FCA will discontinue its Fiat 500 and 500e in North America after the 2019 model year.
 - Photo courtesy of FCA.

FCA will discontinue its Fiat 500 and 500e in North America after the 2019 model year.

Photo courtesy of FCA.

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.

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