Small 7 seater cars: Fiat 500 L Wagon

  • Home >>

With just 4.37 meter the Fiat 500L is the smallest 7 seater car on the market. It is part of the Fiat 500L Family which combines the more spacious versions of the Italian retro car. The 500 was originally introduced in September 2013.

Third row seating is part of the Standard Equipment of the 500L Wagon. The seats in the 2nd row can be adjusted in the longitudinal direction by almost 20 centimeters. With 493 liters the boot volume with 5 seats up it is more spacious than regular compact cars of that length. When all seats are folded the 500L Wagon offers a boot volume of 1,590 liters which allows the transportation of bulky goods of up to a maximum length of 2.60 m.

You cannot really assign the 500L Wagon to a vehicle category. With the dimensions of a compact car, it offers the space, comfort and versatility of a compact MPV.

The smallest 7 seater is available in the trims Pop Star and Lounge. Pop Star already comes standard with ABS, ESP, hillside assistance, driver and passenger airbags, side airbags at the front, two full head airbags front and rear, manual air conditioning, 16 ” alloy wheels, front power windows, leather steering wheel, Isofix attachment for child seats on the outside seats in the rear, central locking with remote control and electrically adjustable and heated outside mirrors. As a communication system the Uconnect® systems comes into play including a 5 ” touch screen and Bluetooth/USB/AUX ports series.

The Lounge trim additionally offers, among other things, an electric sunroof, dual zone climate control with pollen filter, rear parking sensors, rear view camera, powered rear windows, folding tables at the rear of the front seats, automatically dimming rearview mirror, as well as rain and dusk sensors.

The engine range includes the 1.4 Turbo petrol engine with 120 hp as well as 1.3 and 1.6 Diesel engines with 95 hp and 120 hp.

Prices in the UK start at £18,960 for the 120 hp petrol engine. The prices for the diesel engine start at £ 19,845.

Photos: Fiat Chrysler Automotives