How fast can the new 2017 Fiat 124 Spider go from zero to 60? TFL’s Roman Mica decided to find out recently when he was at the Chargers Stadium in San Diego, California.
Roman and a special guest, Alex Dykes from Alex on Autos, took the silver convertible Spider out for a spin
Two Chevys and a Kia skyrocketed to near the top of the list for subcompact car sales in June.
The Chevrolet Sonic and Spark went from the middle of the pack to being the third and fourth highest selling subcompact cars, respectively, while the Kia Rio, which also was in the
The Jeep Renegade still reigned as the subcompact crossover sales king in June, despite seeing a reduction in the number of sales over last month.
Sales in June came to 9,688, which was a 10.9 percent decrease from May. However, in the subcompact crossover market, the Renegade stayed at the head of
The wait is over for Fiat enthusiasts who have longed to buy a new 124 Spider.
This month, Fiat will start selling its iconic 124 Spider convertible sports car after a 30-year hiatus. The last time the Spider was available to buy brand new in the United States was in 1985.
The first Fiat 124 Spider first bowed at the 1966 Turin Auto Show, with the first of its kind to be sold in the U.S. marketplace in 1968. It was produced exclusively for the U.S. market from 1975 and renamed the Spider 2000 in 1979.The entire production process was taken
What do the new 2017 Fiat 124 Spider, Mazda MX-5 Miata, MINI Cooper Convertible, and the VW Beetle Convertible have in common? They are all fun little roadsters and they all get compared here back-to-back by TFLcar's Roman Mica.
The 124 Spider is a modern interpretation on the classic roadster by
The 2017 Fiat 124 Spider is about to hit showrooms this summer, giving sports car enthusiasts another option in the top-down market.
Let's get the basics out of the way first. The 124 was engineered in conjunction with Mazda, which essentially means it borrows heavily from the MX-5 Miata. It rides on
It's pretty safe to say that the Renegade is a success for Jeep.
The little crossover once again led subcompact crossover sales by a wide margin, extending its overall yearly lead in the process.
Renegade sales were up an exaggerated 146 percent for the month and 344 percent for the year, although