Hurray, an FCA sports car is finally ready in the US.
It has been more than 30 years since the last Fiat 124 was sold in the US, and now the new cars have finally landed. In the US, the 124 will be priced from $24,995 for the manual transmission and $26,345 for the automatic. We'll give you one guess which transmission we'd be taking. At just under $25,000, the 124 is being advertised as "the most affordable turbo-powered convertible in America." The standard car comes with 16-inch wheels, halogen headlights, LED taillights, dual-exhaust tips, cloth seats and silver accents inside.
You can opt for larger 17-inch wheels, a silver-painted A-pillar, and dual-chrome tipped exhaust, piano black accents and leatherette seats with the Lusso trim at $27,495. Those wanting the Abarth will have to wait, as those models might not arrive until the end of the summer. To celebrate the return of the 124, Fiat will offer the US-exclusive Prima Edizione Lusso, which starts from $35,000. This edition, unveiled at the LA Auto Show, is available with exclusive Azzurro Italia paint, premium leather seats in Saddle and an individually numbered commemorative badge. You will also get a poster with the original design blueprints, a blue leather bag, and a journal with a pen. Seems like a hefty price for a car filled with some weird nik-naks.