2012 Fiat 500 Priced at $15,500, Dealerships Announced

Fiat’s subcompact Mini Cooper competitor, the 2012 Fiat 500 (Cinquecento), was priced today at $15,500, excluding an undisclosed destination fee. The Fiat 500 will come in three trim configurations: Pop, Sport and Lounge.

The Fiat 500 can be ordered later this year and should be available at dealerships early in 2011. A Fiat 500C (cabrio) model will be available in spring 2011. Fiat also announced the dealerships where the 500 will be sold. We list them below:

Dealership name (dealership owner)

Alabama

  • Fiat of Birmingham (Terry Spitzer) Arkansas
  • Fiat of Little Rock (Steve Landers Jr.)

Arizona

  • Fiat of Tucson (John Grant and Doug Moreland)
  • Fiat of North Phoenix (AutoNation)
  • Fiat of Avondale (John Grant and Doug Moreland)
  • Fiat of Scottsdale (Larry Van Tuyl and Coye Pointer)
  • Fiat of Chandler (Don Luke)

California

  • Fiat of Irvine (Robert H. Tuttle and Jim Click)
  • Fiat of Costa Mesa (Jonathan Gray)
  • Fiat of Ontario (R.J. Romero)
  • Fiat of San Diego (Joe C. Gardon)
  • Fiat of Thousand Oaks (Andrew P. Shaver)
  • Fiat of Carlsbad (Christopher Baker)
  • Fiat of Roseville (AutoNation)
  • Fiat of Concord (Lithia Motors)
  • Fiat of North Sacramento (Carlos Hidalgo)
  • Fiat of Downey (Paul Antepara)
  • Fiat of Long Beach (Bob Davis)
  • Fiat of Palm Springs (Jorge L. Velarde)
  • Fiat of Fremont (Carlos Hidalgo)
  • Fiat of San Francisco (Kent Putnam)
  • Fiat of Puente Hills (Alexander Hwang)
  • Fiat of Torrance (AutoNation)
  • Motor Village of L.A. (Howard Drake)

Colorado

  • Fiat of Westminster (AutoNation)
  • Fiat of Denver (Doug Moreland)

Connecticut

  • Fiat of Hartford (E. Clayton Gengras Jr.)
  • Fiat of Branford (John Lavallee and Robert Lavallee)

Delaware

  • Fiat of Wilmington (Larry Giacchino)

Florida

  • Fiat of Daytona Beach (Randall Dye)
  • Fiat of Sarasota (Donald Osborne and R.W. Geyer)
  • Fiat of West Palm Beach (Jim Arrigo)
  • Fiat of Winter Haven (Ralph Mahalak)
  • Fiat of East Orlando (Frank Rodriguez)
  • Fiat of Sawgrass (Jim Arrigo)
  • Fiat of Clearwater (Alfred Andrews)
  • Fiat of Fort Myers (Frank Galeana Jr.)
  • Fiat of West Miami (Robert Potamkin, Alan Potamkin and Walter Ritter)
  • Fiat of Winter Park (John Fields)

Georgia

  • Fiat of Morrow (Don Jackson)
  • Fiat of Newnan (Don Jackson)
  • Fiat of Buford (AutoNation)
  • Fiat of Marietta (Fred Brillanti)

Hawaii

  • Fiat of Honolulu (Marc J. Cutter)

Illinois

  • Fiat of Highland Park (John Fields)
  • Fiat of Schaumburg (Aaron Zeigler)
  • Fiat of Orland Park (Michael Bettenhausen)

Indiana

  • Fiat of Greenwood (Tom Miller)
  • Fiat of Carmel (Fernando Falcon)
  • Fiat of Gary (Cary Bosak and Skip Bosak)

Kansas

  • Fiat of Olathe (Steve Landers)

Kentucky

  • Fiat of Louisville (Winston Pittman)

Louisiana

  • Fiat of New Orleans (Raymond Brandt)
  • Fiat of Shreveport (Steve Landers and Denny Rogers)

Massachusetts

  • Fiat of Norwood (Peter Catanese)
  • Fiat of Peabody (Brian Kelly)
  • Fiat of Cape Cod (Joe Laham)
  • Fiat of Worcester (Herb Chambers)

Maryland

  • Fiat of Owings Mills (Jerome Fader)
  • Fiat of Glen Burnie (Creston Tate)
  • Fiat of Gaithersburg (Harry Criswell)
  • Fiat of Frederick (Creston Tate)
  • Fiat of College Park (John Darvish)

Maine

  • Fiat of Portland (John J. Quirk)

Michigan

  • Fiat of Clinton Township (Carl Galeana)
  • Fiat of Novi (David Fischer)
  • Fiat of Bloomfield (Bill Golling)

Minnesota

  • Fiat of Inver Grove Heights (Peter Hasselquist and Jack Shimota)
  • Fiat of Brooklyn Center (David Luther)

Missouri

  • Fiat of Creve Coeur (Louis Fusz Jr.)

