Little wonder from Honda gets an update

Published: 12th May 2013 12:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th May 2013 02:12 PM   |  A+A-


After the launch of the Brio-based sedan version Amaze, Japanese auto giant Honda has introduced new variants of the Brio with more features looking at the feedback it received from the public. The company hopes that these features would make the Brio more desirable. Ammar Alvi has more.

The little wonder from Honda, Brio has already amazed a lot of people with its performance and features. Its success prompted the company to launch the sedan version of Brio called Amaze last month which has also got a very promising reception and now the company based on customer feedback has added more features to the Brio making it a very good option in the small car segment.

Jnaneswar Sen, senior vice president, marketing and sales, Honda Cars India Ltd, said, “Brio is a significant model for Honda in India as the car added more than 32,000 happy customers in the last fiscal year. It is our constant endeavour to study customers’ needs and aspirations and introduce features that enhance the overall ownership experience.”

The complete range of Brio comprises six variants, including EMT, EXMT, SMT, VMT, VXMT and VXAT and the new features will be available only in the SMT, VMT, VXMT and VXAT variants with the SMT priced at Rs 4.60 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Brio is powered by a 1.2-litre, i-VTEC mill producing 88PS @ 6000 rpm and torque of 109Nm @ 4500 rpm while boasting a fuel efficiency figure of 19.4 kmpl (company figure).

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