The Italian based automaker Fiat has recently launched the Bravo Business Edition across the Old Continent, where the model can be yours from 20,150 euros.
According to the car manufacturer, the Fiat Bravo Business Edition is coming with standard items such as the ABS, ESP, HBA (Hill Brake Assist), Hill Holder, four airbags, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control, audio system with steering wheel mounted control, air conditioner with pollen filter fog lamps with cornering function and some other tweaks, which should make the car more appealing to its future customers.
Fiat says that the Bravo Business Edition is only available with the 1.6 liter MutliJet II diesel engine, which is producing a total output of 105 BHP and it has a peak torque of 290 Nm, available at 1,500 rpm. The mode is burning just 4.4 liter of fuel in a combined cycle and it’s emitting 115 g/km of CO2. Changes for the Fiat Bravo Business Edition stop here and the exterior design of the model doesn’t seem to be different than the standard version. Prices for the Fiat Bravo Business Edition have been set at 20,150 euros, across the Old Continent.