North Carolina

  • Fiat of Cary (Rick Hendrick and Gerald Desmond)

Nebraska

  • Fiat of Omaha (Mickey Anderson)

New Jersey

  • Fiat of Cherry Hill (Charles Foulke Jr.)
  • Fiat of Dover (Eric Nielsen)
  • Fiat of Somerville (Albert DiFiore)
  • Fiat of Ramsey (Ray Van Duren)

New Mexico

  • Fiat of Albuquerque (Patrick Melloy)

Nevada

  • Fiat of Las Vegas (Carolynn Towbin and Josh Towbin)

New York

  • Fiat of Westbury (Joel Sporn)
  • Fiat of Rochester (Ray Helfrich)
  • Fiat of Orchard Park (Bill Loecher and Scott Biehler)
  • Fiat of Albany (Stanley Metzner and Donald Metzner)
  • Fiat of Patchogue (Gary Brown)
  • Fiat of Manhattan (John Monninger)
  • Fiat of Albany (Stanley Metzner and Donald Metzner)
  • Fiat of Staten Island (Joe Manfredi and Nick Manfredi)
  • Fiat of Larchmont (Alfredo Gulla)
  • Fiat of Brooklyn (John Giuffre Sr.)

Ohio

  • Fiat of Toledo (Jim Yark)
  • Fiat of Akron (Adam Huff)
  • Fiat of Cincinnati (Robert Reichert)
  • Fiat of Bexley (Bobby and Bill Dawes)
  • Fiat of Youngstown (Bob and Chuck Eddy)
  • Fiat of Strongsville (Gary Panteck and Paul Hrnchar)
  • Fiat of Dublin (Dwayne Hawkins)
  • Fiat of Mentor (James Brown)

Oklahoma

  • Fiat of Oklahoma City (Bob Nouri)
  • Fiat of Tulsa (Group 1 Automotive)

Oregon

  • Fiat of Beaverton (Brad Tonkin and Ed Tonkin)

Pennsylvania

  • Fiat of Allentown (Frank Gerenser III)
  • Fiat of Greensburg (Paul Schimizzi)
  • Fiat of Downingtown (Jeff D’Ambrosio)
  • Fiat of Wexford (Corina Diehl)
  • Fiat of Langhorne (Bruce Toll)

Rhode Island

  • Fiat of Providence (Michael Grieco)

South Carolina

  • Fiat of South Charlotte (Damian Mills)

Tennessee

  • Fiat of Nashville (Gary Mathews)
  • Fiat of Memphis (Al Gossett)

Texas

  • Fiat of San Antonio (Ernesto Ancira Jr.)
  • Fiat of El Paso (Mack Massey)
  • Fiat of Houston (Jack Helfman)
  • Fiat of Clear Lake (John Garff)
  • Fiat of Austin (Nyle Maxwell)
  • Fiat of the Woodlands (Alfred Flores and Bruce Glascock)
  • Fiat of Fort Worth (Hershell Hunter)
  • Fiat of Plano (Ray Huffines)
  • Fiat of Sugar Land (Group 1 Automotive)
  • Fiat of Hurst (Conrad Holt)

Utah

  • Fiat of Salt Lake City (John Garff)

Virginia

  • Fiat of Newport News (S. Rick Gallaer Jr.)
  • Fiat of South Richmond (James Whitten)
  • Fiat of Fredericksburg (James Gramm)
  • Fiat of Norfolk (Bill Shepherd)
  • Fiat of North Richmond (Frank Pearson)
  • Fiat of Sterling (AutoNation)

Washington

  • Fiat of Seattle (AutoNation)
  • Fiat of Vancouver (Richard W. Hannah)
  • Fiat of Tacoma (Phillip W. Bivens)
  • Fiat of Kirkland (Greg Rairdon)

Wisconsin

  • Fiat of Milwaukee (John Bergstrom)
  • Fiat of Kenosha (Andy Palmen)

 

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