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The Abarth 595 is undoubtedly stylish, and the top models are startlingly quick but there are plenty of small hot hatches that are both cheaper and better to driveget the best price
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Even in the ‘standard’ Abarth 595 you’ll find alloy ‘racing’ pedals in the footwell, a flat bottomed steering wheel, and an Abarth-specific 7.0in digital instrument cluster.
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The entry-level 595 uses a turbocharged 1.4-litre T-Jet engine that produces a lukewarm 143bhp and 152lb ft of torque. Consequently, don’t expect hot hatch levels of performance.
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