Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will discontinue its Fiat 500 and 500e subcompact cars in North America for the 2020 model year after selling out its 2019-MY inventory, the company has announced.
The hatchback and convertible models will be discontinued, along with the Abarth performance-oriented variant.
FCA has been selling the 500 since 2014. Prior to that, Fiat offered the model to U.S. buyers starting in 2007. Fiat began offering the battery-electric 500e in the 2013 model year.
FCA will continue to offer several Fiat models to U.S. buyers, including the 500X subcompact SUV with all-wheel drive, Fiat 124 Spider roadster, and five-passenger 500L compact car.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet