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    2015 500L Trekking with 33.5K miles

    I'm considering purchasing a used 2015 500L trekking with 33.5K miles.
    It has the 6 speed manual (is this better or worse than the automatic?)?
    It has the 21G package and the seller is asking $9,500. Seems high.
    Your thoughts?
    Should I be concerned that Fiat may vaporize out of the US soon?
    TIA

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    Chrysler imported the vehicle, so parts support shouldn't worry you too much. The manual is better than the dual clutch transmission found in the base model 2015s. The traditional automatic offered has very few issues.
    And yes, the car may be low mileage but it is still a six year old Fiat. Most cars are worth 50% of their value by the time they are 4-6 years old, and Fiats depreciate hard.
    If you own this car, prepare to do your own oil changes and basic maintenance. Few people know how to work on these, and even fewer in NM. If you need a car that is inexpensive to keep on the road, get yourself a Toyota or an American car. At least it will be affordable should anything need repair.

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    500Luigi.....appreciate the response. I don't really want a manual tranny so I'll push for an $8K price. They don't want that.....well, whatever.

    Toyotas are so boring and what I like about Fiats is the way they drive (I've owned two 500Cs....fun cars but just too small for my needs now). Later.....

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    If you use search engines, the price appears to be towards the bottom price for 500L's. I assume it's a private party who didn't like the $6K a dealer offered in trade. I'd have it checked over by a mechanic and do a car report. I prefer the manual as being a bit more reliable than the automatic (IMO) but most owners of small SUVs prefer autos... maybe part of why the price is low. The 500L was never a quick selling car, so maybe he'll let it go at a lower price.

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    Here are some retail 500L prices, across the country.....

    https://www.cars.com/for-sale/search...56007&zc=66226

    I would take in some consideration, on Fiat service. Any qualified independent service department. Can work on a 500L. Not a exotic vehicle.
    Stellantis, may have plans in the future, for the Fiat brand.

    Here are 2014’s with the dual clutch transmission...

    https://www.carvana.com/cars/fiat-500l
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    I bought a 2017 Fiat 500L Trekking yesterday with 17K miles. It's like NEW!! Has a bunch of extra options (Urbana, Moon Roof and Popular convenience package). Drives great and still has some warranty left! Thanks all for your input.

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