There's no doubt that the Bravo is a nice car to drive. It's quite difficult to find its best feature though, as we can't agree on the one that plays the most important role: the engine or the exterior design.
From the city driving point of view, Bravo could be the best choice for a regular driver who's not looking for too "premium" features, albeit some people might agree that paying so much money for this car isn't quite the best investment. The fuel consumption figures however are somewhere in the average category and, in case you're not the sporty kind of driver, you could get even closer to the official figures provided by Fiat.
As for open road, Bravo is no special model, but thanks to the 1.6-liter Multijet engine, it manages to do a pretty good job. With a 400-liter trunk, Fiat's 5-door hatchback might be suitable for longer trips, but the lack of cruise control and other comfort features is surely a minus.
There are no bad things about the car, other than the lack of features, but most of them are already on the options list with a fairly high price. Still, in the context of such a tough rivalry, Bravo might lose some ground against competitors coming from the German market.Continue reading