I am in love with the look and Style that Honda is offering in all new Mobilio. Honda Mobolio is high on comfort with a very good pickup of the engine.
Mileage is the factor which have gived this car an advantage over others in this segment
Honda Cars India Limited (HCIL), the Indian subsidiary of the Japanese autogiant Honda, has finally stepped in the gold-digging MPV segment by introducing its stylish seven seater Mobilio MPV in the country. Earlier, the MPV was also the 'Showstopper' at the Honda stands at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo and was gracing the event. Based on the immensely versatile Brio platform and implementing the company's latest "Man Maximum, Machine Minimum" design philosophy, it sits in between the Maruti Ertiga and Toyota Innova in the MPV segment. Honda Mobilio boasts an array of most advanced, up-market and contemporary features inside the cabin. The company intends to manufacture it at its Greater Noida production unit and take the localisation upto 90% in order to make it cost-effective.
Honda has presented the Mobilio in both petrol and diesel guises with a total of 7 variants. In both the aforementioned fuel trims, there are 3 similar variants - E, S and V while the top of the range sport variant RS is only available with diesel guise and unlike the regular variants, its deliveries would commence by September. The company has used its twin 1.5L powertrains quite well with the MPV. Unfortunately, the Mobilio misses out on an automatic variant in both the guises. The interior cabin is not a never-seen-before stuff instead its been borrowed from the Amaze and Brio, but that doesn't make it any lesser premium or spacious. The company hasn't left any stone unturned to ensure sure shot success of this MPV.