How to Find Your Fiat Paint Code: Locations
How to find the color code of your Fiat
While Fiat isn't one of the most well-known brands in the U.S., its Fiat 500 models continue to increase in popularity. You can find the paint code on the manufacturer's tag, which could be in a few different places depending on the model and year of your Fiat. To find your Fiat paint code:
- Open the hood of your Fiat and check on the underside
- Go to the rear of your car and open the hood.
- Check all the way along it.
The spots above are the most common locations for the VIN tag. If you can't find it, call us on 971-770-2372, and we can help you identify it. It doesn't matter whether you have a Fiat 500 Cabrio or a 124 Spider, our staff can lend a hand. Our hotline is open from 8:00 am till 2:00 pm EST during the week and most Saturdays. Otherwise, you can send us your request via email at CustomerService@ERAPaints.com.
Fiat Paint Code Location
Making sense of your Fiat paint code
Fiat paint codes are typically three or four digits long, and they contain both numbers and letters. You may see Fiat codes written in a variety of formats, even though they represent the same color.
An example code is: PW3
The three-digit code above represents Bianco White, and it may also be seen or written as 268A, so keep this in mind when searching online. Other examples include 309B / KGA / PGA Light Green, which is a popular color for the Fiat 500 Cabrio.
You won't find the color description like Bright Silver Metallic on the tag, just the code 842B/PS2/WS2. Luckily Fiat has made spotting the paint code on the VIN easy because it will be located next to the "Code" heading.
Fiat Fun Facts
Fiat is one of the oldest car manufacturers in the world and produced its first vehicle, the Fiat 4 HP, in 1899. Currently, it is the largest car manufacturer in Italy and has claimed the European Car of the Year numerous times. Fiat 500's are renowned for their fuel efficiency and can get 40 miles per gallon on the highway and 31 MPG in the city.
The first Fiat 500 was just 127 inches in length, 50 inches wide, and 54 inches tall, making it one of the smallest cars in the world. The overall size of Fiat vehicles makes them perfect city cars and has helped Fiat dominate the Brazillian market with their Uno model. The carmaker has appeared sporadically in the U.S., having to pull out in the 80s because of a poor reputation, but returned in 2009 after a 25-year hiatus.