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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooster View Post
    Currently at 148k on my 13 Pop, did the timing belt about 5k mi ago, but transmission woes are my problem now. I love the car but the lack of info is so frustrating, I do do my own service, so far I have yet to add oil between 5k mi changes, the clutch still had material on it with 148k mi. Fiat needs to produce manuals for dyi’rs like myself, this is why I like cars From the 60’s and 70’s, SIMPLICITY!
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    I have a 2012 Fiat 500 sport auto with 375,346 klm. Replaced rear wheel bearings (2) , alternator, front control arms, rear shocks and one upper front strut bearing. It as been a really reliable vehicle for me, i dont drive it very much these days but i do enjoy driving it when i do.

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    117000 on 2014 fiat 500l, my only secret or tip so far is to have deep pockets, or good credit. Bought it in 2017 with 44000 miles. This car is worth nothing at all for trade in, and has had over 10000 in repairs already on mostly highway miles with the misses driving it for home healthcare providing. We need another turbo currently, and clutch is starting to slip again, we are about to take the big loss on trade in I guess.

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    121K on my '12 500 Sport.
    Previous owner replaced valve gaskets and clutch.

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    Hello everyone;
    Just new to the club and wanted to share a couple things about my 2013 fiat pop. I currently have 102,000 miles on it and must admit it has been a painless and fun journey so far. I have had some minor problems with it such as the ambient temp sensor but that was an easy 60$ fix and haven't had any trouble with it since. Also had a little trouble with one rear brake caliper and rear wheel bearings but I attribute that to the extremely rough road I was travelling to work on for a year.
    I work in commercial construction and this little gitney is my personal car and work truck. It has been a great vehicle and has delivered exemplary service for over 4 years now.
    Whoever said they were not reliable could not prove it by me. All that has been consistently done on it is regular oil changes (every 3000 miles) and now I use full synthetic and change every 5000. Air filter change as is spark plugs (iridium). Wash it every other week and keep the brake pads maintained. Its a 5 speed and is a fast little bugger. No problems getting on the freeway and can cruise 85 all day long. I hope to keep it for 300,000 miles and then if I have trouble operating the clutch ( I'm 65) then sadly sell it and get who knows what. Thanks for listening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pionieri Tridentina View Post
    82.000 miles , purchased a new POP in 7/2012, and traded it for a 500L in 5/2015.

    the POP had 82.000 miles the day of trade in, a standard, no issue at all, except for the last attempt to balance and align the tires, the shop told me that the rear tires cannot be aligned anymore. Nothing unsafe, but I shouls switch tire position often to have an even wear, or try to install some shims. I religiously changed the oil when the yellow light told me to do so, and always went back to a Studio.
    Interesting. Turns out my 2012 500c Pop's rear end was welded out of alignment spec - poor Chrysler QA, I guess. Bought a couple shims to bring it into spec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregd View Post
    Hello everyone;
    Just new to the club and wanted to share a couple things about my 2013 fiat pop. I currently have 102,000 miles on it and must admit it has been a painless and fun journey so far. I have had some minor problems with it such as the ambient temp sensor but that was an easy 60$ fix and haven't had any trouble with it since. Also had a little trouble with one rear brake caliper and rear wheel bearings but I attribute that to the extremely rough road I was travelling to work on for a year.
    I work in commercial construction and this little gitney is my personal car and work truck. It has been a great vehicle and has delivered exemplary service for over 4 years now.
    Whoever said they were not reliable could not prove it by me. All that has been consistently done on it is regular oil changes (every 3000 miles) and now I use full synthetic and change every 5000. Air filter change as is spark plugs (iridium). Wash it every other week and keep the brake pads maintained. Its a 5 speed and is a fast little bugger. No problems getting on the freeway and can cruise 85 all day long. I hope to keep it for 300,000 miles and then if I have trouble operating the clutch ( I'm 65) then sadly sell it and get who knows what. Thanks for listening.
    If you have problems pushing the clutch then get an automatic 500.
    I don't have a car, or a FIAT, yet. But, my mom does have a 500. It's a 2014 FIAT 500 1.4i MultiAir Pop, Grigio & Nero, 6-spd automatic, 15" steel wheels, and a white stripe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    Yes it is. The dealer doesn't try to sort out most multiair probs... just drops in a new brick. Frankly, a decent home mech can do that, once the problem is diagnosed. I see that Mopar is selling (rebuilt?) bricks for $550. I won't know for many years, but I believe Fiat's oil change interval is a bit too long. I'll be using the best filters and Euro spec oil in mine. Maybe I won't have another brick fail (factory defect @ 5K miles).
    Old post but, our car just hit 51k. We last got at 42,900. We're at 51,700 right now, and the light to change the oil still hasn't turned on yet. They're a little too long. The digital owners manual changed from 8k to 10k. No other car that I can think of can go 10k between oil changes. Our oil is hardly showing any signs of dirt at all. And it still runs like a top.
    I don't have a car, or a FIAT, yet. But, my mom does have a 500. It's a 2014 FIAT 500 1.4i MultiAir Pop, Grigio & Nero, 6-spd automatic, 15" steel wheels, and a white stripe.

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