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New Abarth London Website Launched

The Abarth brand’s London flagship dealer has launched its second new website, designed to offer as much information as possible about the Abarth range of performance hatches. Coming just one month after Fiat Marylebone launched a new website for ‘regular’ Fiat cars, the company now offers customers the chance to fully customize their Abarth online.

“The Abarth cars always attract a lot of attention in the flagship showroom. But we know that a lot of our customers spend time on the Internet so we needed to ensure we were giving them a really worthwhile website,”
says Tony Dittli, managing director, Fiat Marylebone.

The new www.abarthlondon.com site was created in such a way as to make choosing, testing and ordering a new Abarth easier and more visually stimulating. It also provides a menu for all the services provided by the London-based Abarth dealership and presents a host of useful information and general news about the company's available models (based on the 500, 500C and Punto Evo).

The site also provides other helpful information, including a page on current offers, Business, Fleet, Diplomatic and Tax Free inquiries, and also a section dedicated to the Battersea service center. You can also keep up to date with current Abarth events, thanks to the news sections. There is even an online store, where you can purchase all the brand’s merchandise.

“I believe we have achieved that, and I’m delighted with the new site’s simplicity and flexibility. We can display offers, help to arrange viewings and test drives, or handle general inquiries about Abarth’s thrilling range, simply and quickly. I’m sure this new site will be a roaring success – just like the cars,” Dittli also stated.
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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