Fiat 500 brings a pop of Italian style to the highway landscape


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KENOSHA, WI--Dec. 19, 2013: Today's drivers are starting to pick up on the styling trends of today: energetic front fascia, sculpted curvature, and blunt back ends seem to be among the common elements that garner applause in recent years. But how does a car company maintain its own look and feel while keeping up with what's current? Many attempt it; Some come up with an answer that works, while others seem to blend into the scenery without making much of a statement. The 2014 Fiat 500 appears to have risen to the challenge admirably. With a look that is at once consistent with today's trends and yet undeniably Fiat, the 500 is poised to turn heads and draw praise.

Offering modern amenities at a price that many budget-conscious buyers are likely to approve of, the 2014 Fiat 500 has recently arrived at Palmen Fiat of Kenosha, WI. Palmen anticipates that the car will sell well among students and young professionals who are looking for something that's great on mileage without being too outdated or dull in its appearance and tech features. Available features like a premium sound system, spacious rear seating, and ample cargo space make the Fiat 500 a serious contender for the affections of today's young and ambitious car buyers.

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