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The only Fiat vehicle available for purchase in the United States for the 2023 model year is the Fiat 500X, which takes the look and feel of a Fiat 500 and packages it in a larger crossover SUV. Here is everything you need to know about the base model Fiat 500X, how much the fully loaded Fiat 500X costs, and all of the other trims available today.

A blue 2023 Fiat 500X at an auto show.
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2023 Fiat 500X Pop: price, specs, and features

The 2023 Fiat 500X Pop is the base model 500X and starts at around $27,965. The lone powertrain available for the 2023 500X is a 1.3L turbo four-cylinder engine mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission, which produces 177 horsepower and 210 lb-ft of torque.

The 500X offers four-wheel drive as a standard feature, even in the Pop base model, and fuel economy is solid for a four-wheel drive crossover at an estimated 24 mpg city and 30 mpg highway, according to Fiat.

On the inside, passengers have basic cloth bucket seats and manual-adjustable seats, along with a 6-speaker audio system and 7-inch touchscreen display housing Apple CarPlay and Andriod Auto. As far as safety goes, the 500X Pop comes equipped with basic safety systems including a backup camera and electronic stability control.

While the base model may not be the most well-equipped crossover, it does offer standard four-wheel drive and a fashionable interior that harkens back to the days of the classic Fiat 500 hatchback. 

2023 Fiat 500X Yacht Club: price, specs, and features

Yes, the Fiat 500X’s top trim level is indeed called the Yacht Club and with all of the features found in this top-of-the-line 500X, it truly does live up to that name.

The 500X Yacht Club is also an incredible value, starting at just $33,945, meaning that you can upgrade from the base trim 500X Pop to the Yacht Club for around a $6,000 premium, which is a small price difference that is rarely seen today. The 500X Yacht Club comes equipped with the same engine, transmission, and four-wheel drive system found in the 500X Pop, but the interior and features have been massively overhauled.

The interior of the 500X Yacht Club is adorned with ivory leather seats and door trim, which fits right in with the Yacht Club branding. The Yacht Club also comes equipped with an Al-Fresco top, which removes the old panoramic sunroof and instead has a power-soft top for open-air driving.

The 500X Yacht Club also comes with unique Blu Venezia paint, special edition badging throughout, and striking 18-inch wheels which are also unique to this trim level. For an additional charge, 500X Yacht Club owners can add a Driver Assistance package which includes adaptive speed control, blind-spot monitoring, cross-path detection, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and automatic windshield wipers.

This fully loaded 500X gives you a ton of luxury features and beautiful visual upgrades that make it look right at home at a yacht club.

Different trims for every budget

If you think the Fiat 500X Pop is a little on the basic side, and the Yacht Club is a little too extravagant, there are other trims to choose from. The 500X Trekking takes the Pop trim and adds front heated leather seats, a dual-pane sunroof, larger 18-inch wheels, and safety technology including forward collision warning and lane departure warning.

Above the Trekking trim is the Sport, which comes standard with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and paddle shifters, leather-trimmed bucket seats, dual chrome exhaust tips, and unique Sport badging.

Finally, the Fiat 500X Trekking Plus takes all of the features found in the Trekking trim and adds leather seats for the rear passengers, front and rear park assist, blind spot monitoring, and wireless smartphone integration.

With so many options to choose from, there is bound to be a stylish Fiat 500X trim that fits your needs and budget, and with such an iconic design, you are bound to find a ton of value regardless of the trim level you choose!