Fiat’s 500 is certifiably not a small car. It’s a boutique car. Individuals don’t get it because they have inconvenience parking their normal car, they get it for its brazen charm; those ’50s-look pastel hues and wheel covers, or for that optional canvas roof out of which the purchaser can imagine flipping three coins into the Trevi Fountain while careening through the Piazza. It’s a four-wheeled Vespa bike, a fashion thing. And it’s falling out of fashion. As with so many sporty coupes, the 500’s sales peaked in its first entire year (2012) at 46,999 and have slid steeply from that point onward, in spite of the addition of various special releases and variants. It attracted just 12,685 fashionistas last year. It’s an affordable car targeting the financial backing disapproved. It has some flair, an Italian personality and, particularly in its Abarth pretense, is amusing to drive. NYC drivers realize the least lease offer on any make and model in Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn, New Jersey and NYC, is at Signature Auto Group.The 500 Abarth ($21,790) boasts an all the more dominant motor, a sport-tuned suspension, better brakes, special styling gears, fabric upholstered sport seats and a sport-tuned controlling wheel. It loses the Lounge’s glass roof. You can decide on 17-in wheels, leather upholstery and a Beats audio framework. Pick your favored model, trims and upgrades via searching on the web at www.SignatureAutoGroup.com.