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Fiat/Alfa Romeo slashes prices and improves spec

FIAT Group is slashing the price and increasing specification on several models in the UK from both its Fiat and Alfa Romeo car ranges.

The Fiat Brava five-door hatchback has had its prices cut to match those of the three-door Bravo models, and there is a new entry-level special edition version called Forza costing £9,995 on the road. The price changes see the Brava range drop by about £500: for example, the 80 16v SX was £11,409 on the road and is now £10,953, the TD 75 SX (£12,049) is now £11,640, the mid-ranged 100 16v ELX (£12,891) and is £12,496, and the 115 16v ELX (£14,935) is £14,272.

Similarly, the Alfa Romeo 145 and 146 models are benefitting from a revised exterior and interior trim, increased specification and a price reduction for the 146. Prices for the 145 remain the same but those for the 146 are down by an average of 1.3%, which sees the 146 1.6 TS fall by £290 to £14,836, 146 1.8 TS by £270 to £15,698, and the 146 2.0 Ti falls £250 to £17,122

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