Bigger Doesn’t Mean Better

We have all had moments of pure frustration trying to navigate our way around busy city centers in our cars. So, with small cars undoubtedly being the niftiest way to dart about your day to day urban lives. Here are my favorite small city cars I think you should look into investing in your very own city runaround. 

Fiat 500 

The Fiat 500 comes from the iconic European mini-bug car, The Cinquecento. Having evolved over time the Fiat 500 now offers some exceptional advancement, but the tiny proportions still can’t help but make you smile. With enough trunk space for weekend luggage and spacious enough back seats, this model packs more of a punch on the space side than you would expect. 

Fiat 124 Spider 

The Fiat spider provides a roadster driving experience while providing a small profile on the road.  It’s high power to weight ratio provides more punch than the standard smaller vehicles while still providing the storage room needed in the trunk.  While this is only a two-seater, this fun vehicle provides for not only when you are looking to have a little fun, but a great daily driver too. 

Putting in the Research 

When you are looking for your next city run around make sure you do your research. They can all look very charming and attractive to look at but it’s important to establish the different features to make sure they are right for your needs.  

It is also a good idea to check out a range of car blogs to say what people are saying about these models if you need a little help deciding which one you’d like to go for. Obviously, there are always going to be contradictory reviews, as with anything in life, but they should give you a good idea about the different specification, functions and safety features available for each model. If you have any questions on information that you read contact a Fiat professional such as those at Reedman Toll Auto Group. 

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