Fiat is expanding the Fiat 500 family with the introduction of the 500L Trekking and 500L MPW (Multi-Purpose Wagon). The 500L Trekking is a distinctively rugged crossover look with a raised ride height and M+S (Mud&Snow) all-season tyres, plus the clever Traction+ system.
The 500L Trekking gives a sportier, more dynamic twist to the 500L concept without compromising its class-leading interior space and functionality. It has some features like protective underbody shields, diamond finished alloy wheels, specially designed bumpers, satin-finish inserts on the bumpers, side mouldings and door handles.
On the interior the 500L has class-leading levels of safety equipment and enjoys a high level of standard specification. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, 5" touchscreen radio with Bluetooth, and Cruise Control. It has distinctive color combinations on the inside like the Magnesio Grey fabric with brown leather inserts and a painted dash or the Black fabric with white inserts and a choice between black or white painted dashboard.
The entry level engine for the Fiat 500L Trekking is the 1.4 16v FIRE engine delivering 95hp at 6000rpm and torque of 127Nm at 4500rpm. This in-line four-cylinder has double overhead camshafts and will do 0-62mph in 13.2 seconds, going on to a top speed of 103mph.
Other engines include the 0.9-litre turbo with Start&Stop developing 105hp at 5500rpm and a torque of 145Nm at just 2000rpm. It will do 0-62mph in 12.6 seconds and has a top speed of 107mph. The 1.3 MultiJet II version of the Fiat 500L Trekking develops its 85hp at 3500rpm, with maximum torque of 200Nm at just 1500rpm. Its maximum speed is 99mph with a 0-62mph time of 15.3 seconds. The 1.6 MultiJet engine produces 105hp at 3750rpm and a 320Nm of torque at 1750rpm. It will do 0-62mph in just 12 seconds with a top speed of 109mph.