Wednesday, March 10, 2010

The new Bravo MY 2010

Fiat Bravo, being introduced to the public in 2010, comes with some major style innovations that make it even more modern and elegant.
Starting from the exteriors. The front-end is new with a black and metallic grids. The grill frame has a metallic finish on all versions, except for the Emotion, on which it is chrome-plated. Furthermore, all versions come with mirrors and handles in matching body colour, while the headlights are burnished and clear at the direction indicators. Two new colours complement the palette: Melodic Grey and Ballad Pearl.
The interiors, particularly of the Active and Dynamic versions, are also new. The Active version has a carbon-look dashboard, more modern and elegant. The Dynamic version – the most popular on the market – has fabrics with new patterns and colours, such as Sand which makes the interior even brighter.
The engine range is the same as ever, but it is well worth noting that the 1.4 - 90 HP on the Fiat Bravo 2010 is a Euro 5 with 146 g/km of CO2 (greatly ahead of the compulsory application of the standard). The Emotion version is also available with LPG engines.
For a more complete, customised offering, the Bravo 2010 has new (market-specific) content packs, which are considerably more cost-effective solutions for customers with respect to selecting optional features one at a time. For example, the Active Sound pack (for Active) includes fog lights, CD radio and MP3 player; the Blue Dynamic pack (for Dynamic) includes Blue&Me, rear parking sensors and rear electric windows; the Blue Emotion pack (for Emotion) includes Blue&Me, front and rear parking sensors, light and rain sensor and electrically folding mirrors; and finally, the Blue Sport pack (for Sport) includes Blue&Me, 18” alloy rims, tinted back seat windows and rear window.
Bravo kicks off the new year with a renewed model, consolidating the ongoing innovation strategy that has made it be appreciated by an increasingly larger public. In 2009, it was once again one of the most popular cars in the medium compact C segment. It leads the LPG segment in Italy (totalling nearly 40% of the private customer market) and stands out in the 5-door saloon sub segment.

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