Honda Mobilio

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Highlights

September 20, 2014 : Honda Mobilio has attracted more than 20,000 bookings in a span of two months of its launch. The Japanese manufacturer already retailed more than 8890 units in July and August. While recenlty, Honda Mobilio adds two new trims to the existing variants of the MPV, a new top-of-the-line trim for both petrol and diesel – V(O) at a price of 9.46 lakh (petrol) and 10.45 lakh (diesel) and the diesel-only – RS(O) costs 11.55 lakh (All prices ex-showroom New Delhi). Adding to this, now Mobilio has a total of 10 variants, namely, E,S,V and new-top-end V(O) (both for diesel and petrol) while diesel apart from this adds another two RS and RS(O). These variants adds a larges 15.7cm touch screen infotainment system with built-in voice guided navigation and it also doubles up as reverse parking camera screen. Apart from this the new trims gets faux wood inserts on the dashboard and front door armrests. 

Overview

Honda Cars India Limited has recently introduced its first ever MPV model, Mobilio for the Indian automobile market. It has introduced the vehicle in three trim levels with both petrol and diesel engine options. At the same time, it also rolled out the RS variant that is available with a diesel engine option only. However, it has stated that the deliveries of this sportier version will begin from the coming month. Now, it has also introduced V Option and RS Option variants in its series with a few additional features. These aspects include Audio Video Navigation system featuring 15.7cm touchscreen display, rear parking camera and woody interior panels. The petrol variants are powered by a 1.5-litre, i-VTEC engine, which is capable of producing 118bhp in combination with peak torque of 145Nm. On the other hand, the diesel version is equipped with a fuel efficient 1.5-litre, i-DTEC motor that belts out a peak power of 98.6bhp, while generating 200Nm. This motor can produce an impressive mileage of 24.2 Kmpl. Both these engines are paired with an advanced five speed manual transmission gearbox. This latest MPV is bestowed with numerous exciting comfort features like an AC unit, a 2-DIN audio system, height adjustable driver's seat and electrically adjustable outside mirrors. This vehicle is also blessed with crucial safety aspects like airbags for front passengers, pedestrian injury mitigation technology and ACE (Advanced Compatibility Engineering). The car maker is offering the anti-lock braking system with electronic brake force distribution as standard for all the diesel variants. The car maker has used the body platform of their Amaze compact sedan for building this MPV, but it is much bigger in size and comes with a total length of 4386mm. The main highlight of its exteriors is its rear profile that is equipped with bold cosmetics, which makes it look stunning. However, the interiors look very simple with a dual tone color scheme, wherein the dashboard comes in black color. Now, with the inclusion of woody panels, the look of its interiors gets a premium appeal. The top end variant is blessed with a set of stylish 10-spoke styled alloy wheels, while the base and mid level trims are introduced with conventional steel wheels. Its interiors are equipped with several utility based aspects like a day and night inside rear view mirror, room lamp, sun visors, storage compartment and much more. This MPV will now lock horns with the likes of Maruti Ertiga, Nissan Evalia and Chevrolet Enjoy in the car market. On the other hand, it comes with a standard 2 years or 40,000 kilometers warranty (whichever is earlier). However, customers can extend the warranty period for another two years at an additional cost. The company claims that the vehicle's maintenance cost will be lowest in its segment, which makes it more competitive.

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Honda Mobilio Exterior
Exteriors

This newly introduced vehicle has an eye-catching body structure like other vehicles from the company's fleet. The automaker has designed this four-wheeler with the same body platform that is used for Honda Amaze. To start with its front profile, it comes fitted with a curvy headlight cluster, which is incorporated with powerful halogen headlamps and turn indicators. It surrounds a smiley shaped radiator grille that is fitted with a thick applique, which is treated with chrome and embossed with company's badge. The front bumper has an urbane structure with a sleek air dam and fog light consoles. On the other hand, the RS version is blessed with projector style halogen headlamps, which gives it an asserting look. At the same time, it gets a distinctly designed bumper with bigger air intake section and an integrated spoiler. The RS variant is also blessed with a set of stylish alloy wheels, which further emphasizes its exclusiveness. Coming to the side profile, its B and C pillars gets a glossy black finish, while the door handles and ORVM caps are in body color. Then the top end V trim comes with a set of 15-inch alloy wheels whereas the base mid level trims are blessed with conventional 15-inch steel wheels. Its rear profile has a large windscreen, which has black sash tape inside. The top end versions are expected to get features like defogger, rear wiper with washer and so on. The taillight cluster is powered by high intensity lamps and courtesy lights. The tailgate is quite large and has lot of chrome inserts in the form of company's logo and model lettering. At the same time, all the variants have LED high mount stop lamp as standard. The exclusive RS edition trim comes with a dual tone bumper that is affixed with a black colored strip along with a pair of reflectors and a thick chrome applique.

Exterior Measurements:

This yet to be launched MPV has an overall length of 4386mm along with a total width of 1683mm and height of 1603mm. The company has designed it with a large wheelbase of 2652mm, which creates ample space inside the cabin. On the other hand, it comes with a minimum ground clearance of 189mm, which is generous.

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Interiors

Ed's Take: The interiors of the Mobilio are similar to the Brio and the Amaze. However, what is better on the Mobilio is the space as the third row of seats are spacious and recline too. The second row too reclines and slides.

