The U.S. market Fiat 500 has finally debuted at the 2010 LA Auto Show.
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Potential buyers will be given the choice between Pop, Sport, and Lounge trim levels, each with different colors, wheels, and options available.
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No matter the trim, all 500s will feature Fiat's 1.4-liter MultiAir engine.
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The Sport model features sport bucket seats and 16-inch wheels.
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The Sport also features a more aggressive front air dam. The Lounge gets more chrome trim over the most basic Pop model.
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Available also is a glass power sunroof (standard on the Lounge model).
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The 500 will be available in 16 different colors.
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Potential buyers can expect the Fiat 500 to start at $15,500 for the basic Pop model (plus taxes and fees, of course).
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