Honda Brio hatch, a perfect small car
Pros : Edgy looks and low price
Cons : Lack of CD player and rear power windows
On the occasion of my daughter’s 18th birthday I was looking for a sleek and delicate car to gift her. She has recently started going to college and hence needed a car of her own to commute. Honda cars are known for its class apart looks and mighty performance. I zeroed in on Honda Brio E MT variant, the 1.2 litre, SOHC i-VTEC petrol engine engenders sturdy power and torque.
This is the first entry level car from Honda and I was looking for a hatchback that would suit my requirement, since she only has to use it to commute to his college, therefore petrol powered car was suitable for us. Mileage is also decent, the car runs 14.4 kmpl on city roads, and however we did not get the chance to drive to on highway yet so cannot comment on the highway mileage. Hatchback has power steering, front power windows and central locking which is suitable for a college student but lack of CD player is one thing which I would recommend Honda to think about. On an average good car to ride and looks good too.