fuel efficiency

The Fiat 500 petrol drives an average of 55 miles per gallon of petrol. In comparison, a typical mini car has a MPG of 39 miles.

Get your Fiat 500 with multiple fuel types

AutoUncle’s range of Fiat 500 available by fuel type:

There are a few questions you should ask yourself when deciding on a fuel type. How many miles do you drive in a normal week? Do you take many short trips, or do you tend to drive long distances? If you take many short trips or mostly drive in the city, we recommend hybrid, electric or petrol cars.

On the other hand, if you tend to rack up a lot of miles each week, we suggest opting for diesel. Keep in mind that diesel engines with high emissions have been banned from entering cities in a range of countries.

The Fiat 500 only comes in the hatchback body type

Hatchbacks are excellent compact cars that combine great driving with the flexibility of ample space. They are very popular with people living in cities, as they are typically fuel efficient and easy to park.

White is the best selling colour

The current Fiat 500 is available in 14 different shades: white, red, grey, blue, black, green, pink, yellow, silver, beige, purple and brown.

The bestselling colour is white and right now, you can find 2,022 cars in that colour.

White is a modern and popular colour for a car, but it also has some disadvantages. For example, its susceptibility to dirt means that it requires regular washing to look its best.

The second most popular colour is red with 1,289 cars available on AutoUncle, and the third most popular is grey with 1,142 cars available on AutoUncle.

Popular alternative cars relevant for you if your are considering a Fiat 500

Despite being a highly popular car, the Fiat 500 has some competitors and among the most popular alternatives to the Fiat 500 you will find the following cars.

Favored alternatives for the Fiat 500

  • Toyota Aygo
  • Citroën C1
  • Kia Picanto

The second best-selling car in the UK within the same segment is the Toyota Aygo which makes the car the best alternative car option for those of you considering a Fiat 500. There are 5,988 of this car for sale in the UK with an average selling price of £9,749.

Another good alternative is the Citroën C1, which is the third most sold car in the segment. On AutoUncle, you will find 5,988 of this car for sale. As a last option for an alternative we have a Kia Picanto with 3,082 cars for sale here on AutoUncle.

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At AutoUncle, we firmly believe that every consumer should be enabled to make fair deals while purchasing a second hand car. This is why, since 2010, we have been building a free, independent car valuation service, to help consumers across Europe search and compare cars based on their price.

Everyday, our systems scan or receive data from 3000+ websites (marketplaces or car dealers) across Europe, resulting in more than 5 million cars evaluated.

How do we come up with a car valuation?

The price valuation for each vehicle is calculated by statistically comparing the car and its price to similar cars currently for sale. AutoUncle updates valuations regularly to make sure that the comparisons shown are as accurate and up-to-date as possible, and take into account market trends as well.

Our price comparisons takes more than 100 potential factors into consideration, for example:






This allows us to determine its market value and evaluate the fairness of the price and rate it in one of AutoUncle’s five price rating categories.

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