You can spend an awful lot of money on a Fiat 500, but it’s the cheaper trims that make the most sense. The cheapest of which is Pop, which comes with a USB, an aux-in connector, stereo controls on the steering wheel, electric front windows, remote central locking and electrically adjustable door mirrors. Air-conditioning is notable by its absence, as are alloys wheel (steel rims with plastic trims come as standard).
Next up is our favourite trim, Pop Star, which adds alloys, air-con and split-folding rear seats. Or, if you want a few more luxuries, consider Lounge trim. This brings a 5.0in touchscreen with Bluetooth, a leather steering wheel, rear parking sensors, climate control, a driver’s seat-height adjuster, along with some extra chrome detailing.
Of course, when you’ve settled on a trim, you’ll have access to a myriad of personalisation options to make your 500 stand out from the crowd, from chrome door mirrors to Italian flags emblazoned across the roof.