4.73 Lakh - 6.82 Lakh
(Ex-Showroom, New Delhi)
12.7 - 15.6 kmpl
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Honda Brio is a Hatchback by Honda with a price range of Rs 4.73 Lakh - 6.82 Lakh in India. Honda Brio is available in Petrol fuel type and comes in 4 different variants. It comes with Manual, Automatic transmission with mileage of 12.7 - 15.6 kmpl and available in 5 colours.
Honda Brio is a very modern-looking car and appeals to the 21st century buyer in more than one ways. The price, value, space and comfort are good. The Honda Brio is the second hatchback from Honda after Jazz. Being a compact car with a light steering and an added option of an automatic gearbox makes Brio a very attractive proposition for a hassle-free city commuter. The punchy yet fuel-efficient 1.2-litre i-vtec petrol engine pulls the Brio to three digits in a matter of seconds and can effortlessly cruise at such speeds all day. This has been done to increase fuel efficiency with the ARAI claiming a fuel consumption figure of 18.4 kmpl. Honda Brio is accessible in 5 different colours - Alabaster Silver, Orchid White Pearl, Rallye Red, Taffeta White and Urban Titanium.
The length of Honda Brio is under 4 meters and measures 3.6 meters. The Brio has a strong crease running along the body, which continues under the headlamps, giving it much style. The huge Honda logo finds its home proudly on the chrome grille. The rear of Honda Brio is where the feminine appeal changes to a masculine sharpness. The tail gate is made entirely of glass and the two tail lamps on either side of it look super. The aerodynamic spoiler provides a modern touch while the 14-inch alloys for the top-end version add feel to the car. All these make Honda Brio a rather funky and modern hatch as compared to its rivals. The Brio gets some classy shoes with 14-inch alloys wrapped in 175/65/R14 MRF tyres for the top-end VX model. Honda Brio looks small because of the design of the car. In fact, it is wider at the front and has more space than its competitors.
Honda has utilized the interior space in a way that maximum space is provided to the occupants while the boot has been relatively ignored, which isn't big enough to store anything more than your groceries and vegetables. The car feels airy and fresh because of the large glass areas and the light beige plastics inside. The Honda Brio gets features such as power windows, steering-mounted audio controls, Bluetooth and aux-in connectivity, defogger, electric mirrors, cup holders, etc. The car also gets projector halogen headlamps and push button keyless start. The plastic quality of interiors might not be what you expect of a Honda. There are some flimsy plastics, which scratch and come off quite easily.
The Honda Brio gets 1.2-litre i-vtec petrol engine, slightly detuned for better fuel efficiency. Like all i-vtecs, it's a gem of a unit. The engine develops 88 PS of power at 6000 rpm and torque of 109 Nm at 4600 rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed manual or a five-speed automatic. Be it in traffic or on the highway, the automatic gearbox seems well matched to the 1.2-litre engine, though its automatic gearbox take time to shift down when you press the throttle fully. Its fuel-sipping nature, coupled with its peaky power delivery post 6000rpm, makes it not only fuel efficient but also a delight for enthusiasts.
Safety and Security
The braking performance of the Brio is decent and on same level with its rivals. The top version comes with ABS, further helping in the braking performance. The 175mm wide tyres are provided for a decent braking performance. The front wheels have got ventilated disc brakes while the rear ones have drum brakes. The car has passive safety tech such as ABS (Anti-lock Braking System). The ABS system helps in case of sudden braking situations, and prevents the car from skidding and going out of control.
Comfort and Convenience
Being a light car with 88PS power, the car zooms ahead effortlessly, leaving behind most hatches in its wake. Although there is enough room space to seat five adults in the car, where the car lacks in is the boot space which is a big disappointment. Honda Brio does a nice job zipping about from point A to point B or just ambling about in the city with quiet restraint.
Key Features & Specifications
|Airbags||Front Dual SRS Airbags|
|Power||87 bhp@6000 rpm|
|Torque||109 Nm@4500 rpm|
|No. of Gears||5|
|Ground Clearance||165 mm|
|Turning Radius||4.5 meters|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||35 litres|
|Tyres Size||175/65 R14|