A small wonder from macho auto maker
Pros : Nice looks, good suspension, decent fuel economy and low turning radius
Cons : High price and rear will look different to the most of the Indians
I have been driving Maruti’s Alto for the last three years and thinking to move over to something exciting and was waiting for my chances then I heard of Honda’s Brio and gave a thought to wait for it. I have been a great lover of Honda vehicles from the very beginning and their City is my all time favorite. I like the quality they maintain across the globe and all of their variants carry the same exciting features and advances. Brio is their latest gift to the Indian market. An alluring hatchback fully equipped with all the latest advancements is all set to shake the small car market.
Brio looks exciting from the outside especially the front gives aggressive but elegant stylish look however rear looks slightly different and that’s what Honda believes in continuous series of changes and innovation in building techniques keeps them ahead of the curve. Sidelines look marvelous and give the astonishing look to the vehicle. I took test drive to explore the drivability of the vehicle and came out with the hilarious experience.
Engine is powerful and a slight accelerator touch makes it angry and is all set to take you hard on all sorts of terrains without a glitch. Suspensions, a real softy and believe me your stomach water will not move a bit while driving. Interiors look classy and reminded me of Jazz. Seats are very comfortable and ample legroom makes it very easy for 5 people to fit in comfortably. Honda has priced it pretty aggressively at 3.95 lacs and it would not be wrong to say that they have targeted the upper middle class group who relies on Maruti’s Swift or Hyundai I-10. A much better option at a much high price is what Brio really is.