Ford Fiesta. Fiat Bravo. You are standing in a showroom and you are not sure which vehicle best meets your need. You have not done your research yet, but you are in the market for a small, fuel-efficient car. Fiesta vs. Bravo. Which one should you choose? Keep reading for information on both of these great cars!
The 2013 Fiesta comes in a hatchback and a sedan design, and can average around 30 mpg in the city and close to 40 mpg on the highway. The car has good driving dynamics and comes with a high-tech interior and an up-to-date power steering specification as well. The vehicle also has such amenities as heated seats. The excellent petrol mileage of this model would make it a great car for a commuter, college student, or someone with a job that requires a lot of highway traveling. Plus, there is a voice-activated infotainment system that music fans will enjoy as well.
The Fiat Bravo is in some ways the European counterpart to the Ford Fiesta. The Fiat is known for a pleasant interior design, with a classy, almost svelte, appeal to it. The interior is also spacious, albeit a little awkward because the Italian stance of “short leg, long arm” can be foisted on you. The handling of the Fiat has its good points and its bad points. The Fiat is able to navigate sharp turns and has a better-than-average chassis. One advantage that this automobile would have over the Ford Fiesta would be in the petrol mileage, which is at least 44 mpg on the highway. The Fiat Bravo is a very economical car indeed.
So which one? The choice is yours, depending on what you might need. For commuting, pick the Fiesta. For mileage, pick the Bravo.