The Honda Brio has always been a fun little hatchback, featuring usual Honda traits including a responsive petrol engine and a cleverly packaged cabin. Now, a comprehensive refresh is in order with the new Brio hitting the showrooms. Here’s what’s new and what isn’t.
A new face for the Brio that was launched in India in September 2011. This model has undergone subtle changes across exteriors and interiors, which are in line with the update given to its Indonesian model. The 2016 Brio's fascia is now enriched with a bigger grille that gets a black accent and a thick chrome strip.
The 2016 Brio is expensive by about Rs 25,000 than the old model that it replaces. With this latest iteration, the carmaker has discontinued the earlier mid EX variant and renamed the top-of-the-line V trim as the VX version. Let's get into the intricate details of what all features each variant offers.
Five years after Honda launched its Brio hatchback, the Japanese car maker has brought in an updated version of the hatchback. Even though it is a facelift only, Honda has made quite a few changes to get its B-segment hatchback back into the competition dominated by stalwarts like the Maruti Swift and the Hyundai Grand i10. So here are the top four changes in the Brio that makes the small hatch more appealing.
Honda Cars India Limited managed to sell 15,439 units in the month of September up from 14,605 units it managed to sell in last month, August 2016. While the sales are down as compared to September 2015, Honda City sales have shown a surge.