Honda Brio Honda Brio (Indonesian variant) Overview Manufacturer Honda Motor Company Production 2011–present Assembly India: Gurgaon (Honda India) Thailand: Ayutthaya (Honda Ayutthaya Plant) Indonesia: Karawang (Honda Prospect Motor) Body and chassis Class City car Body style 5-door hatchback Layout Front-engine, front-wheel-drive Related Honda AmazeHonda MobilioHonda BR-V Powertrain Engine 1.
2 L L12B i-VTEC I4 1.3 L L13A i-VTEC I4 Transmission 5-speed manual 5-speed automaticCVT Dimensions Wheelbase 2,345 mm (92.3 in) Length 3,610 mm (142 in) Width 1,680 mm (66 in) Height 1,470 mm (58 in) (Thailand) 1,500 mm (59 in) (India) Curb weight 920 kg (2,030 lb) The Honda Brio (Japanese: ホンダ・ブリオ Honda Burio) is a city car produced by Honda and sold in India, Thailand, South Africa, Indonesia and the Philippines.
The car was introduced in 2011. Name The name Brio means vivacity or verve in Italian. In Indonesia, Brio has an additional Indonesia-inspired name for the country's LCGC (Low Cost Green Car) program. The name Satya (Sanskrit: true, genuine, sincere or faithful) is used, with added local distributor's name combined as "Honda Prospect Motor Brio Satya" as its official LCGC name. Concept model Further information: Honda New Small Concept History The Brio prototype was first shown at 2010 Thailand International Motor Show.
The car is developed to position in a class below Fit/Jazz for emerging markets. The initial markets were Thailand and India. Specifications The Brio is powered by either a four-cylinder, 1.2 L (73 cu in) L12B i-VTEC gasoline engine delivering 88 PS (64.7 kW; 86.8 bhp) or 1.3 L (79 cu in) L13A i-VTEC delivering 100 PS (73.5 kW; 98.6 bhp) for the Indonesian market until 2016. It is available with either a 5-speed manual, 5-speed automatic or a continuously variable transmission.
 The car is certified to deliver a combined mileage of 19.4 km/L (55 mpg‑imp; 46 mpg‑US) and 16.5 km/L (47 mpg‑imp; 39 mpg‑US) with manual and automatic transmission respectively on the Indian cycle. Safety Safety equipment includes dual front airbags, anti-lock braking system, electronic brakeforce distribution and front pretensioner seat belts. The driver's side airbag feature multi-stage inflation.
The front body is designed to absorb impact energy for better pedestrian protection. The cars's front wheels have disc brakes and the rear wheels have drum type brakes. The progressive braking prevents sudden jerks. Regions Thailand In Thailand, the Brio was launched in March 2011. India In India, the Brio is assembled for the South Asian market by the company's subsidiary, Honda Siel Cars India (HSCI), at its production facilities in Greater Noida.
Over 80% of its parts are sourced from Indian suppliers. The Rajasthan factory also exports Brio parts to Thailand. The Brio in India is offered in V, VX and VX BL trims. Honda's introduces the first ever Electric Vehicle for the Indian market which would be based on the Brio hatchback's platform. Indonesia Honda Brio S 1.3 (Indonesia) Honda has started the assembly of Brio in Indonesia since August 2012 to fulfill the local demand.
 Before the Indonesian LCGC program was launched, the Brio used a 1.3 L (79 cu in) L13Z i-VTEC engine instead of 1.2 L (73 cu in) L12B i-VTEC one. This engine was used until 2016. In September 2013, when the LCGC program had launched, the Brio was offered in 6 trims: Satya A, Satya S, Satya E, S, E, which were made locally and available with a 1.2-liter engine, and Sports, which was imported from Thailand and available with a 1.
3-liter engine. All Satya variants were initially only available with a manual transmission, while S and E (without Satya badge) were only available with an automatic transmission. The Sports trim was available in both manual and automatic transmissions. Currently, the Satya E is available with CVT. In 2015, Honda Brio Satya was the third best selling LCGC. Philippines The Brio was launched in the Philippines at the Philippine International Motor Show in September 2014.
