2020 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth

MSRP range: $29,390
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2020 Fiat 124 Spider Review

  • Nimble, lively handling
  • Excellent brake and steering feel
  • Quick and easy-to-use convertible top
  • The optional automatic transmission is a frustrating underperformer
  • Cramped interior and limited cargo capacity
  • Loud and rough-riding, especially on freeways
  • Taller drivers have difficulty getting comfortable
  • The Fiat 124 Spider is essentially unchanged for 2020
  • Part of the first Fiat 124 Spider generation introduced for 2017

Like other roadsters of its era, the original Fiat 124 offered charm, style and the freedom of open-top motoring. It was also plagued with the same mechanical gremlins as its contemporaries. When it came to comfort and convenience, it was hardly a step up from bicycling.

Today's 2020 Fiat 124 Spider retains its predecessor's charm and minimizes its drawbacks. Credit goes to its DNA. Under the 124's nouveau retro bodywork, it has the same underpinnings as the Mazda MX-5 Miata, although the Fiat uses its own engine, transmission and unique suspension tuning.

It's fair to say that the 124 would be better off sticking with the Miata's powertrain as well. While it's easy to understand why Fiat would want to put its own stamp on things, the reality is that the Miata's engine is more powerful and engaging when you rev it up to its redline. Mazda seems to have done a better job of suspension tuning as well — the Fiat rides more roughly.

The Miata is the better car here, and the latest Ford Mustang convertible might tempt you with its surprisingly well-rounded nature. Still, the 2020 Fiat 124 Spider, just like the classic models from the 1960s and '70s, is an undeniably fun roadster that can turn ordinary grocery runs into invigorating autocrosses.

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The Fiat 124 Abarth is a one-trick pony. It's exceptional fun on the right road thanks to excellent handling, steering and a punchy little turbo engine that does its best work when wrung out at high revs. But beyond that, this diminutive convertible forces compromises on comfort and utility. The right buyer will love this car; most will find some other drop-top or sports car more livable.
This nimble convertible is a delight on winding roads, where its small size and weight combine with excellent handling, a smooth transmission and sharp steering to make for a unique experience. The small engine lacks power, however, especially at low rpm. Our manual-transmission-equipped 124 test car covered 0-60 mph in 7.0 seconds in our tests — acceptably quick, but it's no muscle car.

While this lightweight car doesn't need a particularly robust brake system, the optional Brembo brakes feel firm and keep the car stable during hard panic stops. The Fiat shines in the twists and turns where it stays taut and flat and changes directions without hesitation.
Comfort isn't the 124 Abarth's strength. The ride borders on harsh, and you can expect to feel every bump and road imperfection. Stretches of uneven freeway can start to feel like an endurance test. You'll also endure road racket since engine noise is always intrusive with the top up. The mechanical noise is fun during spirited driving, but it never goes away.

Fortunately, the climate control is up to the task of regulating the 124's interior. The system can combat even high heat but works hard to do it. Having only three vents can add frustration to driving with a passenger on hot days.
Some buyers will value the 124's diminutive stature, but there's no getting around that such a small car forces compromises in seat adjustability. It also makes it getting in and out more difficult. The seatback must be upright for the seat to slide fully aft, so tall drivers must choose between legroom or reclining. More adjustments might be nice, but there's no space for them in the cramped space. At least the low seating position feels sporty and appropriate.

As a convertible, the 124 also has some visibility issues, with the view to the rear sides laughably poor when the top is up. Blind-spot monitoring is a helpful extra here. Fortunately, it's easy to put the top down (and back up) quickly.
The 124's infotainment system (borrowed from Mazda) is easy to use thanks to the knob-based interface. It offers the features you expect, although Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are glaring omissions. The optional navigation system is easy to use, and Bluetooth and dual USB ports offer useful smartphone integration and charging. The included voice controls do reasonably well with navigation and points-of-interest commands but are fairly limited in scope.

There are only a few optional driver aids, including blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and rear parking sensors. They come in handy as complements to the small side mirrors and poor visibility with the top up.
You can't expect much utility from a tiny two-seat convertible, and the 124 certainly doesn't deliver much. The trunk is minuscule, with a small opening that's flat in the rear deck. Fortunately, the car is low to the ground, which also keeps liftover height low. Two soft overnight bags will fit, but don't plan on packing for much more than a weekend.

