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Wednesday, July 02, 2014

By Jitendra Singh

Honda Mobilio to launch on July 23, 2014

Honda Mobilio is one of the highly awaited MPV in Indian car market since its showcase during Indian Auto Expo 2014. The main reason behind this craze is that during last couple of years Indian car market has witnessed huge growth in MPV segment and is mainly dominated by Ertiga from country’s leading car manufacturing company Maruti Suzuki India Limited, Enjoy from Chevrolet, Innova from Toyota, Xylo from Mahindra and upcoming GO+ MPV from Datsun. It is now reported that finally the Honda Cars India Limited the Indian alliance of Japanese car maker Honda Motors is going to launch Mobilio in Indian car market on July 23, 2014.
Honda Mobilio Front View Picture
It would be interested to know that after successful launch of compact sedan Honda Amaze and new Honda City sedan, the expectations of prospective buyers of Mobilio are high from Japanese car maker. To make MPV a huge success in Indian car market,  company is also not leaving any opportunity to promote the MPV  and is adopting dynamic marketing strategy to promote the MPV. Earlier it started displaying the vehicle at shopping malls in different cities and recently it engaged the services of renowned comedian of today’s generation Kapil Sharma to promote the MPV on television.

The Honda Mobilio will be launched in both petrol and diesel variants with petrol variant equipped with 1.5 litre i-VTEC petrol engine coated with 5 speed manual transmission or automatic transmission. The diesel variant will be energized with 1.5 litre diesel i-DTEC engine which will be mated with five speed manual transmission system.  Apart from being blessed with various luxurious and comfort features the MPV would be blessed with reverse parking camera, touchscreen infotainment system supporting connectivity with Bluetooth, AUX and USB, alloy wheels.  
Read here to know more about the expected features offered in Honda Mobilio.

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