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Fiat 500

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  • cmhj2000cmhj2000 Posts: 148
    Have found with our Pop the mileage is slightly better with premium but all in all not a big factor when figuring in cost per mile.

    Most cars that are programed to run on varying fuel types will normally see a minor increase in mileage on higher grades of fuel.

    Despite the overall cost per mile is about the same, we'll probably run mid grade most of the time.
  • Thanks to both of you who responded. If anyone else has relevant experiences, please chime in. FYI, I'm only looking at the 5-speed manual. I've never owned an automatic and don't plan to start now.
  • cmhj2000cmhj2000 Posts: 148
    One month later and the wife is still smiling. Hope that lasts :)

    Lack of discussion could be a positive even though there are not a lot of these on the road here.

    One thing I've noticed here and some of the euro boards is few complaints. Hope that lasts too.
  • cmhj2000cmhj2000 Posts: 148

    Have had the 2013 500 Pop for over 2 months now with about 2K miles logged. No major issues to report but a minor one that might be important to some.

    I've found the heater output in this vehicle in not up to par with my GM vehicles. It's not a show stopper for me or the wife but one that might be important to others.

    Otherwise the vehicle has been performing well. It does run a bit better on midgrade than with regular and with a slight MPG gain as well. No noticeable change from mid grade to premium though. Looks like Poppie will get a diet of mid grade when available.

  • cmhj2000cmhj2000 Posts: 148

    Anyone have any experience with a remote start kit on the 500 Pop? Many what I'm interested in is how well does it work after installation

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