Fiat Bravo is the nameplate attached to two different generations of a mid-sized family hatchback offered by the Italian giant.
Competing against the ever-popular Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra and Volkswagen Golf among others, the last Fiat Bravo was sold in 2014 and it’s currently a segment the company finds itself without a challenger in.
Debuting in 1995, the first Fiat Bravo was part of a multi-model range, each with its own identity. Replacing the Tipo, the Bravo was a sporty three-door hatchback, complemented by a roomier, family focused Fiat Brava five-door variant.
Those seeking something more traditional opted for the Fiat Marea saloon while if load-lugging was your primary requirement, the Fiat Marea Weekend made the most sense.