Fiat to slash U.S. prices, trim levelsNov. 21, 2016
Fiat's new pricing structure in the United States will cut the sticker prices of some models next year by as much as $5,205 and drop the starting price of its cheapest model under $15,000, excluding shipping, according to documents obtained by Automotive News.
Fearing loss of small cars, FCA dealers look to FiatOct. 3, 2016
The folks who make their living doing dealership buy-sells agree: There is zero outside interest in buying U.S. Fiat stores, But among Fiat Chrysler dealers, Fiat's small stable of low-priced but slow-selling cars is getting a second look.
AutoNews Now: Android gets more car-friendlyMay 18, 2016
Fiat's loss selling EVs in 2015? $84 millionJan. 25, 2016
Among the 25,084 Fiat 500s sold in the United States in 2015 were at least 6,000 battery-electric 500e cars sold in California and parts of Oregon. Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said in 2014 that the company loses about $14,000 on each 500e it sells. If that's right it means Fiat lost about $84 million in 2015 selling the 500e.
Fiat will stick with 500, roadster in U.S.June 22, 2015
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles does not plan to add more Fiat models to its U.S. lineup beyond the Fiat 500 vehicle family and the forthcoming 124 two-seat roadster. Fiat brand chief Olivier Francois said other models wouldn't “fit the brand.”