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About Honda

Honda From the young age itself, Soichiro Honda, the founder of Honda had so much of interest in motorcycles and automobiles. At the Art Shokai garage, he was working as a mechanic, where he turned the cars to participate in races. With the finance from acquaintance in the year 1937, Kato Shichiro Honda founded the “eastern sea precision machine company” (Tokai Seiki) which made 4 piston rings working at the garage. Tokai Seiki got the contracts to supply the rings for pistons to Toyota after some initial failures, but the contract lost due to its products poor qualities. Without being graduated, after attending the school of engineering, and to understand better about the about the processes of control for quality of Toyota, he visited many factories around Japan; by 1941 using automated process which could employ wartime unskilled laborers, Honda was successfully able to produce mass piston rings accepted by Toyota. At the starting of World War II, soon after the company getting 40% stake of Toyota, the ministry of industry and commerce, was given to Tokai Seiki and Soichiro Honda as the senior director of management, by getting denominated from company’s president. By assisting in the production automating of propellers for military aircrafts of other companies, Honda also aided the efforts of war. The cultivated personal relationship with the Toyota, Japanese Imperial Navy and the Nakajima Aircraft Company would be the post war period’s instrumentation. After war, on the month of October in the year 1946 the “Technical Research Institute” of Honda was founded with the working of 12 men in an area of 172 square feet shack, they built the 500 engines of Tohatsu surplus war radio with the engine specification being two stroke 50 cc and sold the improvised motorized bicycles. Honda started to build their own copy of Tohatsu engine, when the engines ran out and supplied them to their customers for attaching to their bicycles. With both engine and frame, the complete motorcycle of Honda came in the year 1949 with the Model D. By the end of 1964, Honda Motor Company in becoming largest manufacturer of motorcycles in world, it took short period of time for its transition. ... more about Honda

Quick overview about Honda Brio


The Honda Brio, launched in September 2011, marked Honda’s aim of capturing the market of small cars and brought in the much-needed sales figures. The launch of Brio, along with the Amaze (its sedan sibling), has turned around the fortunes for Honda with the car eating up into sales of small car leaders, like Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai


The Honda Brio is a cute city car probably slightly biased towards the fairer sex in its appeal, at least when viewed from the front. The car also looks small, thanks to the design of the car


The plastic quality of interiors might not be what you expect of a Honda. Clearly, the company has done some cost cutting and it shows

Engine & Transmission:

The Honda Brio gets the same 1.2-litre i-vtec petrol mil as the Honda Jazz, albeit slightly detuned for better fuel efficiency. Like all i-vtecs, it’s a gem of a unit


The ARAI-claimed fuel economy of the Honda Brio is 18.4 kmpl for the manual variant. This is mostly due to its engine, the 1.2-litre i-vtec gem, and Brio's lightweight construction (920 kg kerb weight)

Braking and Safety:

The braking performance of the Brio is decent and on par with its rivals. The top version comes with ABS, further helping in the braking performance

Performance and Handling:

The Brio is a great city car, thanks to its compact dimensions, a fuel-efficient engine and a light steering. It does a nice job zipping about from point A to point B or just ambling about in the city with quiet restraint

What do we think about:

The Honda Brio is a brilliant small car that excels in most departments while keeping up with the rest of the competition in others. It is a great value proposition, providing comfort, space, fuel economy and performance, all at a justified price, keeping in mind that it wears the big H badge


Chief competitors of the Honda Brio are Toyota Etios Liva, Ford Figo, Maruti Suzuki Swift, Tata Indica Vista and Hyundai Grand i10. The Nissan Micra scores less on sales numbers while the Volkswagen Polo is a more premium offering, thereby not being in direct competition with the Honda

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