About HONDA BRIO

Starting with the front facade, the Honda Brio has a wide windscreen that is equipped with a pair of wipers. The characteristic front radiator grille is captivating and treated with a lot of chrome. The headlight cluster is neatly designed and integrated with powerful halogen headlamps. The bumper includes a wide air dam that allow better air intake and cools the engine in a less time. It is further surrounded by fog lamps that helps in improving the visibility ahead. The rear end looks completely unique with its all glass back concept. It has radiant tail light cluster and includes a high mount stop lamp.

This car is blessed with an appealing interior section that has a single tone beige colour scheme. The headroom and leg space is quite sufficient inside, which offers additional comfort. The driver's seat comes with height adjustment facility and the rear seat can be foldable.

The Brio is equipped with a 1.2 litre petrol engine that displaces 1198 cc. It is integrated with 4 cylinder and 16 valves using single overhead camshaft based valve configuration. This petrol motor can churn out a maximum power of 86.8 bhp at 6000 rpm in combination with a peak torque output of 109 Nm at 4500 rpm.

Unlike the Hyundai Grand i10 and the Maruti Swift, the Honda Brio offers you a satisfying fuel economy in an affordable price range, along with affordable after sales service.

Petrol Variants of the Honda Brio are:

1. Honda Brio E MT

2. Honda Brio EX MT

3. Honda Brio S MT

4. Honda Brio Exclusive Edition

5. Honda Brio V MT

6. Honda Brio VX MT

7. Honda Brio VX AT

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
HONDA BRIO E MT
4.42 Lakhs Get on road price
HONDA BRIO EX MT
4.64 Lakhs Get on road price
HONDA BRIO S MT
5 Lakhs Get on road price
HONDA BRIO V MT
5.33 Lakhs Get on road price
HONDA BRIO VX MT
5.75 Lakhs Get on road price
HONDA BRIO VX AT
6.54 Lakhs Get on road price

Specifications

Fuel Type PETROL
Engine CC 1198
Power 88 BHP
Torque 11.2 @ 4,600 (kgm@rpm)
No Of Cylinders 4
Transmission MANUAL
Paddle Shift -
Kerb Weight -

Our Verdict

With the Brio, Honda sticks to its philosophy, 'Man maximum-machine minimum'. The top features of this car are its interior design, materials, exterior style and fuel consumption. The Brio is a perfect example of how a small car can look modern, sporty, practical and dynamic in spite of dimensional limitations. Subtle features like headlamp, fog lamp and head grille add to is feel good features. But though interiors are spacious, boot space is compromised. Though easy to zip in the city, engine gets noisy after a certain rpm. All in all, smooth, clean ride quality for daily commuters.