Abarth 124 Spider Offers

At Westover Abarth, Poole


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The Abarth 124 Spider hit the news by storm in 2017 - the manufacturer that is well loved for its pocket rocket has teamed up with Mazda for something truly special. The Abarth 124 features a curb weight of only 1,060kg with a weight-power ratio of 6.2kg/HP. It is mounted with an 1.4 170hp MultiAir Turbo engine and features the unmistakable sound of the Abarth Record Monza exhaust offers optimum power at all times.

PERSONAL CONTRACT HIRE:

Abarth 124 1.4 MultiAir 170bhp Manual/Auto with Costa Brava 1972 Red pastel paint at £400 inc. VAT
Initial Rental £2,977
Number Of Monthly Rentals 24
Monthly Rentals £229.00
Duration of Contract 24
Red Abarth 124 Exterior
Inside Abarth 124 Spider - Black Interior

White Abarth 124 Spider | Westover Group
Black Abarth 124 Spider | Westover Group
Blue Abarth 124 Spider | Westover Group

SPECIFICATION:

Engine 1.4 Turbo Multiair
Max Power 170 HP
Max Speed 144 MPH
Acceleration 0-62 MPH 6.8 Seconds
Curb Weight 1,060 KG
Combined MPG 44 MPG
CO2 Emissions 148 G/KM


RETURN OF THE SPIDER:

In 1972 Abarth made the first Abarth 124. Its primary purpose was to race in a Grand Touring class and replaced the Fiat Sport Spider, success was quick and with the launch of the new 124, in 2017 the Abarth 124 rally returns to gain more success.



TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY:

Personal Contract Hire. Abarth 124 spider 1.4 MultiAir 170 hp Manual/Auto (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.