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2012 Fiat 500c Cabriolet. (Michael Bettencourt for The Globe and Mail)
2012 Fiat 500c Cabriolet. (Michael Bettencourt for The Globe and Mail)

Fiat 500c Cabriolet

Fiat does Euro-chic on the cheap Add to ...

Looking at the new Fiat 500 cabriolet's main rivals, Mini and Smart chief among them, all of them have a unique European je ne sais quoi. But the new Italian convertible looks like the hot four-wheel automotive accessory this summer.

Most impressive about the Fiat 500c is that its cheeky Euro-chic style comes with something very un-European: a reasonable price. It is now the least-expensive new convertible sold in Canada, starting at $19,995, with a lower MSRP than even base Jeep Wranglers as well as topless Minis and Smarts.

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