 South Africa The Brio was launched in South Africa in December 2012. 2016 update The Indonesian-spec Brio was updated on 7 April 2016 at the 2016 Indonesia International Motor Show. This update includes a new grille, tail lamps, dashboard design, the use of continuous variable transmission, replacing the 5-speed automatic one, and also introduced the new trim line, RS, which replaced Sports as the top-level trim.
As of April 2016, the Indonesian market Brio is available in 3 trims, which are all now powered by a 1.2-liter engine. The new trim level consists of Satya S, Satya E, and RS. The Satya S trim is only available with a manual transmission. Sales The Brio's planned launch in India was delayed from early 2011 due to the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami. It was finally launched in September 2011, just ahead of the festive season, with a starting price of ₹395,000.
It joined the Jazz in Honda's hatchback subcompact range for India. In the Indian market, it competes against Maruti Suzuki's Swift and Ritz, Hyundai's i10, Ford's Figo, Nissan's Micra and Toyota's Etios Liva. The sales took a hit again when Honda's Thailand plant had to shut down due to the massive Bangkok floods. Critical components for the Brio come from Thailand and hence its Indian production stopped for more than a month, resuming only on 15th of February 2012.
 In Indonesia, the non-LCGC Brio was sold at 9,853 units in the first 10 months of 2014, while the LCGC Brio Satya was sold at 21,959 units. From January to August 2016, the Brio Satya was sold at 20,308 units, with 5,812 units sold in August. Variations Sedan Main article: Honda Amaze The Brio is also available in the sedan form, dubbed as Amaze. MPV Main article: Honda Mobilio The Mobilio is the MPV variation of the Brio.
SUV Main article: Honda BR-V The BR-V is the SUV variation of the Brio. Recall In May 2014, Honda issued a recall of about 32,000 Brio and Amaze cars in India due to a possible mis-assembly of the proportioning valve. This recall is limited to models which are not fitted with ABS. References ^ Tadeo, Patrick Everett (2013-03-29). "Do the Thais Know Something That We Don't?". Top Gear Philippines.
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Diesel 10 (and Pinchy) First appearance Last appearance Creator(s) UK/US voice actor Other voice actors Gender Male Affiliation Gauge 4'8½" (1,435 mm; standard gauge) Power type Diesel-hydraulic Vehicle Locomotive Type Mixed traffic diesel engine with hydraulic claw Fuel type Diesel Configuration Bo-Bo Top speed 90 mph Designer(s) Builder(s) Year built Sometime between 1958 and 1961 Number D10 “Yes, ten out of ten for devious deeds and brutal strength.
The blast from the past who hates steam engines!” ― Thomas to Gordon, Thomas and the Magic Railroad Diesel 10, or simply Diesel, is an evil diesel engine with a semi-sentient roof-top, hydraulic claw, which he has named "Pinchy". Biography Thomas & the Magical Railroad Diesel 10 once visited the Island of Sodor a long time ago, and caused trouble for the steam engines while he was there.
During his visit, he found Lady, the engine responsible for keeping Sodor alive, and chased her, making her crash. Following the accident, Lady's caretaker, Burnett Stone, hid Lady in his workshop and tried to restore her, but failed to bring her back up to steam. Several years later, Diesel 10 returned to Sodor when the Fat Controller was on holiday, intending to destroy Lady once and for all. He was first seen by Thomas and Gordon when he raced past them at Killaban Station, and brought his two lapdogs, Splatter and Dodge, to the railway, who were present when he was scheming.
He caused several problems for the steam engines, such as dumping sneezing powder around Tidmouth Sheds and later destroying the scaffolding that had been placed beside the shed. When Mr. Conductor travelled across Sodor to find the windmill, Diesel 10 found him and held him over the Big Dipper, intending to drop him. However, Mr. Conductor managed to escape by cutting the hydraulics to his claw with a pair of wire cutters, causing him to fling Mr.
Conductor across the island and to the windmill. Diesel 10 was later present at the Coaling Plant, where he was covered in coal when he was teaching Splatter and Dodge “how to stop being stupid”. After Junior flew in the air after riding the windmill's sails, he landed on Diesel 10's cab, who raced across the island and to the smelter's yard, where he tried to push James and Junior into the melting pit.
