Cutesy looks, peppy motor and decent ride and handling manners- the Honda Brio has a lot going for it. However, if you thought the Brio doesn’t look fresh anymore, Honda has launched the facelift model in India. The new model Honda Brio India launch took place on October-4, 2016. It has a starting price of Rs 4.69 lakhs. The new model Honda Brio is basically a mid-life facelift that aims to enhance the appeal of this entry-level Honda hatchback. The new model Honda Brio’s front-end comes from the recently launched Amaze facelift. Here are the details on the upcoming new 2016 Honda Brio facelift Also See – Honda Brio Old vs New | Honda WRV Jazz SUV New 2016 Honda Brio Price in India 2016 Honda Brio E Rs 4.69 lakh 2016 Honda Brio S Rs 5.20 lakh 2016 Honda Brio VX Rs 5.95 lakh 2016 Honda Brio VX AT Rs 6.82 lakh all prices ex-showroom Delhi The previous iteration of the Brio wasn’t exactly what we would call ‘Value for Money’. The new one is slightly more expensive now with prices starting at Rs. 4.69 lakh. The number of variants on offer has come down to just four. The top end VX automatic trim Internationally, Honda has also introduced a sportier variant called the Brio RS (similar to the Mobilio RS sold in India). However, India will not get this variant. Also See- Honda BR-V | BR-V vs Creta vs Duster | Upcoming New Honda Cars in India New 2016 Honda Brio Specifications Length x Width x Height 3640 x 1680 x 1500 mm Kerb Weight 930 kg Wheel Type and Size 14 inch alloys Boot Space 175 litres Engine Type/ Displacement 1.2 L i-VTEC Petrol Power 87 bhp Torque 109 Nm Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual/5-speed automatic Mileage 18.5 kpl/16.5 kpl (claimed) Also See – Next-Gen Honda Brio | New Honda Accord | New Honda Civic New 2016 Honda Brio Facelift Mileage Model ARIA Mileage Honda Brio
When you sit inside the Brio for the first time, you will be pleasantly surprised with the interior quality. For a <5 lakh rupee hatchback, the interiors feel really good & are well-screwed together. There is no hint of cost cutting, be it the plastics, fit, finish or the seat fabric. Obviously, there is no soft touch dashboard in here, yet the interiors feel better than most other cars from the segment. Whatever cost cutting is there, it is not that obvious. Inside the seat back pocket, you'll find soft textured material. The rear bottle-holder (between the front seats) has a small carpet on its base. GTO had driven the Toyota Liva a month back, and he commented that the interiors don't feel anywhere as built to a cost as the Liva's. I really liked the seat fabric; the cushioning was rather decent and you could easily pass it off in a C segment sedan.The Indian Brio gets a black & beige color combination, unlike the Thai version and its full beige effect. The color palette is similar to other Hondas sold in India. It's not perfect though; the chocolate brown color accents (a la Hyundai i10) on the center console & door armrests look completely out of place. Also, the Brio's body colour is prominently exposed on the front door pockets & the rear door panel! Honda say they did this intentionally as a design touch, but it doesn't work for me at all. For an entry level Honda, it has stylish door open levers (silver aluminium finish for the V variant, beige for the lower variants). The V variant gets beige carpeting, while the lower variants get black.The dashboard looks basic for the most part. It isn't very deep like in other cab forward designs. Strangely,
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