Sound is the sense that can really make a person gravitate to a car. The Fiat 500 Abarth has one of the best sounding stock exhaust notes found at near any price point (it will literally stop you in your tracks the first time you hear these cars start up). The flat bottom steering wheel, supportive seats, interesting gauge cluster, and turbo 1.4 Multi-air engine all do a great job in making you forget the cheaper details of the car. Depreciation has not been kind to the 500 resale prices, but this to to our benefit as these cars can be now be had for surprisingly short money. Find this 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth for sale in Naugatuck, CT for $5,999 via craigslist.
The Abarth has 82,000 miles on the odometer and has been dealer serviced. The seller claims the car needs nothing other than a new owner. They mention the outstanding sound system and leather seating. The ad is short on many details, but does reference new tires and recent brake work.
The leather seats and 17″ wheels signify this is a higher trim level car. This is the cheapest clean title Abarth that I have come across in plenty of CL searching. One of the ways you can increase the limited cargo capacity of these cars is to delete the rear seats entirely and put a carpeted panel in their place.
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Cory is waiting on the Dent Eraser to work his magic on his 1995 Mercedes C36 AMG