Some things in life are better when they're bigger. This certainly applies to things we love to receive, such as a healthy refund cheque from the Tax Office. I'm sure many performers would also argue that bigger is always better when it comes to the size of an audience and the length of an ovation. But when is smaller better? While driving past this behemoth yesterday I couldn't resist the chance to take a snap to illustrate the point that sometimes smaller is indeed better. With an amazingly efficient 0.9L 2Cyl engine, the Fiat 500C takes about $40 to fill and drives a good 700km on a single tank, and with fuel prices as high as they are, this is an outstanding benefit. So much fun to drive, and with a CO2 emissions rating of just 106, the Fiat 500C TwinAir Lounge is also a smart choice for the eco conscious, and those keen to minimise their carbon footprint.