300,000 copies sold in France

Fiat has just produced its 300,000th 500 for the French market, the third largest for the famous small Italian city car

The French love the 500. The proof, Fiat today celebrates the production of its 300,000th 500 for the French market.

“The famous Italian city car has just reached 300,000 copies destined for France. », Proudly announces the Italian manufacturer, before specifying that this total also includes the Abarth models.

France, 3rd market for the 500

Since its rebirth in 2007, the Fiat 500 thermal met a nice success in our country. France is indeed the third European market of the urban chip in terms of distribution, just behind Italy and the United Kingdom.

“This performance is all the more remarkable given that sales have continued to reach very high levels until recently, the best results being obtained in 2018 (27,000 copies) and 2019 (25,000 copies): a practically unique case in the automotive history in France. », Underlines Fiat.

“Another significant indicator: the selling price of the 500 is 20% higher than the average for segment A, confirming the strength of the positioning of the famous yoghurt pot! », Adds the brand.

The 300,000th Fiat 500 produced for the French market recently left the factory. This is’une version Dolcevita. It is intended for the Fiat distributor in Brive en Corrèze (19).

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