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  • 2019 FIAT 500X TREKKING AWD Sport Utility

    Engine:
    1.3L I4 Turbo MAir DI Engine w/ESS,
    Transmission:
    9-Spd 948TE AWD Automatic Transmission,
    MPG Range:
    24/30,
    Exterior Color:
    Italia Blue,
    Interior Color:
    Black,
    Stock #:
    CF19007
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  • 2019 FIAT 500X TREKKING AWD Sport Utility

    Engine:
    1.3L I4 Turbo MAir DI Engine w/ESS,
    Transmission:
    9-Spd 948TE AWD Automatic Transmission,
    MPG Range:
    24/30,
    Exterior Color:
    Vibrante Green,
    Interior Color:
    Black,
    Stock #:
    CF19005
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  • 2016 FIAT 500X Trekking SUV

    Engine:
    2.4L I-4 cyl,
    Mileage:
    42,039 miles,
    MPG Range:
    21/30,
    Exterior Color:
    Giallo Tristra,
    Interior Color:
    Black,
    Stock #:
    J18268A
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      The Autosaver Group is pleased to help you access vehicle recall information on the U.S. government's official website (www.safercar.gov). Please understand that the information on safercar.gov may not be fully up to date at all times. Recently announced recalls may not yet appear on the website. There may also be a lag time between when a recall repair is made and when the repair is reported to the website. As a result, a recall that has been repaired may still appear as open on safercar.gov for a period of time.

      Most open recalls are repaired prior to delivery, but there may be some that are not. Before purchasing a used vehicle, make sure you ask the dealer for the most recent status available regarding any open recalls. Manufacturer-authorized dealerships typically repair recalls at no cost to you.

  • 2012 FIAT 500c Pop Convertible

    Engine:
    1.4L I-4 cyl,
    Mileage:
    53,379 miles,
    MPG Range:
    30/38,
    Exterior Color:
    Mocha Latte,
    Stock #:
    ASMP720
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    • Carfax One Owner
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      The Autosaver Group is pleased to help you access vehicle recall information on the U.S. government's official website (www.safercar.gov). Please understand that the information on safercar.gov may not be fully up to date at all times. Recently announced recalls may not yet appear on the website. There may also be a lag time between when a recall repair is made and when the repair is reported to the website. As a result, a recall that has been repaired may still appear as open on safercar.gov for a period of time.

      Most open recalls are repaired prior to delivery, but there may be some that are not. Before purchasing a used vehicle, make sure you ask the dealer for the most recent status available regarding any open recalls. Manufacturer-authorized dealerships typically repair recalls at no cost to you.

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