United Bravo spied testing on roads for the very first time!

There is a lot of buzz regarding the upcoming United Bravo, an 800cc hatchback car from United Autos. For the past many months, social sites and facebook car community pages are going crazy about this new car. PakWheels.com was the first site which broke the news of United Bravo.

In the fresh event, it is spied testing on roads for the very first time, which simply means that the company is testing its feasibility on roads and is gearing up to launch the hatchback in the market.

Read Also: Is United Bravo a replacement of Suzuki Mehran?

Below are the pictures of United Bravo while being tested on roads.

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Photos were shared on PakWheels Facebook Community by a fellow PakWheelers Farhan Zafar.

The Bravo is a renamed Dahe Motor DH350 and the engine is an 800cc 3-cylinder unit. According to Mr Afzal General Manager sales and marketing United Autos, the car is equipped with such features, which the locally produced hatchback lacks

The pictures of Bravo has already been leaked and after looking at the pictures, it is safe to assume that the car is equipped with features like rear parking camera, seat-belt warning indicator, power windows, touchscreen infotainment system, RPM and speedometer dials and digital information cluster and wooden interior, etc.

Stay tuned to get latest updates regarding United Bravo.

My name is M. Ali Laghari and I love to read and write about Cars.

Notable Replies

  1. Kutch ziada stretch nahi ho gai pics main ? Ya yeh ha hi isi shape ki?

  2. The road presence definitely looks good. I would definitely not mind having one if its reasonably priced and can atleast withstand mehran if not anything better at least

  3. I'm as blank as you are on this topic.

    What I'm feeling good about is that atleast something sensible is being planned.

    Usually since China is associated with cheap replicas people tend to think they are cheap.

    So either people bring in a third class product keep margins high and the product fails.

    I hope united brings in a product whoose actual value meets perceived value.

    United has a decent market in the motorcycle segment so they would definitely be planning something good for localization as well

    I haven't heard of any plants or assembly lines. But the car in picture looks like being driven in Punjab.

    With it sharing the engine from a mehran nothing major could go wrong. Just that the price for body parts would be a question mark. (FAW v2 also faces it) but who cares till date daihatsu coures body parts cost an arm and leg when compared to Suzuki alto and mehran.

  4. from 01:00 PM to 04:00 PM daily

  5. I have the news from internal source that the local production or assembling has been started. By the August they are planning to launch for booking.

    Lets hope for the best. A rival is ready for the legend Mehro.

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