|Class||Mini crossover sport utility vehicle|
|Body Style||5-door hatchback|
|Length|| 4,248 mm (167.2 in)
4,273 mm (168.2 in) (500X Cross)
|Width||1,796 mm (70.7 in)|
|Height||1,600–1,620 mm (63.0–63.8 in)|
|Wheelbase||2,570 mm (101.2 in)|
|Weight||1,320–1,495 kg (2,910–3,296 lb)|
|Transmission|| 5-speed FPT C510 manual
6-speed FPT C635 manual 6-speed FPT C635 DDCT dual-clutch automatic 9-speed ZF 948TE automatic
|Engine|| 1.4 L FIRE I4 (turbocharged petrol)
1.6 L E.torq I4 (petrol) 2.4 L Tigershark I4 (petrol) 1.3 L Multijet II I4 (turbocharged diesel) 1.6 L Multijet II I4 (turbocharged diesel) 2.0 L Multijet II I4 (turbocharged diesel)
|Designer||Centro Stile Fiat (under Roberto Giolito)|
The 500X was unveiled in Paris Motor Show on October 2, 2014. It is Fiat's second four-door hatchback since the 500L was introduced for the 2014 model year. The car is produced at the SATA plant of Melfi, Italy, alongside the Jeep Renegade.
The 500X is based on the Small Wide 4×4 architecture, a platform evolved from the GM Fiat Small platform used for the Fiat Grande Punto and Fiat 500L.The Fiat 500X is available with several engines that drive the front wheels by standard, while all-wheel-drive is an option with most engines. At launch, the following engines were available outside of North America: one petrol, the turbocharged 1.4 MultiAir2, and two MultiJet turbodiesels displacing 1.6 and 2.0 litres.
In North America, the Fiat 500X features the following two engines:<
- A 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission available only with front-wheel-drive.
- A normally-aspirated 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a 9-speed automatic with standard front-wheel-drive and optional with all-wheel-drive.
In detail, the following engines and powertrain combinations are available worldwide:
|Engine||Year of introduction||Type||Displacement||Power at rpm||Torque at rpm||CO2emissions||0–100 km/h (0–62 mph)||Top speed|
|1.4 MultiAir II||2014,|
|straight-4turbochargedpetrol, SOHC16 valve||1368 cc||140 PS(103 kW; 138 hp) @5000||230 N·m (170 lb·ft) @1750||139 g/km||9.8 s||190 km/h (120 mph)|
|straight-4turbochargedpetrol, SOHC16 valve||1368 cc||162 PS(119 kW; 160 hp) @5500||249 N·m (184 lb·ft) @2500||8.6 s||200 km/h (120 mph)|
|1.6 MultiJet II||2014,|
|straight-4turbochargeddiesel, DOHC16 valve||1598 cc||120 PS(88 kW; 118 hp) @3750||320 N·m (240 lb·ft) @1750||109 g/km||10.5 s||186 km/h (116 mph)|
|2.0 MultiJet II 140||2014,|
|straight-4turbochargeddiesel, DOHC16 valve||1956 cc||140 PS(103 kW; 138 hp) @4000||350 N·m (260 lb·ft) @1750||144 g/km||9.8 s||190 km/h (120 mph)|
|2.4 Chrysler Tigershark MultiAir II||2015,|
|straight-4petrol, SOHC16 valve||2360 cc||182 PS(130 kW; 180 hp) @6250||237 N·m (175 lb·ft) @4400|
|Fiat 1.4 L I4 FIREMultiAir2 Turbo||103 kW (138 hp; 140 PS)||6-speed Fiat C635manual||2014–Present||Europe|
|Fiat 1.4 L I4 FIREMultiAir Turbo||119 kW (160 hp; 162 PS)||6-speed Fiat C635manual||2015–Present||North America|
|Chrysler 2.4 L I4Tigershark MultiAir2||134 kW (180 hp; 182 PS)||9-speed Chrysler 948TE automatic||2015–Present||North America|
|Fiat 1.6 L I4 E.torQ||81 kW (109 hp; 110 PS)||5-speed Fiat C510manual||2015–Present||Europe|
|Fiat 1.6 L I4MultiJet2||88 kW (118 hp; 120 PS)||6-speed Fiat C635manual||2014–Present||Europe|
|Fiat 2.0 L I4MultiJet2||103 kW (138 hp; 140 PS)||6-speed Fiat C635manual||2014–Present||Europe|
|9-speed Chrysler 948TE PRNDLTronic|
Trim levels Edit
In the US, the Fiat 500X comes in Pop, Easy, Lounge, Trekking, and Trekking Plus trim levels — with optional all-wheel-drive on all but Pop trim level. In Europe it comes in Pop, Pop Star, Lounge, Cross and Cross Plus trims, with the all-wheel-drive available only on the 2.0L Multijet diesel-powered version.
Emissions compliance Edit
Prompted by the Volkswagen emissions scandal, the French government commissioned a test which in 2016 found many cars not complying with the intention of the emission laws. The 500X was measured to have a NOxemission level of 1.35 g/km, 17 times the Euro 6 limit of 80 mg/km.
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