Used Abarth 500s are even cheaper than their already low new car prices. In the current market, vehicles with high mileage can be purchased for around $7,000, while the most costly vehicles with little mileage can be purchased for around $20,000.

Even though other markets saw several tuned iterations of the 500 Abarth—including the 595 and 695—North America did not. There was only one configuration of the 500 Abarth available in North America. A turbocharged four-cylinder engine with Fiat’s cutting-edge Multiair variable valve timing technology displaces 1.4 litres and may be found under the hood.

The front wheels receive all of the 160 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque produced by the four-cylinder engine. Under seven seconds, the 500 Abarth can go from zero to sixty miles per hour, and it can reach a maximum speed of 127 miles per hour.

To a large extent, the interior is the same as that of a standard Fiat 500. That means more throwback details, such as the three jewel-like buttons and the painted metal look dashboard.