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Hi 1. The boot size is about the best in class. Bravo is not regarded as having very good rear legroom. All reviews point out the rear legroom is a bit tight but I have sit in the back and for me its more than enough. 2. If you opt for the new 1.6 105 (Eco pack optional) or 120bhp diesels then you can get up to 57-62mpg (62 with eco pack). 4. I drove the Sport versions both 150bhp diesel and 150bhp

Re number 10 - what does that mean eat on my order Originally Posted by cstavaru Hi 1. The boot size is about the best in class. Bravo is not regarded as having very good rear legroom. All reviews point out the rear legroom is a bit tight but I have sit in the back and for me its more than enough. 2. If you opt for the new 1.6 105 (Eco pack optional) or 120bhp diesels then you can get up to 57-62mpg

FIAT STILO That Garage Visit Went To Plan Today...

Thought I would spend some money on the MW and have some preventitive maintanance done so hopefully no more woes in next 2 years before I change. Below was what was to be done.. Replace both Front Lower suspension arms for fiat units. Replace both Front Drop Links for fiat units. Replace both Anti Roll Bar Bushes for good pattern parts. Replace both Track Rod Ends for fiat Units Replace both Front

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wrong is only a minor challenge then go for the 1.6 - a much nicer car to ride in for the same money now as a 1.4 I sold my Tipo (1989 1.6 DGT) in 2001 because it was too boring (there was nothing that needed fixing) too expensive and not fast enough (good handling or not I found it more sluggish than my Uno 60 (0-100kmh in 18 seconds) and couldnt quite get to 160kmh...) I replaced it with a fiat

FIAT UNO II Uno Work In Progress (2.0 Turbo) a Story

Well as some of you will remember i had a massive thread on rebuilding my old Uno Turbo . Heres a couple of pictures of it to remind you all Looked good was used daily until i discovered how using it daily and through all weathers killed it and rotted it to death This was 2005 So i cut up the old shell and started my new thread After mucho building i ended up with a 90% completed project which i used

FIAT MAREA 185 Poor old Marea Weekend

My lovely old Marea Weekend 1.9 JTD is fast approaching the end of the road. It has a crunching 2nd gear dodgy EGR intermittent crankcam sensor fault where the only way to start it is to rock it on the starter at touch then its off. Worn out disks and among other things some kind of sticky red fluid thats building in the passenger footwell (lhs). Yet it refuses to stick its toes up The thing is I

Thanks for the advice. My lad just said that the rear swinging armssuspension are a common problem on the croma and the electrics arent very reliable but hes a grumpy little bugger sometimes. I shall get over to the croma section and have a read. The othe excellent thing about being a Marea owner is the helpful advice to be found on this forum. My wife has a MK4 Espace (junk) and trying to get technical information and advice is like trying to find an honest banker.

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