My 10 favorite Fiat-Chrysler cars. And yours?

This time I’m going to share with you the 10 cars of Fiat-Chrysler that I like the most. They are all available in the market and it’s more a matter of design, as I am not considering the technique or specific details. This is my list, and I would like to know your opinion by voting on one or more models of my top-10, or by adding the cars that you consider there should be included.

# 1: Fiat/Abarth 500

Fiat 500

# 2: Maserati Quattroporte

Maserati Quattroporte

# 3: Maserati Ghibli

Maserati Ghibli

# 4: Maserati GranTurismo

Maserati GranTurismo

# 5: Alfa Romeo Giulietta

Alfa Romeo Giulietta

# 6: Alfa Romeo 4C

Alfa Romeo 4C

# 7: Jeep Grand Cherokee

Jeep Grand Cherokee

# 8: Lancia Delta

Lancia Delta

# 9: Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

# 10: Fiat 500L

Fiat 500L

You can vote for one or all models, or add a different one:

Results for Poll # 19

Ferrari 458 Italia: 89%

Porsche 911: 11%

Total Votes: 116

8 thoughts on “My 10 favorite Fiat-Chrysler cars. And yours?

  1. The SRT Viper and Chrysler 300 are among the finest in their respective class. I like most of your choices, they are all fine cars except perhaps the Delta which has lacklustre performance and has lost it’s true Lancia DNA, especially considering the first generation Delta. The Giulietta is also becoming somewhat tired after 4years on the market, and is struggling to keep up with the best in it’s class.


  2. Here’s my top 10.
    1. Ferrari 458 Italia Spider
    2. Alfa 4C
    3. Maserati Gran Turismo
    4. Ferrari F12
    5. Ferrari FF
    6. Alfa Romeo Giulietta
    7. SRT Viper
    8. Fiat Punto Abarth SS
    9. Maserati Quattroporte
    10. New Jeep Cherokee


  3. If you’re going on design, I’d swap out the new Quattroporte and 500L in favor of the Viper and LaFerrari. The new 4porte has lost some it’s subtle lines and curves, like a bad face lift, which gave the previous model more character. The 500L just seems to be a variation on a theme and not a particularly good one. This where the new Viper should be acknowledged. It has been properly improved, both inside and out, without diminishing its appeal. Likewise, a nod to Ferrari’s in-house design studio and the F70 for pushing the envelope again and elevating the axis of art and science.


    • Common! the Quattroporte is great. I love it in every part of it. The 500L is another example of how a good package can be successfully applied in a larger one. The Viper is also nice but after looking at it in Geneva this year, it didn’t shock me. The Ferrari is a bit exagerated, but is nice as well.


  4. Actually Fiat has now few models on sales, but most of them are very good cars and are clearly underrated by the common customer, mostly because of the lack of Image-awareness of its Brands caused by the lack of proper management during the whole Nineties. I believe It would take a couple of decades to change Market’s mind(s), Marchionne seemed to have started the process for accomplish this with Alfa and Maserati, and with the 500 sub-brand as well, but there’s need of full consistency, coherence and focus on the long-term strategy.


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