There's also not much interior storage space, just a tiny armrest box and a center console cubby large enough for a phone. The "glovebox" behind and between the seats, while big enough for a purse, is difficult to access. Other convertibles might offer more practicality, but that typically comes at the cost of size, weight and nimbleness.
EPA estimates won't be reflected in the real world unless you do mostly highway driving. Power comes so high in the rev range that even keeping pace with aggressive traffic means eating into your efficiency. Over our time with our manual-equipped test car, we averaged about 24 mpg versus the EPA estimated 30 mpg combined.
A base Classica is reasonably priced, but a loaded-up Abarth will be harder to justify when compared to larger, more practical and more powerful convertibles around the same price. The Fiat's warranty isn't anything extraordinary compared to its rivals, although roadside assistance is good for four years and unlimited miles — a good thing.

The value question here is partially subjective since the Fiat isn't unreasonably priced for what it is. You just really have to want what it has to offer.
We get why a buyer would choose a 124 Abarth over a Miata Club. It's a very specific sports-car experience with very specific appeal. It overachieves when it comes to fun, especially on a winding road with the rpm between 4,000 and 5,500. It's an absolute blast and definitely a driver's car.

And while the Abarth often endeared us as a growly little scrapper, it was also rough and noisy and generally an unpleasant place to be. It's a convertible in the classic sense and pretty uncompromising in pursuit of a specific sporty experience. That alone deserves praise.

Which 124 Spider does Edmunds recommend?

We figure most drivers considering the Fiat 124 Spider want more performance and engagement than the typical car, and for that reason we recommend the Abarth. It offers more athletic handling and upgraded brakes for a modest sum more than the midrange Lusso trim. No matter which model you choose, avoid the automatic transmission if you can. The manual is supremely better and is probably one of the easiest stick shifts to learn on, too.

FIAT 124 Spider models

The 2020 Fiat 124 Spider is available in three trim levels: the relatively bare-bones Classica, the more comprehensively equipped Lusso and the aggressive Abarth. All three trims are powered by a turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine (160 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque in Classica and Lusso trims, 164 hp and 184 lb-ft in Abarth trim).

Power goes to the rear wheels through either a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional six-speed automatic.

The base Classica trim comes with the essentials — such as air conditioning, a rearview camera and Bluetooth — as well as some nicer touches, such as keyless entry, push-button start and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. There are compromises, though. The steering wheel raises and lowers but doesn't telescope, for example, and the infotainment display is a tiny, little thing at just 3 inches wide.

The Lusso trim comes standard with leather, heated seats, an upgraded infotainment system with a 7-inch display, and the Technology Group features. The Fiat 124 Spider Abarth adds to the Lusso's features with a performance-tuned suspension, limited-slip differential and selectable drive modes. Boosting the Abarth's sporting bona fides are optional Brembo brakes, an upgraded exhaust system, and Recaro leather and simulated-suede sport seats.

The Lusso and the Abarth also offer a couple of option packages with features such as navigation, a Bose sound system, blind-spot and rear cross-traffic warning systems, and rear parking sensors.

Consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2020 FIAT 124 Spider.

Average user rating: 4.9 stars
9 total reviews
5 star reviews: 89%
4 star reviews: 11%
3 star reviews: 0%
2 star reviews: 0%
1 star reviews: 0%

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    5/5 stars, What a head turner
    Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M)
    What is great-Hands down the drive is the BEST. This car is so much fun. Rarely a day passes when I am not asked what it is. The ride is surprisingly good for such a small car and being low to the ground. The exhaust package sounds great! Occasionally you get a mini backfire and it makes me smile. Fit and finish is very good. The top operation is so simple, flawless, and quick. The microphone is surprisingly accurate and head rest speakers are a big plus. What is good (but could be better)-Overall the six speed is extremely smooth, occasionally downshifting to first can be difficult. Engine oil with the correct certifications can be difficult to find. Lastly the car has plenty of power, unfortunately it is not distributed evenly. So you will need more gas to get going than what you would expect. The Bose sound system is plenty loud, but the sound quality is sadly flat and the Bose system dont not have speed sensitive sound (that actually works). What needs improvement- The technology in the car feels dated. Here are some examples: The Infotainment system and navigation can be a little slow. Key-less entry requires a physical button press on the handle, rather than simply unlocking when you grab the door. Backup camera resolution is is not great or maybe it is the screen. Lane departure system is not an option. Windows lack auto up switch. Lastly, although it is quieter than the Miata, there is a lot of noise at highway speeds. Overall I have absolutely no regrets. I enjoy this car every single day. I have no doubt I will own this car until it falls a part.

