A high end luxurious product for upper middle class families
Pros : Nice powerful engine, agile pickup, powerful a/c, bold stylish and elegant exteriors, good fuel economy, low turning radius, wonderful suspension and Honda’s world class engineering
Cons : Less spacious, simple looking interiors and high price
Finally Honda has made debut in the country’s hottest segment with the most stiff competition and it looks like they have anticipated the requirements well and come up with a complete package, attractive enough to draw a lot of attention. Honda Brio, a small car priced close to 4.25 lacs with all the features of Honda’s well known City, is a show stopper. Stylish curvy exteriors especially rear side gives her a much attractive sporty look.
Broad alloy wheeled tyres, beautiful grill with Honda’s badge and elegant use of colors depicts the significant class. Talking about interiors, in the front, car is spacious enough but on the rear side it looks cramped and can only accommodate 2 persons comfortably, legroom for rear is not enough for tall people and boot provides insufficient space for carrying belongings on a long tour.
It carries the engine with almost same power of Jazz and is very responsive and agile. Pickup is phenomenal and a/c is strong enough to chill up every corner even in the scorching heat of Rajasthan. I like the great combination of power that Honda vehicle holds that you will never feel deprived of power even when a/c is running on full swing. Maintenance cost is like nothing and the after sales service is best in class.
Brio provides a chance to middle class families to own a marvelous piece of Japanese engineering that depicts well the prestige, comfort, class and elegancy Honda cars are well known for and it’s a best vehicle for hassle free city driving.