Just want to own it ASAP!
Pros : beautiful looks, packed with advance features, commendable rear hatch, etc
Cons : rear defogger is not available, diesel version is not available
I first saw the Honda Brio model at Delhi international auto expo in year 2010, where it was displayed with the name of ‘Honda New Small Car’. The concept version of that time is now all ready to hit the Indian roads on 27th September. Thanks to god, I have already done with savings and all for the tension free purchasing of this model in India. It may sound childish, but I want to be the first one in my city who owns the Honda Brio, and will rush to book the car as soon as its bookings will be started by the company. However, I hope that its waiting period remain of a few days, otherwise it will be as horrible as the Maruti Swift’s long waiting period for its customers.
As many of you will be aware, Brio is carrying the same 1.2L engine used in Honda Jazz, making its most powerful in its segment. The peak power I have heard the company will be offering is about 88 bhp, means it will be giving all of its competitors a run for their money. Moreover, the claimed mileage of 20 km per liter, even further increases my excitement for the car.
The unique selling point according to me will be its exterior design that catches the eye of by passers and creates its own kind of fascinations among them. The design of rear hatch is commendable and I bet you won’t help being amazed by the futuristic rear profile of the car.
Recent saw a live review of the car in a videos, which clearly demonstrates the supremacy of this model over the other cars of this segment. The major rival of the car will be Maruti Swift, Toyota Etios and Ford Figo.