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Picked up my new Red Sport today. Can't believe after only 9 months of ownership, I dumped my Kia Soul for the Fiat. I've had a life-long love affair with small cars, especially European cars. This is not my 1st Fiat either. Had a Spider back in the early 70's but it was no match for New England winters. I've also owned an MGB, Corvair Monza, Suzuki X-90, Hyundai Accent and Tiberon to name a few. My new Fiat is the smallest and I think it is going to be the most fun.

One question (I'm sure I'll have more) - does anyone have the cargo liner? Is there anything after-market to put into the rear cargo area to keep things from rolling around?

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I have a small blanket I use as a liner, it gives some traction. I also have a small container that has Velcro feet that I put small moveable things in.

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One question (I'm sure I'll have more) - does anyone have the cargo liner? Is there anything after-market to put into the rear cargo area to keep things from rolling around?

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first, CONGRATS on your new 500! sounds like you're already finding out how much fun they are!

about the cargo area, FIAT makes an accessory cargo tray. I think it sells for about $50. but as 'Tweak' mentioned, WeatherTech also makes a cargo liner (much more $$ if I remember correctly). but they DO make great products and I hope to get a set of their front floor trays for my 500 before winter.

oh, almost forgot..............WELCOME TO THE FORUM! :eek:
 

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WeatherTech is $89.95 w/o S&H but I would imagine it to be a bit nicer than most if not all others, it has a small cutout (VERY EASY to trim with a sharp razor-blade) if you have the Bose system. The side window vents are nice, a bit tight though so be aware of this, still better than the adhesive type.
 

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Thanks for all the suggestions. For the time being, a $6.00 plastic crate from Staples and two bungee cords is providing a safe place for small purchases.
 
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