I have to agree, I have said since I got here and first commented on the Abarth price it is likely to be nearly or at 30K once optioned in a manner I'd want to own it...my Azzurro Sport was also just over 22K coincidently enough.The price sounds great, but I certainly wouldn't want a bare bones model. The sticker on my Sport was over 22k, but it has every options except the nav. An equivalent Abarth would definitely be pushing 30k+.
Well, the official Fiat Canada already has the listing for what comes standard and what comes optional. I'm just curious what it the model looks like for the standard edition with absolutely nothing optioned.I have an Abarth brochure from the Montreal auto show. I will scan it at work on Monday and post the scans. List basic package and option packages.
Ah, thanks for that. I think it definitely looks better than the European stock wheels, though I would still say I would definitely have to upgrade to the 17's.