MFC Buying Guide - Honda Brio
The hatchback category of the Indian car market is brimming with huge favourites of the car lovers. This class of cars will always top the list of all vehicles that are ever sold in India. The Honda Brio, is one compact hatchback model from the house of Japanese auto maker Honda. This car is offered in two variants - the Manual Transmission and the Automatic Transmission. The former one belongs to the mid range segment and the latter is the high end model of the car. The automatic car comes coupled with a five speed automatic gearbox. A person who opts to buy a Brio can choose from either of the two transmission variants.
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The Honda Brio is driven by the 1.2 litre i-VTEC engine. This engine is capable of producing around 88PS power at 4500rpm and can generate a max torque of 109 Nm at 4500 rpm. The manual variant is perhaps the best in the manual model segment of hatchbacks. This engine is coupled with a 5 speed manual torque converter, being the first car where a torque convertor has been merged with a hatchback engine, and is known to offer super smooth driving experience. The Brio has got excellent transmission and is a sheer pleasure to drive in the highway as well. The engine offers a fuel efficiency of 16.5 kmpl, for the automatic model and 19kmpl for the manual variant.
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It is hard to imagine the level of comfort one can possibly derive from a car of the size of Brio. Although this car is one of the smallest hatchbacks on offer, it is capable of accommodating five adults comfortably. The car has really great design on the exterior which offers a striking stance to it. The rear part of the car is slightly wider than the front end, which gives the car a unique and pointed appearance.
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The Brio comes with a great build quality with a lot of space in the interior as well. But the boot space is somewhat less, which makes it a tough choice for going on longer trips. The glass of the tail gate does not come with any frame, which is the USP of this car and differentiates it from all other cars. The Honda Brio is incredibly light offering very smooth and easy controlling of the car. This makes the car a sheer pleasure to drive in traffic in the congested city roads.
Honda Brio on road price starts at 4.77 lakh in Delhi and goes up to 7.81 lakh.
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