The introduction of 800cc hatchback United Bravo was a sigh of relief for the local consumers who previously had only one option to buy, Suzuki Mehran. Bravo was launched last year, and for its features, it took the auto market by surprise. The buzz around Bravo increased after it was revealed that Pak Suzuki was finally discontinuing its iconic Mehran.
The path seemed clear for United Bravo to grab the 800cc market segment. However, now it appears that Bravo will face serious competition from another 800cc hatchback, Prince Pearl. Both cars are compact hatchbacks, specially manufactured for small families.
In Pakistan, Regal Automobiles and DFSK have launched the Pearl.
People are still a bit sceptical about the build quality of Bravo. On the other hand, the build quality of Pearl, in my humble opinion, is relatively better than Bravo.
The exterior of both cars looks somewhat the same. The interior of Bravo is impressive as one can see in the pictures below.
If we look at the pictures of Prince Pearl, its interior is also impressive and modern-looking.
Bravo is being sold at PKR 985,000 (ex-factory) while Prince Pearl has been launched with a price tag of PKR 10,49,000.
See the comparison sheet of specification and features of Bravo and Pearl below:
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