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The Fiat 500 (Italian: Cinquecento,) is a rear-engined, four-seat, small city car that was manufactured and marketed by Fiat Automobiles from 1957 to 1975 over a single generation in two-door saloon and two-door station wagon bodystyles.
Launched as the Nuova (new) 500 in July 1957, as a successor to the 500 "Topolino", it was an inexpensive and practical little car. Measuring 2.97 metres (9 feet 9 inches) long, and originally powered by a 479 cc two-cylinder, air-cooled engine, the 500 was 24.5 centimetres (9.6 inches) smaller than Fiat's 600, launched two years earlier, and is considered one of the first purpose-designed city cars.
Nuova 500 (1957–1961)
The 500 features a 479 cc (500cc nominal) two-cylinder engine, hence the name, producing just 13 horsepower. This model also features a fabric roof, foldable to the rear of the vehicle, like that of a Citroën 2CV — rather than the later roof design, which only folds half way back along the roof. The Nuova 500 is one of three models featuring "suicide doors."
Including the Sport model, in total 181,036 examples of the Nuova 500 were produced from 1957 to 1960.
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• THIS FIAT HAS 93,060 MILES
• 500CC 2 CYL. ENGINE WITH 4 SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
• RESTORED 3 YEARS AGO, EVERY NUT AND BOLT, $12000 INVESTED IN PARTS
• WELL MAINTAINED, GARAGE KEPT
• RUNS AND DRIVES