My 124 has been back to the dealer 7 times for warranty repair - mostly within the first two months. Out of the many cars I have owned, that is by far the worst record with the exception of my old Mercury Mystique (mistake), which ended up being bought back by Ford. And the 124 is likely the Fiat with the best reliability. Still love the car, but my gosh.They mention Fiat's low scores for quality from JD Powers and Consumer Reports... I don't have a clue who these people are surveying, certainly not me! I own 3 Fiats and my experience with the cars has been completely positive.
FIAT does really need to step it up as far as marketing the cars and supplying cars to their dealers.
Articles like this appear quite regularly - pretty much every quarter. It's mostly just clickbait. FCA is quite profitable at the moment and isn't going anywhere for a while.This is really hard for me to believe. I love this car
Crappy click bate... "Oblilvion". Basic spelling errors..This is really hard for me to believe. I love this car
There's a 500 electric? Didn't know that, but then Cali residents are known to try anything to help out the planet...In California Fiat 500's are quite plentiful as are the little electric version, the 500e. Spiders...err, not so much. ...
I agree. my story is that my 500 abarth was being serviced. while i waited i said "self, i might as well go look at what the 2017 500 abarths look like and what they offer". by the time i got in the showroom, i didn't even go look at the 500. how could i, with a black, a white, and a red spider 124 staring me in the face. a month later and the rosso abarth was mine. 1st one purchased in el paso texas.There IMO is one reason for it. Nonexistent marketing. No one knows about the car, **** I would never have heard of its existence if I didnt happen across it while oggling an Alfa 4c.