The Fiat brand in the United States has cut down to the bone, selling fewer models now than when they left the U.S. market in 1983. Only the 500X, cousin to the Jeep Renegade is till on the market for 2021. Although the fact of Fiat leaving the U.S. market is not proven, with the brands low sales, loss of its 500, 500C, Abarth, and 124 Spider models, and the upcoming merger with European company PSA, Fiat has probably sang its last aria in a U.S. opera house.
The badge-engineered Miata clone, albeit with a Fiat engine, is discontinued.
This model disappeared before model year 2020, along with its semi-convertible and hot-rod Abarth variants.
This expanded, 5-door hatchback version of the 500 is discontinued as well for 2021.
500X Sport offers a new value package, bundling popular options together at a savings of $2700. These features include navigation, front and rear parking sonar, 19-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, a premium audio system and more. The 19-inch wheels are a new feature this year, along with the all-season 225/45R19 tires.
A new Sport Appearance Package on the Pop equips it with the fascia from the Sport model, dual chrome exhaust tips, gray mirror caps, cornering light fog lights and 18-inch wheels, options not available on the Pop before.
500X Pop and Trekking get new upholstery and dashboard trim.