Fortunately, Junior and James managed to escape by using the last of the former's gold dust. After Lady was brought back up into steam and returned to Sodor, Diesel 10 found her and began to chase her, Thomas, and Burnett across the island, until they reached the viaduct. Lady, Burnett and Thomas managed to cross the viaduct safely, but Diesel 10 was too heavy for the rails and plunged into a barge of sludge below the bridge, and was sent away in disgrace.
Thomas & Friends Diesel 10 later returned to Sodor years later under unknown circumstances. It can be assumed, however, that Sir Topham Hatt decided to give him a second chance. He was seen working at the scrapyard, loading piles of scrap into trucks. The very sight of his return caused Thomas and Percy to shudder in fright. When the steam and diesel engines were holding a meeting at the coaling plant so that they could work on the Sodor Airport, Thomas was sent to the scrapyards to inform Diesel 10 of the meeting.
However, Thomas was too scared to meet Diesel 10 again, and sped away as fast as he could, not believing that Diesel 10 would want to help the steam engines due to their difficulties in the past. Soon, the airport was nearly complete with its construction, until a water tower collapsed, cracking the runway and blocking the line. With Harvey all the way on the other side of the island, Thomas went to ask Diesel 10 for assistance.
After some slight hesitation, Diesel 10 agreed to help clear the wreckage. After Thomas was found prior to the reopening of Great Waterton, Diesel 10 was among the diesels present at the quarry when they heard the news. Later, when the Sodor Search and Rescue Centre was opened, Diesel 10 was present at the rescue centre's grand opening, standing on a cliffside overlooking the rescue centre and the steam engines below, threatening to return.
When Percy was experiencing a falling-out with Thomas, Diesel 10 decided to manipulate him into helping him restore the Vicarstown Dieselworks, by having him visit the Dieselworks and befriend him. Diesel 10 managed to convince Thomas to arrive at the Dieselworks, where he was held hostage while he, Percy and the other diesels went to the Sodor Steamworks. Once there, Diesel 10 betrayed Percy and took over the Steamworks.
Percy returned to the Dieselworks to rescue Thomas, when he noticed that sparks from Pinchy had set the main building ablaze. After Thomas was saved and the fire was put out, Percy, Kevin and the rest of the Steam Team went to the Steamworks. After a brief argument with the diesels, Sir Topham Hatt arrived and, after being told about the state of the Dieselworks, agreed to have the place restored.
Diesel 10 and the other diesels worked alongside the steam engines to restore the Dieselworks, and he became the new head of the Dieselworks, with Den and Dart taking over in his absence. When it was Christmas time, Diesel 10 became jealous of the steam engines for having more decorations at Tidmouth Sheds than he and the diesels had at the Dieselworks. He began stealing decorations from the sheds to bring to the Dieselworks, enlisting a reluctant Paxton to help him.
Diesel 10 was caught by Percy, who chased him back to the Dieselworks with the rest of the Steam Team, where Diesel 10 found out that Sir Topham Hatt had, in fact, had Paxton deliver some decorations to the Dieselworks. The next day, Diesel 10 gave the decorations back to the Steam Team, but as most of them had been damaged, he gave them the Dieselworks' decorations too, as he and the other diesels considered Sidney to be a good enough decoration.
Personality Diesel 10 is an evil, conniving, bullying, and raving diesel locomotive. He absolutely despises steam engines, and would call them taunting names like "Puffball" and "Teapot". He is Sodor's strongest but not quite largest diesel, his power being enforced by his slightly malfunctioning claw, Pinchy. He can use this deftly, and is even able to use it to make a sculpture. Pinchy, though, seems to have a mind of its own, as it has been shown to "punch" Diesel 10 in the face from time to time, which he hates very much.
All engines, steam and diesel alike, fear and respect him. Despite his aggressiveness, he will help on occasion since Sir Topham Hatt brought him back, but only when it suits his personal interest. He has a caring side, but he very rarely shows it. Technical Details Basis Diesel 10 is based on a BR Class 42 diesel-hydraulic with an added non-regulation hydraulic claw. All but two members of the class were named after Royal Navy warships, so they, and the similar Class 43, were nicknamed "Warships".
