A car for upper middle class families
Pros : Powerful engine, great handling and riding experience, easy to take sharp turns, powerful a/c chills the car in 4 minutes, Jazzy looks and stylish interiors
Cons : Price is too high, rear legroom space is too small and overall it’s a less spacious vehicle and diesel variant is not available
Last Monday, I was at nearby Honda showroom evaluating one of the options in my list of favourites. Honda Brio, recently launched Honda looked much interesting to me at the very first glance. Owing a Honda car was always been my dream and now they have come up with a car easy on pocket of the middle class families. I took a test drive to explore it more and here’s a brief summary of my findings.
Exteriors of the car looks like a beautiful portrait made taking into consideration the basic aspects of Jazz and i-10. Glass work on the rear side adds to the elegancy of the vehicle. Tyres are broad and their grip over the road is amazing, I drove it at 110 on NH12 and it was a marvellous experience. Engine is powerful and car gallops on a slight press of acceleration. A Honda car depicts a beautiful combination of power, prestige, comfort and class. Fuel efficiency is best in segment close to 17 km/ltr.
Taking about interiors, they are less spacious in comparison to the available Honda cars and rear side looks like made just to accommodate two thin people with average height. A/c is wonderful and you will not feel powerless even if it is running on full swing. Boot space is very less. Diesel variant in this class of vehicles can do marvels.
Overall it’s a nice agile vehicle for small middle class families with the class of Honda.