Performance is in the air, the New Abarth 124 Spider is finally here. Donnelly Abarth welcome back the Abarth 124 spider 50 years after the initial launch in 1966. The Convertible rear wheel drive was built on performance and this is embedded into every aspect of the car, once you get behind the wheel you will understand.
The Abarth 124 has a curb weight of 1,060kg, the weight situated mainly in the wheelbase for an even distribution of weight 50:50 to enhance the performance. The Abarth 124 spider comes in both manual and automatic transmission, sports suspension by Bilstein and multi link suspension for the ultimate handling experience.
The Sport Button enhances the character of the car allowing for a sportier and increased engine calibration with overboost, steering and transmission (on automatic versions). In addition, the short, direct gear lever a quick positive gear change. All to guarantee the best performance.
Thanks to the sports suspension with Bilstein shock absorbers the new Abarth 124 spider offers perfect road holding, greater stability and maximum reliability, especially on bends. The adrenaline of the true roadster starts with safety.
Personal Contract Hire. Abarth 124 Spider 1.4 MultiAir Manual
|Duration of Contract||24 Months|
|Number of Initial Rentals||13|
|23 Monthly Payments Of||£229|
|Excess Mileage||6,000 Miles|
Terms and Conditions: Personal Contract Hire. Abarth 124 spider 1.4 MultiAir 170 hp Manual (with Costa Brava 1972 Red pastel paint at £400 incl. VAT). Initial rental £2,977, followed by 23 monthly rentals of £229, inc. VAT & excl. maintenance. Based on 6,000 miles p.a. Excess mileage charges apply. Vehicles must be ordered between 04/01/18 and 31/03/18 & registered by 30/06/18. Subject to status. Guarantees may be required. Ts&Cs apply. Leasys, SL1 0WU.
Official fuel consumption figures for the Abarth 124 spider range mpg (l/100km): Combined 42.8 (6.6) – 44.1 (6.4), Urban 31.0 (9.1) – 33.2 (8.5), Extra urban 54.3 (5.2) – 55.4 (5.1), CO2 Emissions: 153 – 148 g/km. Fuel consumption and CO2 figures are obtained for comparative purposes in accordance with EC directives/regulations and may not be representative of real-life driving conditions. Factors such as driving style, weather and road conditions may also have a significant effect on fuel consumption.