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Fiat 500
The American version of the tiny Fiat 500 is getting its public debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show. There will be lots of available color options -- from sparkling red "Rosso Brillante" to corporate gray "Grigio" -- and three trim levels: Sport, Pop and Lounge.

You won't find these cars everywhere, though. There will be 130 Fiat dealers selling the 500 in the U.S. but they're heavily concentrated around urban areas.

Price for the 500 will start at $15,500, that includes a four-year bumper-to-bumper warranty and three years of free maintenance.



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Last updated November 17 2010: 3:45 PM ET
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