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sbulla
06-28-2013, 06:45 PM
Question, is the warranty on the 500L 36 months 36,000 miles, or is it 4 years 50,000 miles? The window sticker says 36 months but the warranty book that fiat sent says 4 years.

Felnus
06-28-2013, 07:07 PM
The FIAT website say 4 years/50000 miles, which is what the warranty is on the 500s.

sbulla
06-28-2013, 08:10 PM
Thanks Felnus. Seems there has been another error in the paperwork on the new 500L. Glad to know the warranty is 4 years and not 3

Felnus
06-28-2013, 08:39 PM
No worries. Italians don't seem to obsess on the details but the cars will make you smile. I don't care how bad a day I've had at work, walking across the parking lot always makes it better.

ciddyguy
06-28-2013, 09:04 PM
No worries. Italians don't seem to obsess on the details but the cars will make you smile. I don't care how bad a day I've had at work, walking across the parking lot always makes it better.

completely agree with you there, if you enjoy your car, even if it's not a Fiat, all's right with the world, even if traffic ends up wretched as it was for me today.

I just got in my hot little Mazda, fired it up, hit the AC, full tilt boogie, rolled partially down the windows to let the heat escape and did fine until I hit the freeway entrance...

Then everything came to a screeching halt as the yellow light was flashing to let us know the ramp was now metered. Yes, rush hour, but with the added insult, an accident on the I-90 bridge over Lake Washington, westbound, and that was the direction I had to go, sooo, I just slugged through, again with the AC going, and good music playing.

I just grooved to vintage Soul music and enjoyed myself even though traffic was bad, on a hot, 85 Degree day. :-)

500ways
06-28-2013, 09:10 PM
No worries. Italians don't seem to obsess on the details but the cars will make you smile. I don't care how bad a day I've had at work, walking across the parking lot always makes it better.

Amen. It's amazing how this little car is able to do that! Now matter how quickly time flies, each day in the 500 feels like day 1. I kid you not.