Yes I too want to stay realistic. So I'll state the truth about its usage.
First of all, the power steering+windows are the most important features for me.
Parking the car is also easy because of the camera and sensors. Multimedia touch screen with Bluetooth call receiving option from mobile comes handy at times.
Overall look and feel is very comfy.
The car cabin is not quiet at all... Engine vibrations are felt inside allot but it is improving day by day. I asked United Motor Experts about the issue and they told that your car is producing less noise than the newly delivered units. It will require tappets setting after 5000Kms and the sound will decrease after that. I hope it happens that way..
Its doesn't have mileage calculator, So i have to calculate it manually. As per my experience so far, its doing something between 14-16 KM/L. I drive 50-70 KMs daily mostly within Rawalpindi and Islamabad. But it is improving day by day, Initially it used to give 10KM/L and that improved after first oil change and service at 1000KMs by the United Motors.
Clutch/ Gears and Brake
Its clutch is based on wires from the backend and is hard in winter mornings. This makes shifting gears a bit harder in the morning. But improves once the car temperature is tuned to appropriate.
Regarding brakes, it contains serva brakes which is definitely better than Mehran's but overall I feel sometimes that I need to apply brakes a little earlier than anticipated.
Body Parts are not openly available in market yet. You need to go to their service center for that. However, oil and air filters are easily available in Pindi/Islamabad Oil change centres.
After Sale Service
United motors is providing one year free service... Initially there were some issues with a power window button which was not completely coming out after being pressed. I went to United motor experts in I-10 Islamabad and they opened the panel and rubbed the plastic around the button and made space for it to come back.. Moreover, the gap between some body parts like bonnet and fender was a bit uneven. They used sticks and molded the parts with hands and did same thing with the doors which were not closing evenly.
When I inquired about the rough body parts alignment, he told me that the same issue is observed in most of the cars delivered by all of the other vendors like Suzuki, Honda and Toyota... He said that whenever you buy a new car in Pakistan, you have to take it to a danter to fix such issues. So this is not specific to Bravo. I think he is right, as I remember people reporting similar issues when Honda Civic was launched a couple of years ago.
Overall, they were polite and paid attention to all issues that I reported to them.
Currently, if you want to book the car, you'll get it delivered withing 2-3 months at the price tag of PKR912,500. However car dealers in Islamabad have already started gambling with its prices... Currently the asking price for ready to deliver units is PKR 980,000, which is slightly negotiable but not more too much...