litre, inline 4 cylinder, diesel
speed manual FWD
hp @ 4,000 rpm
The Fiat Bravo 2.0 Multijet Sport, which was introduced in 2008,
is the replacement model for the Bravo 1.9 Multijet Sport. Both
cars have won considerable praise for their engineering, build
quality and general good value for money.
The Bravo 2.0 Multijet Sport features a noticeable 15 hp increase
in power over its predecessor. While at the same time the new
engine produces less harmful emissions. The 0-60 mph time has
been cut by the better half of a second, and the top speed has
gone up by 4 mph to 134 - not that that 4 mph matters too much!
The car isn't designed to be a contender for the ultimate hot
hatch. Instead it leans more towards the practical needs of
a family - but one which wants a car that can provide a bit
of joy every now and then for the driver.
The Bravo 2.0 Multijet Sport is also well equipped, and comes
standard with an electronic stability system, traction control,
electric windows, climate control and an array of airbags. There
is the option for a "Blue&Me" hands-free communication,
information and entertainment system, and Blue&Me Nav, a
pictogram navigation system.
Fiat's been producing some really good cars over the past few
years, and people are starting to take notice. Nobody sniggers
or makes jokes about you being best friends with your mechanic
now when you tell them you've just bought a Fiat. Well as long
as it's one of the new generation of cars anyway. Thankfully
the Fiat Bravo 2.0 Multijet 165 Sport is continuing the new