With remarkable engine efficiency, unusual aerodynamics and unmatched stability for a small five-door crossover, the Fiat 500 X Sport has unconditional fans. The car has a radical appearance, although after driving it turns out that the manufacturer has taken some specific precautions to prevent the “accelerators” from giving rise to an excessively expansive attitude, as it does not allow the stability control to be turned off.
The six-speed DCT automatic transmission also does not allow for radical driving, and a more aggressive driver will have to efficiently use the paddles next to the steering wheel (optional) to have a quick reaction sensation when changing gears in the city, but that said, a car that due to its design and associated aerodynamics is able to be sufficiently safe in terms of cornering and control of cornering movements. And even the stiff sport suspension and low-profile tires do not impair driving comfort and help with a safe journey.
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