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Mechanical and specification changes to Brava/ Bravo twins

TWO new engines have been added to a revised Fiat Brava and Bravo range which has undergone trim-level badging changes. The S has been dropped, leaving the SX with an improved standard specification as the base model for the Brava and Bravo.

Two new engines joining the range are the 82bhp 1.2-litre 16-valve unit already found in the Punto, and the new 105bhp 1.9JTD turbodiesel. There are also improvements to the five-cylinder VVT 2.0-litre 20-valve engine which powers the HGT version of the Bravo. It is now more powerful at 154bhp rather than 147bhp. An automatic gearbox option is added to the Brava SX, powered by the 1.6-litre 100bhp 16v engine. All models have improved standard equipment including rear head restraints, a new radio/cassette with six speakers, front electric windows, central locking and power steering.

Bravo on-the-road pricing: 80 16v SX £10,948.90, 100 16v SX £11,969.98, 100 16v HLX £13,315.35, 115 16v HLX £14,267.10, 155 20v HGT £15,842.78, TD75 SX £11,635.10, TD100 SX £12,402.38. Brava on-the-road pricing: 80 16v SX £11,409.50, 100 16v SX £12,309.55, 100 16v SX Auto £13,240.15, 100 16v HSX £12,891.18, 100 16v ELX £13,965.13, 115 16v ELX £14,935.68, TD75 SX £12,049.88, TD100 SX £12,846.52, JTD105 ELX £14,308.22.

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