After upgrading its older model 500L, FIAT also unveiled an updated its youngest brother. Fiat 500X is on sale for around three years. So. there is no need for classical redesigns of 2019 Fiat 500X. It will come again in Urban and Cross variants. The Italian carmaker is going to include more features into both of them for 2019 season. Purchasers will select in between two brand-new colors of the exterior. Significant changes we will see in the crossover’s cabin. News for 2019 includes the most recent TomTom 3D navigation and updates of video cameras.
2019 Fiat 500X Interior and Exterior
Major changes for the 2019 Fiat 500X exterior consist of new colors. In 2018, the company included Donatello Bronze and Alpi Matte Green paint jobs. For next upgrade, the 2019 500X SUV will include two more. The crossover will get a brand-new generation of Uconnect multimedia services. One of the highlights will be a 7-inch touchscreen screen. Furthermore, the system has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay services. This will streamline combination and connection of smartphones. In addition, Bluetooth, AUX and USB connections, along with voice commands are available.
2019 Fiat 500X Specs
The 2019 Fiat 500X will use again a 1.4-liter 4-cylinder engine as its main powertrain. This engine benefits 160 hp and 185 lb-ft of torque. The 2019 500X crossover will keep quite high mileage. Highway range will be 35 mpg. The second option will return around 30 mpg on highways and 26 combined. It is a 2.4-l inline-4. It offers more power, 180 horses, but less torque, 170 lb-ft. A 6-speed transmission is basic for an entry-level crossover. The other one is using a 9-speed transmission.
2019 Fiat 500X Price and Release Date
The 2019 Fiat 500X is going to keep the pricing of its predecessors. That suggests we will buy a crossover for $21,000. However, lots of professionals find this quite costly for a vehicle that does not have a great deal of equipment. For instance, even the brand-new Fiat 500X is not going to use Bluetooth connectivity. Some other services are readily available for higher-end models, while competitors, such as Mazda CX-5 or Buick Encore, are using these in base trims.