Got a Bravo/a, then join the Fiat Bravo/a
register. You can either opt to simply add your details to the register
- its free, or take the oppertunity to join the Bravo/a Owners
Organisation and become a Boozer (or Boozette, ladies)
Information & Advertising
The original November 1995 press release
pack, plus road tests and magazine write up's and advertising.
this section you will find all the information you need to ensure that
you purchase a top quality car. There is also a model guide and brief
you have one, you need to keep it in top condition. All the important
information from the handbooks is contained here.
deserves an area all of its own. If you own a Bravo/a you need to read
you must have had a sense of humour to get this far. Its now gone wrong
but here is a technical (ish) guide on the common ailments and what to
do about them.
had it a week and now you want to do what! Here you will find
information on aftermarket componenets, add ons and extra's and where
to get them. Also contained are some hints and tips on what to do and
what not to do
Radio and CD Changer
OK, I gave up
trying to slot this information into other areas. This information is
for standard radios and the CD changers that will fit them, where to
get them and how to install them.
Bravo owners have met up and a gallery of events and cars.
This is a list of events
that ere either Italian car specific, i.e. Auto Italia Championships,
worthwhile trips i.e. Le Mans or just organised events where Bravo
owners will be meeting up and maybe showing off!
Here you can
put Bravo/a bits up for sale, whole cars, manuals, anything Bravo
This section is currently closed
THE place to
ask questions, say hello and talk to fellow Bravo owners.
And finally, the
obligatory page of links, mainly Italian car related, but some other
useful ones that may assist in your journey.
The editor has
been in a few scrapes while driving. What with a trailer becoming
unhitched from the vehicle in front of his, having the steering fail in
a van on the way to Scotland, a car hitting the crash barrier
on the opposite side of a motorway just in front of him, it's a small
wonder that he came out of these scrapes alive never mind completely
God for huge mercies!
really thankful that traffic light suppliers make
products that prevent most motorists crossing in front of him. Unlike
the occasion when a car pulled out of a side road and ran in to him.
The offending driver admitted he hadn't looked before he pulled out and
in front of witnesses too!