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2009 model purchased as used low mileage car in 2010. The vehicle has plenty of features including a six speed gear box. Maintenance costs have been low and has only required a replacement exhaust during this time. Oil change periods are long as are plug changes. Only one breakdown in this period and that involved a small electrical problem with some corrosion in the cpu. Was difficult for the roadside assistance to trace, but was sorted at the roadside. The Bravo has been a good all round car and I still find it pleasurable to drive. Probably the only negative is the instrument panel. The speedometer is not so easy to read and requires side lights to be on at times to illuminate it to allow better visibility.
In the first 3 years of having this car there was fault on the main computer which had to be replaced every time the cost would have been over £500 but I took out extra insueance to cover this and a good job to as it has now had 4 new computers fitted but I must stay that in the last 3 years they seem to have sorted it all out and is now running like a dream I hope it will stay that way. But in all it is a good car all round.
Driving it from almost from the beginning and there is no problem with it so far. Only bad thing driving the 1.4 16v is that it is not that economic runs around 9 liters/100km in city and 6liter/100km out because it tends to be revy (short gearbox for better comfort in the city) and runs at about 3000rpm at 120km/h.
106,000 miles and nothing really wrong with it. It's been faithful and reliable. It drives well and is all i really need from a car. Less FIAT - Fix It Again Tomorrow and more FIAT - Ferrari In Affordale Trim......I still wouldn't mind a real ferrari though
Overall great car and good value for money compared to its more popular equivalents eg focus and golf. Has great features, Bluetooth, air con and stylish interior. Fairly low cost to run only short coming is the 1.4 feels a little underpowered.
Good reliable car with great features and a high quality interior finish. Only criticism is the 1400cc engine us a bit slow at faster speeds and not quite as economics las I would have hoped.
I have been very pleased with my Fiat Bravo - it has been reliable, feel totally safe and secure and in bad weather holds the roads very well - an absolute little treasure of a car :o)
i love my Fiat Bravo - it provides me with a sporty drive, whilst being comfortable and capacious. i just ewish the fuel consumption was a little better, but you can't have everything
Since owning my Fiat Bravo she has been a reliable and very safe car - highly recommend. Grips the road well in bad weather, low cost motoring and a sturdy vehicle.
Good over all car , but what out for the main body comuter as they are expenive when they go wrong arrox £500 to have it replaced
Excellent value, fantastic engine, pulls 1.3T trailer as though it isn't attached to the car.