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Fiat 500 Engine Speed

500 C

Exterior Modification Revolutions

2009 to present

0.9 TwinAir ByDiesel 5500 rpm
0.9 TwinAir Lounge 5500 rpm
0.9 TwinAir Pop 5500 rpm
1.2 ByDiesel 5500 rpm
1.2 Lounge 5500 rpm
1.2 Pink 5500 rpm
1.2 Pop 5500 rpm
1.3 Multijet Lounge 4000 rpm
1.3 Multijet Pop 4000 rpm
1.3 Multijet 4000 rpm
1.4 ByDiesel 6000 rpm
1.4 Lounge 6000 rpm
1.4 Pop 6000 rpm

500 Hatchback

Exterior Modification Revolutions

2008 to present

0.9 TwinAir ByDiesel 5500 rpm
0.9 TwinAir Lounge 5500 rpm
0.9 TwinAir Pop 5500 rpm
1.2 ByDiesel 5500 rpm
1.2 Lounge 5500 rpm
1.2 Pink 5500 rpm
1.2 Pop 5500 rpm
1.3 Multijet Lounge 4000 rpm
1.3 Multijet Pop 4000 rpm
1.3 Multijet 4000 rpm
1.4 ByDiesel 6000 rpm
1.4 Lounge 6000 rpm
1.4 Pop 6000 rpm

Knowing RPM for 500 motor helps choose right gears. Basing you driving habits for 500 on this point you will reduce consumption. The Fiat outlines that optimum revolution rate for 500 is at 5500 rpm. Don’t go over this mode, otherwise Fiat 1.4 Pop engine loses power. Your 0.9 TwinAir Pop will go most effectively if you keep recommended RPM.

  • Take the top speed of 1.4 ByDiesel in short time or spare fuel.

  • It’s only for fast accelerating Fiat cars to have 6000 rpm engines under the hood.

  • Though, the engine in 1.3 Multijet might take too much petrol.

  • The important plus of 5500 rpm level is universal attitude to driving Fiat.

  • Put into any gear you want in 500 and don’t bring harm to the motor.

  • Even at top revolutions 500 will stay flexible.

Use Fiat’s advice in driving 0.9 TwinAir ByDiesel and make the best out of your vehicle. Though you can find good and bad sides in number of 6000 rpm. Fiat insisted on such character of 500 engine temper.

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