Abarth is an Italian racing and road car maker and performance division founded by Italo-Austrian Carlo Abarth in 1949.
Abarth was sold to Fiat in 1971 and is now owned by Stellantis. Under Fiat ownership, Abarth became the Fiat Group's racing department however in the 1980s, Abarth name was mainly used to mark performance cars and in the 2000s, Fiat used the Abarth brand to designate a trim/model level.
In 2007 Abarth was re-established as an independent unit with the launch of the Abarth Grande Punto and the Abarth Grande Punto.
At KeyNOW we can replace remote keys for your Abarth vehicle.
Remote keys are one of the most common type of vehicle key in use. The key has a traditional shaft that has to be inserted into the ignition to start the vehicle and the “head” (the part of the key you hold), contains a transponder chip. which communicates with the security system to allow the car to start. The key fob has remote control buttons that allow you to lock and unlock the doors without having to physically insert the key into the door lock.
We’ll have your replacement car keys with you in only a few days, it’s as easy as four simple steps.
Simply find your vehicle via our easy-to-use, online search tool and choose the key and service you require.
Purchase your key and securely upload a clear image of your key along with proof of ID.
Our in-house expert technicians will decode and accurately cut your new car or van key.
• Pair-it-Yourself*• You Come To Us• We Come To You
* Includes new cut key with easy-to-use pairing device
For a new, fully-programmed remote key, select the service that suits you best.
Ideally yes. Having a second/spare car key can save you time, money and headaches. If you only have one key and it gets lost or damaged, most vehicle owners find that they have no option but to go to the main dealer. Some even find that they need to have their whole locks changed. This takes time and is very expensive. When you go to sell your vehicle, not having a spare key can also seriously impact the trade-in value.