Abarth Review

Full drive review of the 2020 Abarth 695 70th Anniversario! A car that i have been waiting for to replace the brilliant abarth 695 biposto. Has the 695 70th anniversario done this though? Its a tough one as from a performance element no, it has not. it still runs 180bhp with the garret 1446 turbo. 0-60 acceleration takes 6.7 seconds. thats one second slower than the biposto. It does however come with a new assetto wing that produces up to 42kg of downforce when on its max setting. i think the new abarth 695 70th anniversario looks great in the new monza 1958 green. In this video i have a first drive in the car and really drive it hard around a very technical circuit to put the new abarth 695 through its paces!

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Today it’s a hot hatchback challenge, between a Mini John Cooper Works 3dr hatch – let’s call it the Mini JCW – and the Abarth 595 Competizione.

These are two lairy, good fun, wildly characterful hot hatches. They might not be the ultimate in keenness – you’d look to something like the Ford Fiesta ST if you wanted the greatest all rounder in the class – but they both offer something unique and entertaining.

The Mini JCW has a big 2.0-litre turbocharged engine with plenty of power and its sophisticated chassis ought to make it very capable.

The Abarth 595 is a more curious hatch – a city car with aggressive looks and the aggression turned up to 11.

We like them both. But which will our expert road testers, Mauro Calo and Matt Prior, think is the best? Join us on the roads of Wales in the height of, er, summer, as we find out.

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Although it provides a window into life with a car, there’s only so much we can learn during a regular week-long review. Niggles pop up, panels come loose and rattles start to form over time – and if you’re anything like us, they’ll start to drive you insane.

Rather than taking a stab in the dark, or relying on scuttlebutt from punters to learn what it’s like living with some of Australia’s most interesting, popular or talked about cars, we went out and laid down our hard-earned on a fleet of diverse ‘owned cars’, ranging from an Abarth 595 to a Mitsubishi Triton.

Here’s a little look into life with our loveable Italian stallion, the Abarth 595. As you might expect, it’s a quirky beast – lucky it’s fun to drive, right?

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Welcome to the 2019 Abarth 595 Competizione 70th Anniversary.

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This video is all about the 2019 Abarth 595 Competizione. I will go over the exterior, interior, infotainment system, and some of the most important features in full detail. Furthermore, after discussing these, I will take the 595 for a test drive. The most important objectives of this video are to let you know, whether or not you are a potential buyer, how the car drives, the quality, the overall exterior and interior look, the performance, etc.

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The Fiat Grande Punto is a supermini car produced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat since 2005. It is the third generation in the Fiat Punto series and was announced in August 2005, and launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show. In 2009, the Grande Punto became an entry level model sold alongside the facelifted, higher spec Punto Evo. In August 2015 Fiat launched in India the Abarth brand, the locally produced Abarth Punto, based on the 310-Punto five door.

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Today we take a look at the 500 Abarth! This is a smaller car, but is a ton of fun to drive! You can opt for an automatic, but with the manual it just gives you that much more driver engagement and is very easy to drive. Storage space is somewhat limited, but is to be expected given the size. The coolest thing in my opinion was being able to remove the soft top roof!! It was a lot more fun and you could hear the exhaust just a little bit more!

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A used Fiat 500 Abarth is a hilariously fun $9,000 used car. Today I’m reviewing this 2013 500 Abarth to show you all the cool things about it — and I’m showing you why you should get a used 500 Abarth.

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Review of my series 4 (165HP) Abarth 595 Turismo bicolore after owning it for a good month. With all the good and bad things, I noticed on this Italian sports car. Don’t forget to Subscribe for more car reviews and roadtrip adventures.

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For quite a while now, Italian tuning house Abarth has been helping to create go-faster versions of everyone’s favorite four-wheeled fashion accessory, the Fiat 500.

But make no mistake about it, this thing might look like a slightly juiced-up 500 but it’s very different underneath. This one is the 595 Turismo, which on a scale of ‘slightly unhinged’ to ‘completely balls-out mental’ is somewhere around the middle.
With 163bhp from a 1.4-litre turbo engine, if the Fiat 500 is the car equivalent of a handbag, the Abarth 595 is the equivalent of the Snapchat dog filter and a choker necklace.

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This time I slip behind the wheel of the car that transformed into an Italian beauty. The 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth!

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Review of my 500 Abarth after nearly 3 years of ownership.
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The Abarth 595 Competizione pushes performance to the limit. 180 HP of pure adrenaline with Garrett turbo, Abarth front and rear shock absorbers by Koni, dual mode “Record Monza” exhaust system with 4 tailpipes, fixed 4-piston front calipers by Brembo, Corsa 17” diamond cut alloy wheels, Abarth side stripe in Anthracite Grey. An Abarth with no compromises.

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While the world was pouring adoration over the impossibly retro Fiat 500 in 2007, the newly reinvigorated tuning firm Abarth was readying its version. It was an instant hit and over the years new versions of the Abarth 500 came along with more power and more crazy bodywork. It’s the small hatchback’s success that has paved the way for the Abarth 124 Spider, so it only seems right that it gets an upgrade itself. And this is our first taste of it – the new Abarth 595.

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We review the 2016 Fiat 500 Abarth. After taking a look at the extreme and the mundane side of cars, this Abarth blends a bit of both. There are many options in the sub compact segment like the Mini Copper, Toyota iA and of course larger cars like the Honda Civic, and Mazda3. This Fiat is older choice, the question is after all of these years, does it make sense to own?

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0:00 – 0:40 Intro
0:40 – 3:05 Exterior Impressions
3:05 – 10:50 In the Shoppe with Turbowski
10:50 – 19:10 Driving Impressions
19:10 – 25:32 Interior Impressions
25:32 – 26:13 Final Thoughts
26:30 Outtakes

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