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New Bravo diesel 2.0 Multijet: Less fuel, lower emissions

09 Feb 2009

New Bravo diesel 2.0 Multijet: Less fuel, lower emissions




A stylish new fleet challenger from Fiat will allow company car drivers to enjoy increased power and performance, while maintaining impressive fuel economy and low tax bills.

Fiat’s stylish mid-size Bravo hatchback is now available with a new 165bhp 2.0-litre 16v MultiJet engine, which will replace the current 1.9 MultiJet. The new engine is ‘greener’ than its predecessor, thanks to Euro V compliance and a diesel particulate filter that reduces CO2 emissions to just 139g/km – resulting in low 18 per cent Benefit in Kind tax bills for company car drivers.

And yet, despite these impressive environmental credentials, it also delivers class leading performance – 0-62mph in 8.2 seconds and a top speed of 134 mph – while returning 53.2mpg fuel economy in the combined cycle.

 “Considered from a Whole Life Cost perspective, the Bravo’s low purchase price, competitive resale values and good fuel economy make it a cost-effective option for fleet managers looking to reduce operating costs over a typical three-year contract.”, says Adam Pumfrey, Fleet and Remarketing Director, Fiat Group Automobiles UK

Bravo 2.0 MultiJet 16v is available in two trim levels – Dynamic and Sport – from £16,855 OTR.

The newcomer is complemented in the range by the diesel powered Bravo 1.6-litre MultiJet Active ECO model, priced from £14,450, which has tax-busting CO2 emissions of 119g/km plus 62.7mpg on the combined cycle.


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