A Fiat ABARTH may look like a "PIPSQUEAK" but it performs like an "ITALIAN STALLION." The ABARTH is a specialty class above a regular Fiat 500. This "Baby Speedster" is engineered for performance both on the road or on a track. RUSN BB will definitely turns heads and captures people's attention.
Whatever your driving mood, this ABARTH is equipped with the "Comfort" and "Sport" driving modes. Its excellent on gas and can squeeze into virtually any parking spot due to its size. Other features include comfortable seating for 4, Keyless Entry, Bluetooth Calling & Music, Rear 50/50 Split Fold Down Seats (see the "Additional Features" section for more information).
Want to save time and money? Skip Uber and Lyft. For your convenience we offer a "flat fee" curbside delivery (delivery fee includes vehicle drop off and pick up).
WHY RENT AN ABARTH:
For those travelers interested in some ridiculous fun, RUSN BB will deliver that experience. It's luxurious, powerful and very spacious. Our 6' 4" guests tell us how roomy and comfortable the interior cabin is.
If you're a consumer looking to purchase or lease an ABARTH you can benefit greatly from the experience of trying before buying. Its a fantastic, economical choice if your vehicle is in the repair shop.
An ABARTH not the right fit for this trip? Check out our fleet of TURO vehicles by going to my profile and clicking on Madison’s cars.
Has side guard impact beams, standard air bags including driver and front-passenger advanced multi-stage air bags, driver’s knee air bag, full-length side curtain air bags, and standard seat-mounted side pelvic-thorax air bags. Also comes equipped with reactive head restraints.
In 1949, Italo-Austrian "Carlo Abarth" was the ABARTH's founder and maker. He designed the ABARTH to be both an Italian road and racing car.
Its FERRARI sounding engine and "Italian DNA" features a single turbocharger engine with twin intercoolers, a turbo boost gauge, and the ABARTH-tuned torque transfer control system along with a performance suspension, performance brakes, as well as, a sport-tuned dual exhaust system.
The ABARTH doesn’t need a muffler so it doesn’t have one. Its power is largely due to the engine’s single turbocharger, which operates off engine exhaust and utilizes energy that would normally be wasted through the tailpipe. The induction system includes two intercoolers located behind the driver and passenger side air inlets of the ABARTH-styled front fascia. Reducing the heat provides a cooler, denser air charge that helps increase the ABARTH's potential for more power.