Smart Honda Brio, Just love it!
Pros : Cute style, good space, power, mileage
Cons : Demister not available in the car and less rear boot space
Good day to you all, I am Narayan Shivkiran from Chennai and I am pleased to share my experience with Honda Brio S MT. I bought this car around 5 months back and so far I haven’t been in trouble with it. In my perception, Honda Brio is a good option to buy in the petrol segment. At a very nominal price tag, it offers you comforts of a luxury car with enough of leg-room and head-room. Moreover, it is well-heeled with fine quality of interiors supported by fabulous dash and console. I am pleased with driver’s seat visibility through this car. Added to this, the rear seat can adjust 3 passengers comfortably.
Furthermore, I would also appreciate the looks of this car. The newly designed headlamps, entirely fresh chrome front grille, curvy front hood, sloppy back, fresh tail lamps are some the major highlights of its exteriors. I own Brio in Rallye Red color and the car looks gorgeous in it. I am also impressed with the performance and power of the1.2 Liter SOHC i-VTEC petrol engine. Also, I am satisfied with the fuel efficiency of my little hatch which is around 18kmpl.
My Brio S MT variant is installed with features like Steering with music system controls, Day night seat belt reminder, Power Steering, Air-conditioner, Central locking, Keyless Entry, Power Windows etc. After praising my Brio S MT its time to throw light on its’ drawbacks, the entire series of Brio lacks Demister that hinders visibility in winter and rainy seasons. Also the rear boot space is lesser than the rivals. Otherwise, the vehicle is very good in all major aspects of driving and economical too.