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Fiat 500

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  • Registered Users Posts: 64,315 ✭✭✭✭unkel


    Sweet. Or import a second hand one from the USA. They are stupid cheap over there, from USD6k for a 2017. Would buy one for my daughter if only it was RHD (the older ones aren't - were only ever sold in the USA)


  • Registered Users Posts: 13,977 ✭✭✭✭Johnboy1951


    I like that extra small rear door option!


  • Registered Users Posts: 7,792 ✭✭✭Patser


    Why, oh why, are they always so slow to give prices?

    Why have an Irish journalist report in an Irish newspaper report on a car that will vaguely be launched 'later this year' at 'unknown price'.

    The UK websites have had prices available on this for months, with a configurator online to give you an idea of what's on the way, and the options.

    Fiat.ie has a link to the limited edition La Prima (launch models) which are sold out and unavailable, with dealers knowing nothing.

    Insert exact same complaint here for Mokka e, for Ioniq 5, for Honda e (even to an extent now) - go to the UK website, prices, options, chances to personalise and see what's available (ok not yet on Ioniq) but Irish website, nowth


  • Registered Users Posts: 800 ✭✭✭Jimjay


    Patser wrote: »
    Why, oh why, are they always so slow to give prices?

    Why have an Irish journalist report in an Irish newspaper report on a car that will vaguely be launched 'later this year' at 'unknown price'.

    The UK websites have had prices available on this for months, with a configurator online to give you an idea of what's on the way, and the options.

    Fiat.ie has a link to the limited edition La Prima (launch models) which are sold out and unavailable, with dealers knowing nothing.

    Insert exact same complaint here for Mokka e, for Ioniq 5, for Honda e (even to an extent now) - go to the UK website, prices, options, chances to personalise and see what's available (ok not yet on Ioniq) but Irish website, nowth

    Opel has prices and brochure for mokka-e
    Two options available €33000 and €34000 fairly good spec on both including adaptive cruise. Dealers should have them by end of march.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 7,792 ✭✭✭Patser


    Jimjay wrote: »
    Opel has prices and brochure for mokka-e
    Two options available €33000 and €34000 fairly good spec on both including adaptive cruise. Dealers should have them by end of march.

    Yep that's new, wasn't there last week. Thanks. Still missing a few options compared to other markets- can't select black bonnet or red lined alloys. But this is probably better for Mokka e thread


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