As the name suggests, it’s a tie-up between Fiat and Microsoft’s MSN internet portal. The point being it showcases some interesting new mobile technology.
Not only does the Fiat Bravo MSN Special Series come with satellite navigation and Blue&Me – a Bluetooth system plus USB socket that plays MP3 music files, while also analysing and improving your driving via Fiat’s eco:Drive software – it also comes with Sony Ericsson mobile phone technology that allows direct access to the MSN portal.
It costs the same £13,255 as the Bravo 1.4 16v Active on which it’s based. However, 17-inch alloys, leather steering wheel, special paint, plus all of the above technology means buyers are getting some £2,700 in added value.
The car is launching alongside a charity driving event called the Bravo Tour, which you’ve still got time to enter. Fiat is also donating £20 to Barnardo’s for each of the first 250 test drives taken in the new model.
The Fiat Bravo MSN Special Series is on sale now.
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