If you are a speed freak, this is definitely not the car for you. It is capable of out-pacing normal road speeds though. There are lots of comments related to the speed of this car going round, but I can assure you, it holds brilliantly on the motorway for general traveling and overtaking. Acceleration in first gear through to third is very quick too.
The interior is very comfortable. Every switch is at easy reach and the seating in all seats is very comfortable. There are plenty of cubby holes which provide storage, minus a glove box. To be inside, it feels a much higher budget car than it actually is.
The extras with this car which make it different from the standard Cinquecento which are the sunroof, electric windows and alarm/immobiliser system are reliable and work very well. The sunroof also has a handy cover which is easy to fit and remove which is useful for the winter. It has a handy storage space in the boot too.
The ride of the car feels a bit bumpy until you get used to it, but after a while it will become un-noticed due to the comfort of the car including its very comfortable and supportive seats in the front and back.
Body roll is an issue especially on roundabouts with this car, but I think it adds to its cheeky character.
Boot space is limited, but is ample for what I need it for. If I did need to carry a larger load, I would not be troubled as the rear seats fold down very well and easily.
Interior, exterior, suspension and performance upgrades are also very easily accessible for this model.