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History of Fiat Bravo
Fiat introduced the Bravo in 2007 as a small family car to add to its line up. It was formally introduced to the public at the Geneva Motor Show. The Bravo was the first car to use Fiat Automobiles'' updated logo, which featured a red background within a chrome frame. It was designed to relight the Fiat fire after a dismal reception for it Stilo model, giving the Bravo name a new lease of life after the production of the original Bravo ended in 2001. Production of the new model Bravo ceased in 2014, as part of Fiat''s five-year plan, with no direct successor announced as of yet. The Fiat Bravo was a stylish step into the family hatchback class for the Italian carmaker, showing off plenty of Italian design flair within the overall aesthetic. Its known for being a safe choice on the road, with a strong Euro NCAP rating and a good range of engines, although vague steering and tight legroom for rear passengers meant the Bravo saw mixed reviews from the motoring press.
Fiat Bravo (2007 - 2014)
Fiat first launched the Bravo in 2007, at the Geneva Motor Show. The model had been designed at Fiat''s Centro Stile facility, with a large portion of the car''s body engineered by Austrian carmaker Magna Steyr. Fiat used a lot of CAD engineering and computer simulations for the Bravo, enabling them to stick to a very tight time frame. European market models were produced at Fiat''s Piedimonte S. Germano plant.
The Bravo was praised for its stylish good looks, with Auto Express saying that even a number of years after the Bravo launched it still looks stylish and fresh, holding its own in the looks department against stiff competition from the Ford Focus, Volkswagen Golf and Peugeot 308. However, it was criticised for its inconsistent practicality and use of cheaper materials inside the cabin.
A number of different engines, including three petrol and three diesel, are used within the Fiat Bravo. The turbocharged range of petrol powertrains were known as the ''T-Jets''. A Sport button was included on the 150 ps T-Jet option to allow for an overboost function. Towards the end of 2007 Fiat introduced a new 1.6 L M-Jet diesel engine, with another updated more powerful 120 ps version added early in 2008. 2010 also saw Fiat update two of the petrol engines, fitting the 1.4 L T-Jet with new Multiair technology and boosting the base model up to Euro 5 specification.
An Eco pack was available on the 105 ps engine, which worked to change the car''s aerodynamics and ECU, giving taller gear ratios and lower rolling resistance tyres, all of which improved the cars overall fuel consumption. Lower CO2 emissions were another result of this, giving this engine a Euro 5 rating.
In 2007 The Fiat Bravo Passed The Euro NCAP Car Safety Tests With A Five Star Safety Rating.