Is Fiat Bravo 2007 a good car?

Is Fiat Bravo 2007 a good car?

It is perfectly capable and offers the best blend of performance and economy. Unfortunately, the steering is very light. This makes the car easy to drive around town but also means it doesn’t have a very dynamic driving experience – it’s competent rather than exciting.

How fast can a Fiat Bravo go?


Model Years Top speed
1.4 T-Jet 16V 120 Dualogic 2008–2014 197 km/h (122 mph)
1.4 Multiair Turbo 16V 140 2010–2014 204 km/h (127 mph)
1.4 T-Jet 16V 150 2007–2010 212 km/h (132 mph)
1.8 E.Torq 1.8 16V 2010–2014 191 km/h (119 mph) (petrol) 193 km/h (120 mph) (ethanol)

What is the new Fiat Bravo?

The new Fiat Bravo is ‘concrete beauty’, a car that reiterates the aesthetic canons of Italia n styling tradition. It was designed to give customers the substance that comes from outstanding safety and reliability, coupled with the enjoyable, sporty driving style that the whole world expects from an Italian car.

What are the safety features of the Fiat Bravo?

The Fiat Bravo was designed to score maximum points in passive and active safety tests, thanks to several airbags (as many as 7), three-point seat-belts with pre-tensioners and load limiters, and five head-restraints.

What kind of engine does a Bravo have?

The Bravo was powered by three different petrol and three diesel engines. ‘T-Jet’ is the name of the new range of turbocharged petrol engines. Some models of the 150 PS (110 kW; 148 hp) T-Jet version have a Sport button to give an “overboost” function.

Why was the Fiat Bravo discontinued in Australia?

In Australia, the Fiat Bravo was sold as the Fiat Ritmo, since Mazda Australia owns rights to the “Bravo” name (as used on a commercial vehicle). It was introduced there in February 2008, however, it was discontinued the following year, due to slow sales, only 463 units were sold in total.