    2020 FIAT 124 Spider video

    [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 1: That right there is the latest version of the Mazda Miata. It's called the RF, which we think means retractable roof. MARK: That's the Fiat 124 Abarth. SPEAKER 1: These two cars are extraordinarily similar, more so than you might expect from a traditional comparison. MARK: Because they're the same. SPEAKER 1: And in this video, we're going to find out what makes them so similar, and also more importantly, what makes them different. MARK: That one's white. SPEAKER 1: Thanks, Mark. [ENGINE SOUNDS] You know, you forget how much fun driving a Miata is. MARK: Or driving period. SPEAKER 1: Yes, yes that's a better point. The act of driving itself. This is an exhilarating, exciting, fun car to drive because it's so light. MARK: Yes. SPEAKER 1: Because it is so close attention when designing this thing, everything about it informs the driving experience-- from the exterior design to the interior design, right. MARK: Yeah. SPEAKER 1: This thing lacks some creature comforts to be lighter. All on that quest of making a car one with its driver. And that's the marketing tag on it they use. But the result makes you believe that it's true. MARK: Yeah. SPEAKER 1: This is something that's built purely for fun. MARK: Right. SPEAKER 1: And man, it nails that target right in the center. [ENGINE SOUNDS] MARK: The gates-- they have the right spacing, the right amount of throw, it's not too short, not too long-- but in particular, the pedals-- the way they're placed close together so you're just doing this lovely tap dance between the pedals if you're driving it hard. SPEAKER 1: The interface between gas, clutch, shifter is beautiful. MARK: And the take-up, the friction point on the clutch I think is perfect, the weight of the clutch. Everything just works really well. It encourages you to drive this car hard. I think for anyone that's been in a Mazda, they will certainly-- even just as a passer-- will say, this is this really familiar. [ENGINE SOUNDS] SPEAKER 1: For this car, this naturally aspirated engine doesn't make a whole lot of power. But again, it's that lightness. MARK: Right. SPEAKER 1: This thing is less powerful-- both with horsepower and torque-- versus the Fiat. But it's faster. MARK: And I feel that the short gearing in the low gears really help it give that punch that would otherwise be missing. SPEAKER 1: You would say, Oh, the Fiat's got torque. And it does. And that feels good at low RPMs. But hey, I just downshifted. MARK: [GASPS] SPEAKER 1: Like magic, right? This is less powerful than the Fiat, but it's faster-- or at least the acceleration favors this car. That has to do with it's lighter. Even with the power retracting foldable hard top-- whatever the name is for this thing-- with the weight that that adds, this is still lighter than the Fiat. And that means the driving experience is better because lightness permeates all. Lightness makes everything better. Lightness makes the car faster, more fuel efficient, able to go around corners faster, more fun to drive. And even though you have to shift gears a little bit more because you don't have the torque, that's an enjoyable experience because the shifter's so dang good. [ENGINE REVVING] MARK: Yeah, that right there. SPEAKER 1: That's just that classical sense. You get that induction sound that comes in at like 5,000 RPM. And get that-- you mentioned earlier-- there's a faint little noise that sounds like gear whine at the top. MARK: Yeah. SPEAKER 1: You feel like you're operating machinery here, but machinery that's built to satisfy you. [ENGINE SOUNDS] So starting out with the engine. It's a small displacement turbocharged engine. What are your initial thoughts? MARK: There's not enough difference for me to say one way or the other. Yeah, I know it has more low end torque. But I feel like the Miata already has plenty. SPEAKER 1: Yeah, I'm right with you there. There are some minor differences. This makes more torque and more horsepower. That torque and power, though, is concentrated in the lower part of the rev band. This feels a little gutsier around town. That said, the Miata just needs a couple down shifts and it's actually faster. So, huh. MARK: Yeah. SPEAKER 1: Right? This suspension tuning is a little bit more engaging for the car. But otherwise, I like the Miata's naturally aspirated engine a little bit more. It revs a little bit more cleanly, and feels a little bit more linear. This one works fine. But it takes a little bit for that turbo to come in. I want that immediacy of a naturally aspirated engine. MARK: OK. SPEAKER 1: That's just generally what I like. MARK: These seats I really like. They have that weird architecture underneath where it kind of holds you in like a hammock. And you feel it sway back and forth when you're cornering. But it just conforms to you. Almost like one of those memory foam beds. I drove this from LA to Pahrump, Nevada and back in a matter of two or three days or something. And never once did I feel like, man, I need to get out of this thing and stretch. