Cars in India | Autoportal.com
Select City

Honda Brio facelift to launch in October

Honda Brio facelift to launch in October

Snapshot: Honda is planning to launch the Brio facelift in the month of October.

- Comments    |    Write Comment

Honda is planning to launch the Brio facelift in the month of October. The car was spied as it has already reached the dealership in the country. The face-lifted version of the Brio will get various tweaks to the exterior front as well as interior too, a bit similarity can be seen on the Amaze facelift that was launched recently. The facelift of the hatchback is scheduled to launch on 4th October.

Speaking of the exterior changes, the Brio facelift will get a redesigned front fascia, with new bumper housing foglamps and a larger air dam, the front grille now gets a piano black finishing while you will see chrome lining on the lower edge, as seen on the new Jazz. While there are no such noticeable changes that has been made on the side profile and the rear end.

Inside, the new Brio gets some major changes to its interior such as a new all-black dashboard same as offered in the new Amaze, the centre console is vertically stacked with piano black finishing over it, silver inserts at the passenger side of the dash and AC vents. While you will also get features like a 2-DIN audio system with Bluetooth, Honda Connect mobile services, steering mounted audio controls and automatic climate control.

As the model will wear cosmetic updates, under the hood, the Honda Brio facelift will be powered by the same 1.2-litre i-VTEC four-cylinder petrol power unit that is good to develop 87 bhp of power with 109 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain is well matched with with a CVT automatic for more comfort in the city driving while the a 5-speed manual is also on offer.

The Japanese car manufacturer, Honda is ready to launch its much-awaited sedan, the Honda Accord Hybrid on 25th October, marking its come back in the Indian market.

Related car news

  • 2017 Honda Jazz spied for the first time 04-04-2017 Davender Soni 2017 Honda Jazz spied for the first time
  • Honda WR-V to get 1.5L Petrol Engine 30-03-2017 Davender Soni Honda WR-V to get 1.5L Petrol Engine
  • Honda's service intervals changes from 6 to 12 months 24-03-2017 Davender Soni Honda's service intervals changes from 6 to 12 months
  • Honda India to Export WRV to Brazil 22-03-2017 Davender Soni Honda India to Export WRV to Brazil
  • Honda Mobilio production discontinued due to poor sales 02-03-2017 Davender Soni Honda Mobilio production discontinued due to poor sales
  • Honda Civic to make a comeback in India 20-02-2017 Davender Soni Honda Civic to make a comeback in India


Helpline