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Abarth 595 COMPETIZIONE Price Australia

2022 Abarth 595 COMPETIZIONE

  • 4 Seat 3 Door Hatch
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 5 Speed Automated Manual | 5 Speed Manual
  • 4 cylinder 1.4L Turbo Petrol

Abarth 595 Specifications

  • Abarth 595 Details

    Price Ranges from $ 31,990.00 to $42,000.00
    Body Style Hatch / Convertible
    Release Date From August 2014 to March 2021
    Drive Type FWD
    VIN Plate Location RHS - On Floor in Boot Comp
    Compliance Plate Location LHS - On Floor in Boot Comp
    Country of Origin ITALY / POLAND
    Safety ANCAP Rating Ranges from 0.00 to 9.00
    Number of Doors 2 to 3
    Seating Capacity 4
  • Abarth 595 Features

    • Brakes
      Disc Brake Count 4
      Disc Brakes Standard
      Ventilated Disc Brake Count 2
    • Comfort
      Air Conditioning Standard
      Drink Holders Front seats
      Rear seats
      Vanity Mirror Driver
      Ventilation System Heater type: combustion
    • Controls & Instruments
      Gauges Low tyre pressure indicator
      Navigation Controls: touch screen
      Information type: 3D and voice
      Trip Computer Average fuel consumption
      Average speed
      Instantaneous fuel consumption
      Range for remaining fuel
      Voice Activating System Includes audio player
      Includes phone functions
    • Electrical
      Power Sockets 12v power outlet front
    • Entertainment & Communications
      Audio System Colour screen
      Digital radio
      Disc player reads MP3
      In-dash CD
      Radio: AM/FM
      Remote audio controls
      Remote audio controls type - steering wheel mounted
      Touch screen
      Bluetooth Includes music streaming
      Includes phone control
      Connections AUX jack front
      USB connection front
      Media Control Touch screen
      Mobile Integration Android Auto
      Apple CarPlay
      Screen Dashboard 1
      Dashboard 1 screen size (in) : 7.0
      Dashboard 1 touch screen - yes
      Speakers Total: 6
    • Interior
      Luxury Trim On dash: painted body colour
      On gearknob: leather
      Seat Upholstery Additional seat material: cloth
      Main seat material: cloth
    • Lights & Windows
      Headlights Bulb type (high beam)
      Bulb type (low beam)
      Height adjustment
      Lens type
      Power Windows Front
      Rear View Mirrors Standard
      Wipers Intermittent
    • Safety & Security
      Airbags Knee airbags - driver
      Number of: 7
      Side airbag - front
      Side curtain airbag - front
      Emergency Brake assist system
      Isofix Standard
      Seatbelts Driver
      Driver - pre-tensioners
      Passenger - pre-tensioners
      Vehicle Control Electronic brake distribution
      Electronic traction control
      Hill holder
    • Seating
      Second Row Seats Folding: 50/50
      Seating capacity: 2
      Type: bench/sports
      Front Row Seats - Driver Height type: manual
      Number of electrical adjustments: none
      Reach type: manual
      Reclining type: manual
      Type: sports
      Front Row Seats - Passenger Number of electrical adjustments: none
      Type: sports
    • Steering
      Power Steering Vehicle speed proportional
      Steering Wheel Height adjustment
      Type: alloy & leather
    • Colors
      Available in
      •   Gara white
      •   Modena yellow
      •   Campovolo grey
      •   Pista grey
      •   Abarth red
      •   Record grey
      •   Trofeo grey
      •   Podium blue
      •   Scorpione black
      •   Ice white tri coat
  • Abarth 595 Engine Specifications

    Size 1368 (1.4L)
    Power 118kW @ 5500rpm / 132kW @ 5500rpm
    Torque 230Nm @ 2750rpm / 225Nm @ 3000rpm / 250Nm @ 3000rpm
    Cylinders 4
    Number of Valves 16
    Compression Ratio From 0.00 to 9.00
    Bore/stroke 72.00x84.00
  • Abarth 595 Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Manual
    Drive Type FWD
    Turning Circle From 0.00 to 11.00
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DISC - VENTILATED / DISC - SOLID / DISC
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 205/40 R17 - 7x17 | 205/40 R17 - 7Jx17
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 205/40 R17 - 7x17 | 205/40 R17 - 7Jx17
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / CS / GD / ARB / CA / SA
    Rear Suspension Type ToB / CS / GD / ARB / RiA / SA
  • Abarth 595 Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Petrol
    Fuel Tank Capacity 35.0L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) From 2.9L/100km to 3.3L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) From 5.8L/100km to 6.5L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Abarth 595 Dimensions

    Length 3,657mm
    Width 35mm
    Height 1,485mm
    Wheelbase 2,300mm
    Front Track 1,415mm
    Rear Track 1,408mm
    Ground Clearance From 110mm to 118mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass -
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • Abarth 595 Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity From 0kg to 800kg
    Unbraked Towing Capacity From 0kg to 400kg

Abarth 595 FAQs

PMC Says...

6.6 / 10
Abarth 595
When it comes to hot hatches, it’s easy to get lost in the popular names of this segment, including those from Volkswagen, Hyundai and even Mini. However, Abarth has delivered an exceptional unit in the 595, which gets even better in the guise of the Competizione. For those that don’t know, this series is based on the old-school Fiat 500, but today it has been given a new lease on life thanks to the folk at Abarth, who have turned the 595 and 595C into a fighter. Naturally, it also comes bold in style, meaning all the eye-catching and trendy design touches that one could want. Following the retirement of the base variant, and the addition of a race-inspired special edition in the Scorpioneoro, the 2022 version of the Abarth 595 and 595C carry on with the powerful engine from past years, which means 132kW from the Competizione. It uses the same snappy four-pot turbo, while high-end performance traits like Brembo brakes and sports suspension add to the lively dynamic of this unit, and the truth is, while it might not be flawless, there are few cars that are as fun to drive as the 595 and 595C.

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6.9 / 10

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7.2 / 10

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5.8 / 10

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