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. MARK: I just wanted to keep driving. And it was so much fun. SPEAKER 1: And even the exterior design-- it's nipped and tucked. Their overhangs are really tiny. These hard plastic things here in the interior are meant to evoke that there is no difference between the exterior and the interior. on forward on the hood, the bulges from the fenders are almost like guides that you can use to line up your corners. And look at the Fiat and they've just thrown all that away. Ultimately you're adapting design queues to a body that was made for a different design. [ENGINE SOUNDS] MARK: The seats are exactly the same. I mean they feel exactly the same. These seats do look a little prettier, though, with a horizontal ribbing. Me likey. SPEAKER 1: It's Italian, come on. MARK: Yeah, I love Italian cars. SPEAKER 1: I want to point that out to you, though. MARK: Yes. SPEAKER 1: What's the badge on the steering wheel say? MARK: Fiat. SPEAKER 1: OK. On the bottom left of the windshield, what's the logo say? MARK: [INAUDIBLE] SPEAKER 1: This car is from what company? Mazda. MARK: Yeah, yeah, yeah. SPEAKER 1: Isn't globalization neat? [LAUGHING] MARK: I love the shifters in both these cars equally. I like the look of this shifter knob, but that's very superficial. Everything about this-- the way it functions, the way it feels-- I think is as good as a manual transmission can get. SPEAKER 1: Yes. MARK: Thoughts. SPEAKER 1: I agree. I feel like both transmissions shift great. The Miata shift knob is superior. This is nice. But man, when you put your hand on that Miata shift knob, you go, OK, this is what it shift knob should feel like. MARK: Oh man. SPEAKER 1: Huh? MARK: Well this chrome work around the shifter just blinded me. And if the top was down, it would be worse. Please stop doing that. [ENGINE SOUNDS] SPEAKER 1: You can get lost talking about the power retractable hardtop in this car. I prefer the folding soft top, the one you just unlatch and throw it over your shoulder. MARK: I do too. SPEAKER 1: The Fiat 124 is a Miata with Fiat badges on it, right. MARK: Fiat-a. SPEAKER 1: Fiat-a, yes. But it also gets a unique exterior, a different engine, different suspension tuning, and a bunch of other things downstream. You get enough of the driving experience-- of the Miata driving experience-- in this car that yeah, it's really going to be a matter of taste. MARK: Just driving around town in LA, which is car snob capitol-- SPEAKER 1: Yeah. MARK: I was getting heads turned on this car. People really dig it. SPEAKER 1: The bodywork, they've extended the overhangs-- front and rear-- so that makes this car look and feel a little bit more muscular. MARK: And this hood is way flatter, too. SPEAKER 1: And it's longer. And it tries to-- I don't know-- add a dose of let's say, masculinity. MARK: OK. SPEAKER 1: To the Miata. MARK: Make it look more substantial. SPEAKER 1: Yeah, and I think it's mostly successful. I don't know if the final product is appealing to my eyes. I think I'd prefer the way the Miata looks. I think it's truer to what the Miata is. But I don't know. I get it. I get what they're going for here. [ENGINE SOUNDS] It's difficult to compare this to the Miata because so much of it is similar to the Miata. And so really, you have to highlight the differences. And I think on balance, the differences are kind of a push in terms of what they add or detract from the experience. So it's kind of like, eh, which as a professional critic, it's kind of a weak thing to go out on, isn't it? MARK: Like we said before, we're glad that this car still exists. And we would mourn the day that it doesn't. [ENGINE SOUNDS] SPEAKER 1: These two roadsters are so similar that you can largely choose between them based on looks alone. MARK: That's true, but only to a certain extent. There are some things that bother me about that Fiat, especially that gap between the nose and the hood-- it's a little inconsistent. It's also a little more expensive than the Miata. So I'm firmly in camp Miata. Where are you? SPEAKER 1: I'm with the Miata as well. That naturally aspirated engine revs out a bit more sweetly, it looks better, and-- like you mentioned-- it costs less trim level for trim level. MARK: I actually even save more money because I go with a standard roof and not the roof. SPEAKER 1: Good point. Thanks for watching this episode. If you want to see more, keep it tuned right here. And be sure to visit edmunds.com. [MUSIC PLAYING]

    2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF vs. 2018 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth Comparison Review

    NOTE: This video is about the 2018 FIAT 124 Spider, but since the 2020 FIAT 124 Spider is part of the same generation, our earlier analysis still applies.

