The Citation Bravo, built from about 1997 through 2006, is an updated version of the Citation S/II and is part of the Cessna 550 family.
On the Bravo, you can expect a plane that is identical in size to the Citation II and
Citation S/II, but more modern. The Bravo adds new engines, landing gear, and avionics to the existing Citation S/II airframe. One thing the Bravo is known for is its smoother landings; the older Citations were known for a "kerplunk" at landing.
Like its Citation II predecessor, the average Bravo will seat up to 7 passengers and have an enclosed lavatory. Some 8 passenger Bravos do exist. The Bravo is a good light jet for short to mid-range trips.