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The Italian brand Fiat has had ups and downs in its automotive career, like a lot of Manufactures. Over the past several years, they’ve managed to bring themselves back on top. Today, the Fiat automotive group includes many brands like Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, and also the American group Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and RAM. With a used Fiat for sale, you’ll find your happiness, because the expertise of this Italian manufacturer is second to none. With the introduction of the all-new Fiat 500, Fiat has targeted an all new customer base and this new model is selling extremely well. Currently, the North American range is only composed with this one model and its variants convertible Abarth. Fiat has known a great career and has become legendary in the automotive world. Feel free to find your used Fiat in our inventory!

Used Fiat - Protecting the environment

Protecting the environment is one of Fiat’s main goals, that has made available its abilities and technological progress for years, and has tried to increase public awareness: safeguarding the environment is a major challenge that concerns the culture and behavior of society as a whole. As part of its commitment, Fiat has involved not only its partners in industry, but also government and local institutions, in a constant effort to reduce the environmental effects of its products and production processes. Concrete, specific mobility and safety projects, for example, are the Athena Project in Naples and the Electra Parks in Turin and Livorno, in Italy. Read more

Fiat rumoured to take over Opel

With the recent alliance between the US group General Motors and French group PSA Peugeot Citroën, rumours are now rife that Fiat has launched a bid to take over European car maker Opel. GM has responded saying that its subsidiary is not for sale. Automotive News first reported these rumours and stated that General Motors had absolutely no intention of selling its European subsidiary. This was after an Italian magazine claimed that Fiat would buy Opel if the GM-PSA alliance were to break down. According to those rumours, President and CEO Sergio Marchionne had sent a buyout proposal to the American group. The Italian car maker has refused to comment, unlike GM: In a press release, GM Vice President Stephen Grisky said it had no intention of selling its Opel subsidiary and that GM was standing firmly behind the brand.

Fiat's Panda Coming To Canada

Canadians like their small cars. All of the auto manufacturers know this. It may be the only thing saving Suzuki's presence in Canada. That's why we often get first crack at smaller, cute cars like the smart and the Mini. In other cases, the US may get a token single model while Canada gets the full line-up. Such may be the case with Fiat as they bring their new Panda MPV and their more established Punto to Canada, with no current plans to take them to the US. Buoyed by significantly higher Canadian sales than in the US (proportionally), Fiat is looking to make a bigger push up into the Canadian market. Canadian's love of small cars, often due to their lower pricing and fuel economy, combined with a more European mindset makes Canada the perfect place to gain a strong North American foothold for the affordable Italian car company.

Marchionne Speaks At Toronto Auto Show

Sergio Marchionne, CEO & President of Fiat S.p.A. and of course, top guy at Chrysler addressed us media types at this year's auto show in Toronto. In his keynote speech, Marchionne first apologized for the troubles and chaos caused when the North American auto industry seemed to self destruct, requiring bailouts and bankruptcies to set itself straight again. He listed numerous mistakes made by the industry six years ago and said that they would all do a better job thanks to refinancing and reorganization. Eager to get "past the past", Marchionne then praised the direction that the auto industry is taking, as it restabilizes and is starting to show strength not seen in nearly a decade. He spoke of the industry's renewed vitality and of it's return to profitability. He pointed out that there were 1.7 million new cars and trucks sold in Canada last year, and we are on track for more this year.

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The Fiat 500 GQ Edition

The Fiat 500 GQ Edition

After first being pegged as a 'chick car', Fiat's 500 is undergoing a makeover. Targeting male customers, Fiat has released a new "GQ" edition, aimed at metrosexuals...

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Fiat's Panda Coming To Canada

Fiat's Panda Coming To Canada

Canadians like their small cars. All of the auto manufacturers know this. It may be the only thing saving Suzuki's presence in Canada. That's why we ...

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