Fiat Brava insurance
The Brava is a practical choice amongst families, with five door access and even more room in the back while still not breaking the bank. The affordable selling prices and the low insurance group means that this car is a popular choice for new families who don't want their car to cost them the earth.
Although Fiat stopped making the Brava in 2001, its popularity has not dropped. Nonetheless, even the newest Brava will be showing its age now, so it you are looking to buy one, shop around and try and get one with a full service history.
If you're a family who's keeping a careful eye on their pocket, the smaller 1.2 Forza falls into a lower insurance group and tax bracket range. However, the 1.9 ELX could also appeal to those of us who are after a family car with a bit more power.
If the Brava is not for you, they you could try its sister, The Bravo, which is the sportier version of this family classic.
||1.4 - 1.9
||11 - 13
||J - L
||1.2 - 1.9
||13 - 17
||G - L
||1.2 - 1.6
||13 - 15
||G - J
||1.6 - 1.9
||15 - 19
||F - L
*All information sourced from Parkers.co.uk
Reliability Index have given the Fiat Brava a 'good' rating when it comes to its reliability. This rating is calculated using the Brava's average repair costs alongside the amount of time its off the road during its repair period. This means that your trusty Brava could be on the road longer resulting in less hassle and worrying for you.
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