Two of these engines are preserved. Livery Diesel 10 is painted ochre with tan stripes along his sides. His buffers and "Pinchy" are painted dark brown. Appearances Jack and the Pack are working here This article is currently under construction. Please come back later. Trivia According to The Real Lives of Thomas the Tank Engine, Diesel 10's hydraulic claw, Pinchy, is an illegal modification.
Among other reasons, it makes him too tall for the British loading gauge. In an original version of the Thomas and the Magic Railroad script, Diesel 10 was to have been a new engine to the island, and Pinchy was going to be concealed beneath Diesel 10's roof. These were kept in the book, Diesel 10 Means Trouble, the magazine story Left Alone also possibly has him illustrated without his claw. "Pinchy" was originally built with no gaps between its buckets, which carried onto early promotional arts/illustrations.
Diesel 10 is the only character introduced in Thomas and the Magic Railroad to appear in the CGI Series. Diesel 10 only appeared in specials and movies until the seventeenth season, where he appeared in an episode for the first time. Some of Diesel 10's production made face masks are now owned by Twitter user Thomas Merchandise. In Thomas and the Magic Railroad, Diesel 10 is only addressed as "Diesel" aside from his introductory scene and the scene where Mr.
Conductor explains to Billy Twofeathers why he is going to Sodor. It was widely speculated that Diesel 10's name may have derived from the fact that he was the tenth diesel introduced in the television series, but Britt Allcroft says the name just "popped into her mind". Diesel 10 was once threatened by Mr. Conductor, of which he was going to put a bag of sugar in Diesel 10's fuel tank, thus clogging up the diesel engine's systems and as Mr.
Conductor said to Diesel 10 "It'll cease you up for good", even though Diesel 10 would only need his engine cleaning out to be fully functional again. Diesel 10 has had a few modifications throughout the television series. These include: Calling All Engines! His brake pipe was removed. The wipers on his front windows were removed. His body is not correctly fitted to his chassis at the front, leaving a gap above his front bufferbeam.
Misty Island Rescue The 'teeth' on his claw now interlock. His upper bodywork is level once again, but fitted higher with gaps above both bufferbeams now. Season 17: In early concept art, Diesel 10 had his name painted on his side. In addition, his claw bucket was smaller, his arm was designed differently, and he had three brakepipes, whereas his final model only had one. Diesel 10 has never been seen with an operator or driver or mentioned at all, nor has he been seen pulling any sort of rolling stock.
His ERTL toy depicts him as a BR Class 46 with added claw, this is due to re-using D199's tooling but modifying accordingly. Quotes Diesel 10: Get outta my way! I have unfinished business here and I want to finish it fast! Gordon: The Diesel 10's back! Oh!" Thomas: Yes, ten out of ten for devious deeds and brutal strength. The blast from the past who hates steam engines. - Diesel 10's introduction, Thomas and the Magic Railroad Thomas: Sir Topham Hatt says the harder we work the lesser will need diesels to help.
Diesel 10: Help you? [Evil laughs] Thomas: UH OH! Diesel 10: You always need help. Because steam engines are cowardly, cranky, worn out hunks of metals who couldn't hurt a fly! James: NO, WE'RE NOT! Diesel 10: Yes, you are! James: AREN'T! Diesel 10: ARE! Now, I've come back to find a lost steam engine. James: What? Diesel 10: I'm gonna destroy her, and dominate you, and then... you'll be nothing but useless scrap! James: GRRR!! Diesel 10: Right, Pinchy? [Evil Laughs and leaves] James: Big bully! STINKER! Thomas: We're really useful engines! You won't dominate us, and you won't destroy her! We won't let you, neither will Mr.
Conductor! I off to fetch him now! James: What lost engine? - Diesel 10 intimidates Thomas and James, Thomas and the Magic Railroad. "Puffball! Teapot!" (falls off the viaduct) "Tin kettle!" (lands in a barge at the bottom) - Diesel 10 falling off the viaduct, Thomas and the Magic Railroad "Alright, I will help!" - Diesel 10 when he listens to Thomas about the airport, Calling All Engines! "You'll be laughing on the other side of your boilers soon, silly steamies.
" - Diesel 10, Misty Island Rescue, foreshadowing his return in Day of the Diesels Merchandise References * RWS only | ** T&F only | --- Dropped