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2019 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth Track Drive: The Scorpion Turns 70 • 17 November 2018

Prior to transforming into its Abarth form, the base 124 Spider is already an excellent sports car. A 23andMe test would find that most of its DNA has been replicated from the spritely Mazda MX-5 (it's even manufactured in Hiroshima). However, don't let that information fool you. Although it shares a similar foundation, the 124's 160-hp 1.4-liter turbocharged heartbeat, handling poise, and coachwork couture are all-Italia. There are bound to be skeptics who protest that the Abarth version of the 124 Spider offers no significant increase in performance over the base model. In that case, they would be right—and wrongish, too. It's true that this scorpion doesn't deliver a gut-wrenching sting that would send you to the hospital. However, it's a genuinely built sports car that succeeds in being both fun and affordable.

2019 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth Review • 26 October 2018

The Fiat 124 Abarth was a great sports car when it debuted in 2016. The problem, however, is that it remains almost unchanged today while its rivals continue to refine their offerings – Subaru recently debuted the Performance Package as well as the STI-tuned tS model for the BRZ, while Toyota recently unveiled a TRD-tuned iteration of the 86 that ostensibly mirrors Subaru’s Performance Package for the BRZ. But as nimble and capable as the 86 and BRZ may be, they’re notably larger and heavier than the 2,500-pound Fiat 124 Spider Abarth, and that makes the Fiat’s Japanese cousin the primary competition. The Mazda MX-5 is even lighter than the Fiat by about a hundred pounds, but in years past, the 124’s turbocharged powerplant helped to even the score. However, now that the MX-5 has received the aforementioned engine updates for 2019, the value proposition offered by the Fiat has become less clear. While the boosted Fiat mill still offers an additional 33 lb-ft. of torque compared to the MX-5’s naturally aspirated two-liter, it’s now down 17 hp to the Mazda. Power plants aside, the reality is that neither the 2019 Fiat 124 or the 2019 Mazda MX-5 are wildly different from the machines they were a few years ago. But the fact that Mazda continues to develop and hone its sports car, while Fiat seems to be content to simply maintain pace, may prove to be the deciding factor for many cross-shoppers.

Top Gear • 3 May 2018

Fun to drive, easy to own, cool to look at (if you like retro). A very good car

CAR magazine • 12 April 2018

A very likeable, keenly priced roadster that feels sufficiently differentiated from its Japanese sibling to warrant investigation and a test drive. It’s not better, just different: a more grown up and refined alternative to the torque-light but arguably purer Mazda. Whichever way you go that chassis – lightweight, keen and superbly balanced – remains the star of the show. And – whisper it – the Italians might just have come up with the best version of it. Read more Fiat reviews here

Fiat 124 – så bra är italienska Mazdan • 15 December 2016

TANNIS. Mazda byggde en ny ikon, Fiat kopierade och förbättrade. Även om jag inte förstår hur de här bilarna kan vara så populära.

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