I think this is what they mean by "European Flair."
Fun car to drive.
Super easy to park.
Neat, airy, simple interior.
Very impressive tracking and handling for its size.
Surprisingly stable stance.
Very comfortable (optional) leather seats.
Did not feel mortally imperiled driving it, even driving at fast highway speed.
Nifty, powered, roll-back, canvas top. When the top is back 2/3rds, entire roof is open, but you still can see out the back through glass window. Benefits of a convertible without the structural weakness.
Good, but not great mileage for its size.
Dealers still few and far between.
Fiat has a long history of producing hopeless rustbuckets.
Doesn't feel unsafe, but objectively, it's very small and wouldn't fare well in
a crash with a bigger car (i.e. practically every car)
Not a performance car in any sense of the word.
Very poor visibility out the back with the rollback top fully down.
Propensity to hydroplane at higher speeds.
Not a full convertible feel with the rolltop down, due to A, B, and C pillars at the front, middle and back of the passenger compartment.
Back seat is okay for a very short drive, lousy for a road trip. Another two inches of length would have made the back seat more comfortable.