• Dodge CEO: "Fiat 500 will come to America by the end of the year"

American motorists that have been waiting for the Fiat 500 to come to American shores will have their wishes granted after Dodge CEO Ralph Giles announced that the hatchback will be available Stateside by the end of the year.

In a speech he delivered at the Economic Club of Chicago, Giles was bombarded with a wide-range of questions from a variety of subjects, one of which touched on whether the new Fiat-Chrysler partnership had plans of bringing the Fiat 500 to the U.S.

Despite Giles’ proclamation that the 500 will be making it’s a trip across the pond, Dodge has still to make an official announcement on the news, including the exact date of when the 500 will make its US debut. Keep it here and we’ll update you as soon as further developments become available.


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  (442) posted on 03.2.2010

Interesting point of view Joe. Well, I think that small cars can still be competitive in the market as having a small car in the city is still advantageous most times specially when it comes to traffic and in parking, even though it may not carry as much passenger or luggage comfortably as those regular cars can, it can still do the job of delivering good mileage.

  (571) posted on 02.16.2010

The question is will there still be a need or a market for such a small car? I think that small cars only became popular cause of the mileage it can give to the driver. With all the technology and innovation we have with cars nowadays, regular cars can get good mileage as well. So the question ends up to that actually, will there be a need for a small car when a regular car can drive the same distance with more passenger and luggage space?

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