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Used Abarth

Buying a used Abarth

For over half a century, Abarth's mechanical and aesthetic prowess has delighted drivers who love efficient and distinguished cars. Now part of the Stellantis group, Abarth continues to fulfil car-lovers' dreams with its city cars and sports coupés. Discover all the used Abarth models available from the SPOTiCAR network!

Why buy a used Abarth?

Founded in 1949 in Turin, Abarth embodies the Italian mechanical tradition of manufacturing daring, sporty vehicles. A tuning expert, Abarth has been involved in car production for numerous other manufacturers including Fiat, Lancia, Alfa Romeo, Gordini and Porsche.

The famous "scorpion" brand joined the Fiat group in 1971 and later merged with the Stellantis Group. Today it remains a safe bet in the field of small convertibles and sporty city cars that promote the sheer pleasure of driving!


Which used Abarth should you choose?

You'll find several used Abarths that will allow you to revel in the spirit of this legendary brand.

The Abarth 500 AKA Fiat 500 Abarth is a sporty city car based on the Fiat 500 and by far the most popular model on the second-hand market. It comes in numerous versions:

  • The Abarth 500 Custom is the basic model. This lively, powerful car features a 1,368 cc, 16-valve 1.4 Tjet 4-cylinder Fiat engine, which can deliver up to 135 horsepower at 5,750 rpm.
  • The Abarth 500 Esseesse is a technical and technological update, with a notably more powerful 160 horsepower engine alongside reinforced suspension and brake discs.
  • The Abarth 500C is the convertible version of the city sports car. Launched in 2010, drivers can choose from several customised aesthetics (including a bi-colour body) and an automatic sequential Abarth Competizione gearbox.


The Abarth 595, which rolled off the production line in 2011, is another variation of the Fiat 500 and is the stand-out prestige 500 model. It comes with several different trims and specs:

  • The Abarth 595 Turismo is all about comfort and aesthetics;
  • The Abarth 595 Competizione, with its sporty lines and aerodynamics;
  • The Abarth 595 Scorpioneoro, a limited edition of 2,000,  launched in 2020 and which pays tribute to the 1979 A112 model;
  • The Abarth 595 Yamaha, also launched in 2020 and inspired by the biker world.
  • The Abarth 695, to mark Abarth's 70th anniversary and in recognition of the brand's passion and performance. This supercharged model boasts a whopping 180 HP.


Other recent Abarth cars that are well worth a mention are:

  • The Abarth Grande Punto, a sporty version of the Fiat model, released in 2007 and fitted with a Fiat 1.4 T-Jet Turbo petrol engine;
  • The Abarth 124 Rally, an ultra-sporty roadster launched in 2016 and inspired by the Fiat 124 Spider.



How do I estimate the value of my used Abarth?

Valuing an Abarth isn't easy. These sports cars are highly sought after by specialist buyers who are passionate about this Italian brand's history. The resale value of a used Abarth can vary greatly depending on its finish, version, mileage and general condition. To get an initial estimate for your Abarth, SPOTiCAR's online vehicle valuation tool is your best bet. You'll get an idea of its value in just a few clicks.

Happy with the estimate and want to take things further? All you need to do is contact one of the 500 SPOTiCAR franchised retailers to get a firm trade-in offer for your used Abarth.



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