Fiat Bravo dimensions
Latest model: Fiat Bravo hatchback (2007)
Length: 170.7 (in) = 4336 (mm)
Width: 70.6 (in) = 1792 (mm)
Height: 58.7 (in) = 1490 (mm)
Compare Fiat Bravo dimensions to: Peugeot 308
Fiat Bravo details:
You'll struggle to find a small hatchback that looks as good as the Fiat Bravo. With a nose that echoes some sportscars of the 1960s, the Fiat Bravo's look layout is a real high point. In profile the Fiat Bravo is perfectly proportioned too, while the rising waistline gives it a dynamic energy that's lacking in many of its competitors. Thankfully the momentum is maintained right to the end as well, as the back layout operates brilliantly too, with distinctive back lights and neat proportions. The Fiat Bravo is available with five doors only and sits somewhere between the Ford Fiesta and Focus or Renault Clio and Megane.
A 60/40-split folding back bench is traditional on all models and there's a deep boot. The result is a decent load bay with the seatings in place 400 litres can be stowed. But tip the seatings forward and this jumps to 1175, litres, although access is restricted by a high loading lip. Compare that with the Ford Fiesta and you've got just 295 litres with the seatings in place or 979 litres with them folded. Equivalent figures for the Renault Clio are 288 and 1038 litres.
There are three versions offered: Active, Dynamic and Sport, although not all of these are provided with every motor. Entry-level vehicles option metal wheels, remote central locking, electric windows in the front and air-con, so they're none too generously equipped. Moving up to Dynamic adds 16-inch alloy wheels, lumbar support for the driver's bench, dual-zone conditioning, Bluetooth phone hands-free plus the feature of a semi-automatic gearbox. Range-topping Sport trim, not provided with the 1. 6-litre diesel motor, adds 17-inch alloys, sportier dashboard and look detailing and cruise control, although bizarrely, the conditioning reverts to mere air-con.