2011 Fiat Bravo Mylife comes with better equipment and some exterior modifications, which are aimed to appeal to European customers. Bravo is not the best selling hatchback at the old continent, moreover it is one of the worst in the segment with only 44 850 units sold last year while the leader in its segment, the Volkswagen Golf, sold 501 671 units.

With the improvements, Fiat will attract more customers. However, the Bravo is set to be replaced with the crossover in 2012.

2011 Bravo Mylife is available in two colors – Distinct Grey and Superb Red. The styling upgrades include upper and lower grilles in a glossy black finish, fog light framings, a set of new 16" two-tone alloy wheels, chromed door handles and grille borders.

The equipment includes Blue&Me infotainment system with Instant NAV SAT system, Bluetooth phone connectivity and USB ports for music devices, manual air conditioning, 6 airbags, ESP with Hill Holder function, fog lights with cornering function, leather covered steering-wheel and gearshift lever, and electric windows.

2011 Fiat Bravo Mylife 1.4 liter 90HP petrol is priced at €14 900 in Italy. The more powerful 1.4 liter T-Jet with 120HP and the 1.4-liter Multiair Turbo, which develops 140hp and has the standard Start & Stop system. The diesel variant 1.6 liter with 120HP comes with a price tag of €17 600.

2011 Fiat Bravo Mylife

Source: Fiat