2014 FIAT 500 versus 2014 MINI Cooper

Starting at MSRP*

IIHS Top Safety Pick
2014 FIAT
2014 MINI
  • Over 40 Standard & Available Safety & Security Features.
  • Better City & Highway Fuel Economy Than Mini Cooper.
  • More Standard Airbags Than Mini Cooper, Kia Rio Hatchback &
    Nissan Versa Hatchback***
  • More rear seat legroom than Mini Cooper, Ford Fiesta Hatchback
    & Kia Rio.
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