The 500X follows the typical Fiat model structure:
- The Pop lists for $20,000, which includes basics such as air conditioning and power windows and locks. A 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and six-speed manual transmission come standard. There are no option packages for the Pop, but you can add a more powerful 2.4-liter engine and automatic for $1,500.
- Upgrading to the Easy at $22,300 gets you the larger engine and automatic, plus some extra equipment like keyless entry and an in-dash touchscreen.
- Next up is the Trekking at $23,100, which tacks on automatic headlamps, foglamps, a color info display and satin chrome exterior trim.
- The $24,859 Lounge is equipped like the Easy, but with a bundle of extra comfort and convenience features such as navigation, heated front seats, an upgraded climate control system and the Unconnect infotainment interface. Leather upholstery is available.
- Priced at $27,100, Trekking Plus combines the features of the Trekking and Lounge, then adds 18-inch wheels, rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring and standard leather seating.
All-wheel drive can be added to all models except the Pop for $1,900. Most equipment found on the line-topping Trekking Plus is available on lesser trims through a series of option packages starting at just $200. Optional on all models above the Pop are a panoramic sunroof, forward collision alert with automatic braking, lane departure warning and a Beats sound system.