Car reviews - Mazda - Bravo - dual cab 4x4 utility
31 Jan 2002
MAZDA claims the Bravo has more overall interior room than anything else in its class. The doors open wide to reveal a flush, easy to clean floor - making entry and exit a simple step and slide. The dual cab offers seating for five adults, however the centre rear seating position offers no headrest and only a lap belt. All dual cabs have front bucket seats and a rear folding bench - behind which you will find the jack and tools but also some valuable storage space for those odd things, like golf umbrellas, fire extinguishers and first aid kits. The gearshift or auto console incorporates two generous mug holders and a glasses compartment before turning upwards to join the dash. Bravo offers no airbag protection, be it standard or optional. The front doors each have a large map pocket that incorporate a door speaker.
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Did you know?The Bravo has a collapsible, tilt adjustable steering column and adjustable head restraints
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