Gallery: TEST DRIVE: Inhabitat Takes a Summery Yellow Fiat 500 For a Sp...

We had the privilege last week of driving "up north" in a summery yellow Fiat 500C, the reinvented Italian people's car. We traveled straight north to the Mackinac Bridge, the point between Michigan's lower and upper peninsulas (think 150-year-old fudge shops, parasailing, sugar-sand beaches, and breathtaking sunsets over birch and pine forests). It was the perfect car for the perfect summer trip: the little Fiat packs a lot of style into its 95% recyclable and economically-sized body, with a soft top that retracts all the way to the rear, Euro style looks, an adorable tiny trunk, and an interior with heated leather seats and many of the comforts of a much more expensive vehicle.

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