For Along with strong diesel engines and decent refinement, the Fiat Bravo brings some flair to its class. It looks stylish, and is cheap to buy and run.
Against The ride and handling disappoint, build quality is below par and rear vision is poor. To cap it all, depreciation is heavy.
What Car? says
Cheap, but otherwise an average car in a class where excellence is the norm. The Fiat Bravo is nowhere near as good as the class leaders.
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There are 3 Fiat Bravo versions available
Target Price team says:
There's a wide range of engines and trims to choose from in the Fiat Bravo range, but you don't need to spend much to get all the best bits of the Bravo.
Our favourite model is the 1.4 Active - although it's not the quickest model in the range, it is the cheapest, but still comes with standard air conditioning.
The diesels are smooth and responsive, and may make some sense for higher-mileage drivers. And, no matter which model you're looking at, you have the reassurance of a five-star crash-test rating from Euro NCAP.
Reader test team says:
I have had this car 6 months. I bought it because I previosly owned MGzr 160 vvc and a Peugeot 206 GTI so I needed a family car with the same power…
Wow,some of these reviews have been really negative. All I can say is that you must have been really unluky. I bought my 07 bravo in 08 and have…
Loved the style & was hoping the build would have improved having owned an old style Bravo that was forever in the dealers. Unfortunately it has been…
I've recently been looking round at a few cars with the idea of looking to save money in running costs. The Fiat Bravo 1.6 Diesel seemed to fit the…