This revised Honda Brio boasts of a new grille, larger air intakes and new bumpers. The rear gets a new chrome bezel. The much needed improvement is in the cabin with a new dashboard, similar to the one in the new Amaze and upcoming BR-V. The circular air vents are changed to rectangular ones and the car gets automatic climate control. The infotainment system is new, but the multi-function steering wheel has been carried over from its predecessor.
For the Indonesian market, the facelifted Brio gets the same 1.2 litre four-cylinder i-VTEC petrol mill. However, the power output is tweaked to 90bhp and 110Nm of torque. Transmission options include a new Earth Dreams Technology CVT or a five-speed manual gearbox.
The Brio is Honda’s entry-level model in India and is due for a facelift. Though the carmaker didn't bring this refreshed car to the 2016 Auto Expo, It will launch the car. Its introduction might take a while as Honda is preparing to launch the BR-V soon, which will be followed by the Accord later this year.
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