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Abarth 595c
PriceA$36,950 - A$38,950
Fuel Efficiency5.8 - 6L/100km
ANCAP RatingNot tested

Abarth 595c

The Abarth 595c is available in two variants, is classed as a Micro Car and is built in Poland. It uses Premium Unleaded Petrol fuel.

The Abarth 595c is sold with an engine size of 1.4L and with turbocharged four-cylinder.

The 595c range is offered with a 3 year, 150,000km warranty.

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William Stopford

Fiat 500 and Abarth 595 safe in Australia

William Stopford

 Fiat 500 and Abarth 595 safe in Australia

Despite their advanced age, the Fiat 500 and Abarth 595 will continue to be sold in Australia even as a new side-impact regulation claims the life of other older vehicles.

Abarth 595c Variants

 
2021 Abarth 595c COMPETIZIONE two-door convertible

2021 Abarth 595c COMPETIZIONE two-door convertible

5-speed Manual
MRLP A$36,950

Variants from Previous Years

2020 Abarth 595c

Abarth 595c FAQs

How much does the 2021 Abarth 595c cost?

The 2021 Abarth 595c range kicks off from A$36,950 (plus on-road costs) for the "595c COMPETIZIONE" variant and finishes at A$38,950 (plus on-road costs) for the "595c COMPETIZIONE" variant.

In which country is the Abarth 595c built?

The Abarth 595c is built in Poland and is then shipped to Australia.

What are the service intervals of the Abarth 595c?

Abarth suggests that owners service their Abarth 595c every 12 months or 15,000km, whichever comes first.

How safe is the Abarth 595c?

The Abarth 595c has not been tested by ANCAP yet.

What type of fuel does the Abarth 595c use?

The 2021 Abarth 595c uses only Premium Unleaded Petrol.

How many doors does the Abarth 595c have?

The 2021 Abarth 595c has 2 doors.

What is the warranty for the Abarth 595c?

The 2021 Abarth 595c has a 3 year, 150,000km warranty.