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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Sep 2016.
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(launched 2007)

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1.4 Multi-Air T-Jet Dynamic (M)
$144,900 (Nov 2015) spacer spacer
14.1km/L 140 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.4 Multi-Air T-Jet Dynamic Panoramic Roof (M)
$148,900 (Nov 2015) spacer spacer
14.1km/L 140 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.4 Dynamic (M)
$87,900 (Aug 2009) spacer
14.9km/L 90 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.4 Veloce 185 (M)
$95,900 (Sep 2008) spacer
15.9km/L 185 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.4 T-Jet Dynamic (M)
$111,900 (Aug 2010) spacer
14.1km/L 150 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.4 T-Jet Dynamic Panoramic Roof (M)
$115,900 (Aug 2010) spacer
14.1km/L 150 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.4 T-Jet Dynamic (A)
$137,900 (Sep 2011) spacer
14.9km/L 120 bhp 6-speed (A)
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1.4 T-Jet Dynamic Panoramic Roof (A)
$139,900 (Oct 2011) spacer
14.9km/L 120 bhp 6-speed (A)
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Fiat Bravo
4 stars - based on 25 reviews
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Car Review - Fiat Bravo T-Jet 1.4
Did Fiat get it right with this potential pocket rocket? Read on to find out what our reviewer thinks.
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4.0
 
25 Consumer Reviews

 
Good pocket rocket for budget drivers `
The review is for t-jet engine. Excellent pickup from standstill with good fuel efficiency for me averaging 14.5 km per liter. Great on the open road and track, the small engine revs to 19x km/h with minimum drama
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Fun to drive little Italian car `
Small Hatch with a Small Turbo, manual stick push the fun factor up. this car drives well. brought used and comes with Coilover and some chassis tuning parts, makes the car drives well in the twisty. Car is heavy but mine still does 11-12km/L on the avg. 2 piece sunroof is nice and the alu roof in between the glass panels makes the car more solid compare to a full panaroof, although a Pana Roof is nicer. small 1.4L engine packs some punch to it. aftermarket exhuast helps makes the noise louder Although parts are not as cheap as a Japanese cars, but this is still okay in prices for parts.
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A beloved ride both for me and my family `
As the first owner of my 1.4M Bravo, and still owning it coming to 8 years, it is testament to how fulfilling this car is to both me and my family. Back in 2010, I got this at full-spec, i.E. Panoramic skyroof, "Bodykit" And sports rims. Never a day driving my little bella does it not bring a grin to my face - especially when I have the roof open. Its punchy little turbo-charged engine has surprised not only myself, but other fellow road users who could not recognise it at first glance. Italians know how to grip you with their design, and sitting in the cabin of a Fiat Bravo, you will be pleasantly surprised just how sleek it looks. The piano-black plastics with carbon-fibre style dash wraps around you - accented by the Bravo badge in at the passenger corner. Mind you, all of this was designed back in 2008! Being a compact hatchback, it does provide ample boot space that you can expect from other cars in its class, but it fits not only my golf clubs but my baby pram as well - so that's all that I really need! Even now, approaching her in the car park evokes a swell of pride - even if the plastics are starting to get sticky, the cup holders aren't really meant to hold anything larger than a coffee cup, and there aren't many workshops out there who can "Zhng" Her up - but why would you want to mess around with something that's already so good? Comparing her to my previous cars, the maintenance is surprisingly fuss-free and affordable - not at all like what older folks have claimed that Fiat is "Fixing It All the Time". I guess opting for the 6-speed manual GB was the wisest choice after all - and the most fun I reckon.
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Beauty little Italian `
1.4M T-Jet drove the car for about 14month, its a love and hate for this sexy hatch. the moment you floor the accelerator, you will love this car as the response is almost immediate. There is min turbo lag as the cc is small. but if you want to own an Italian car, be sure that you have time to visit the workshop for any surprise failure. Be prepare that you will have LOUSY aftersales service from TTS as they can promise you the sun and moon, but after you got your key, they find excuses to fulfil what they promise.
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