    Features & Specs

    Base MSRP
    MPG & Fuel
    26 City / 35 Hwy / 30 Combined
    Fuel Tank Capacity: 11.9 gal. capacity
    2 seats
    Type: rear wheel drive
    Transmission: 6-speed manual
    Inline 4 cylinder
    Horsepower: 164 hp @ 5500 rpm
    Torque: 184 lb-ft @ 2500 rpm
    Basic Warranty
    4 yr./ 50000 mi.
    Length: 159.6 in. / Height: 48.5 in. / Width: 68.5 in.
    Curb Weight: 2477 lbs.
    Cargo Capacity, All Seats In Place: 4.9 cu.ft.
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    Our experts’ favorite 124 Spider safety features:

    Enhanced Accident Response System
    Cuts off fuel to the engine, unlocks doors, flashes hazard lights, and turns on interior lights in the event of an accident.
    Blind-Spot Monitoring
    Alerts you to other vehicles that are lurking in your blind spots.
    Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
    Warns you of oncoming perpendicular traffic when reversing out of a parking space or driveway.

    Fiat 124 Spider vs. the competition

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    Fiat 124 Spider vs. Mazda MX-5 Miata

    This isn't an apples-to-oranges comparison but rather a mandarin-oranges-to-tangerines comparison. The Fiat 124 is essentially the same as the Miata on which it is based. Sure, there are some minor differences here and there, but you're pretty much getting the same car. Styling will probably have to be the deciding factor, but we definitely prefer the Miata's strong and more characterful engine.

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    Fiat 124 Spider vs. Mini Convertible

    In terms of performance, the Mini Cooper S and the Fiat 124 are very similar. They're both lively and fun, but the front-wheel-drive Mini will lack the traditional feel of the rear-wheel-drive Fiat. Both also have plenty of retro appeal since they're reboots of beloved classics, but the Mini is quite a bit more kitschy. The Mini's rear seats may be an enticement, but they're too small for most passengers and better suited to handling trunk overflow.

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    Fiat 124 Spider vs. Ford Mustang

    These are two wildly different themes on the same convertible subject. The Fiat relies on its light curb weight, while the Ford makes up for its heft with more power. The Mustang is far more convenient, with a more usable trunk, nearly habitable rear seats and more features overall. When it comes to personality, the Fiat 124 has a strong styling tie to the original, while the Mustang is an evolution over 50 years.

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    Is the FIAT 124 Spider a good car?

    The Edmunds experts tested the 2020 124 Spider both on the road and at the track, giving it a 6.8 out of 10. You probably care about FIAT 124 Spider fuel economy, so it's important to know that the 124 Spider gets an EPA-estimated 30 mpg. What about cargo capacity? When you're thinking about carrying stuff in your new car, keep in mind that the 124 Spider has 4.9 cubic feet of trunk space. And then there's safety and reliability. Edmunds has all the latest NHTSA and IIHS crash-test scores, plus industry-leading expert and consumer reviews to help you understand what it's like to own and maintain a FIAT 124 Spider. Learn more

    What's new in the 2020 FIAT 124 Spider?

    According to Edmunds’ car experts, here’s what’s new for the 2020 FIAT 124 Spider:

    • The Fiat 124 Spider is essentially unchanged for 2020
    • Part of the first Fiat 124 Spider generation introduced for 2017
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    How much should I pay for a 2020 FIAT 124 Spider?

    The least-expensive 2020 FIAT 124 Spider is the 2020 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $29,390.

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    • Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M) which starts at $29,390
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    What are the different models of FIAT 124 Spider?

    If you're interested in the FIAT 124 Spider, the next question is, which 124 Spider model is right for you? 124 Spider variants include Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M). For a full list of 124 Spider models, check out Edmunds’ Features & Specs page. Learn more

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    2020 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth Overview

    The 2020 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth is offered in the following styles: Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M).

    What do people think of the 2020 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth?

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    2020 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M)

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