Every model has driver's seat height adjustment and a steering wheel that moves for both reach and rake to help you get comfortable. However, the Bravo's sleek exterior styling takes its toll on rear visibility, with a small rear screen, sharply rising waistline and chunky rear pillars all creating blind spots. Some of the switchgear is confusingly arranged, too.
Fiat Bravo Hatchback space & practicality
In spite of that swooping roofline, there's plenty of headroom throughout the cabin, but rear kneeroom is tight compared with the class leaders. Luggage space is far more generous, thanks to the sheer depth of the boot, although you have to lift items over a high load lip, and the rear wheelarches intrude.
Fiat Bravo Hatchback equipment
The single trim level is Easy, which comes with an acceptable amount of kit for the money. As standard, it has air-conditioning, alloy wheels, four electric windows, Bluetooth, a USB connection and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.