The top end variant of MPV gets a dual tone interior color scheme, while the base and mid range variants have single tone beige color scheme. At the same time, the newly launched V Option and RS Option trims gets a wooden finish on its dashboard and on door panels, which gives a classy look to the interiors. The dashboard is in black color and is further embossed with brushed silver inserts. It is equipped with advanced aspects like an instrument panel AC unit and a proficient audio system. While the Option variants also have an advanced AVN system featuring a 15.7cm touchscreen display that is integrated with in-car entertainment and navigation system. Its three spoke steering wheel has silver inserts along with a chrome plated company's badge. It is also mounted with audio control switches, which adds to the convenience. The driver's seat has electrically adjustable function while the second row has 60:40 split folding facility. At the same time, the third row seats have 50:50 split folding facility, which helps to increase the luggage storage space to about 521 litres. All the seats have integrated head restraints and are covered with premium beige fabric upholstery. There is a lot of leg space available in the second row owing to its specially designed seating arrangement . The V trim also gets a center armrest in the front and middle rows as well. The car maker has equipped this model with several utility based aspects like cup holders, a large glove box unit, bottle holders, sun visors and an inside rear view mirror.

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Honda Mobilio Color Options
Brilliant Gold Metallic
Alabaster Silver Metallic
Carnelian Red Pearl
Urban Titanium Metallic
Tafeta White
Majestic Blue Mattlic
Acceleration & Pick-Up

Ed's Take: The acceleration of the petrol and the diesel variants are good, and infact it is better on the petrol. But what we welcome is the retractability of this engine.

The petrol version is powered a 1497cc engine that is paired with a five speed manual gearbox. This mill enables the vehicle to reach a top speed of approximately 150 to 160 Kmph, which is quite good. On the other hand, it takes about 13 to 14 seconds to breach the 100 Kmph mark from a standstill. The diesel version comes equipped with a 1.5-litre, i-DTEC engine, which is powerful and fuel efficient as well. It is paired with 5-speed manual gearbox that enables the vehicle to reach a top speed of approximately 165 Kmph. On the other hand, this vehicle touches a 100 Kmph mark from a standstill in just a matter of 14 seconds.

Honda Mobilio Engine
Engine and Performance

Ed's Take: The performance of both the 1.5-litre petrol and diesels is good and there is no doubt it won’t struggle in city driving by any means.

This latest MPV comes with two engine options for the buyers to choose from. The petrol version is equipped with 1.5-litre petrol i-VTEC petrol engine that displaces 1497cc. It has 4-cylinders and 16-valves, but is based on single overhead camshaft valve configuration. It can produce a peak power of 118bhp at 6600rpm that results in a maximum torque output of 145Nm at 4600rpm . It is skillfully coupled with a five speed manual gearbox that sends the torque output to its front wheels. On the other hand, its diesel version comes equipped with a 1.5-litre i-DTEC engine that is based on a DOHC valve configuration. It is further incorporated with a common rail fuel injection system and a turbo-charging unit. This 1498cc engine has 4-cylinders and 16-valves, which enables the motor to produce 98.6bhp at 3600rpm, while yielding 200Nm at just 1750rpm. This diesel motor is paired with a five speed manual gearbox, which helps it to produce a peak mileage of 24.3 Kmpl.

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Mileage

Ed's Take: The Mobilio’s diesel engine is frugal as it returns an economy of just a shade under 25km/l as per ARAI testing.

This newly introduced MPV is available with both petrol and diesel engine options for the customers to choose from. The petrol variant is equipped with an advanced 1.5-litre, i-VTEC engine that is further incorporated with electronic fuel injection system. This engine runs on a SOHC valve configuration, which enables it to produce a minimum mileage 14.3 Kmpl in city traffic, while producing a maximum of 17.8 Kmpl on bigger roads. The diesel variant are blessed with a 1.5-litre, i-DTEC engine, which is incorporated with common rail fuel injection system. This engine has the ability to produce a minimum of 20 Kmpl under standard road conditions and it goes up to 24.3 Kmpl on highways, which is remarkable.

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Power of Honda Mobilio

Ed's Take: The power produced by the petrol and the diesel Mobilio is good enough and even the figures on paper are good.

As said above, the petrol version sports a 1.5-litre engine that displaces 1497cc. Despite of having 4-cylinders and 16-valves, it runs on the single overhead camshaft valve configuration that reduces the wastage of power and improves its performance. This petrol mill is capable of producing a maximum power of about 118bhp that results in developing a peak torque of 145Nm, which is quite good. The diesel version is equipped with a 4-cylinder, DOHC based i-DTEC engine that displaces 1498cc. It belts out a commanding power of 98.6bhp in combination with a good torque output of 200Nm.

Honda Mobilio Specifications
Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power AC Power Steering Central Locking
City Highway
E i-DTEC
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
18.3 24.2 98.63bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
S i-DTEC
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
18.3 24.2 98.63bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
V i-DTEC
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
18.3 24.2 98.63bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
V Option i-DTEC
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
18.3 24.2 98.63bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
RS i-DTEC
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
18.3 24.2 98.63bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
RS Option i-DTEC
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
18.3 24.2 98.63bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
E i-VTEC
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
13.8 17.3 118bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
S i-VTEC
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
13.8 17.3 118bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
V i-VTEC
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
13.8 17.3 118bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
V Option i-VTEC
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
13.8 17.3 118bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
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Stereo & Accessories

Ed's Take: The Mobilio gets an in-dash music system, steering mounted audio controls as a standard feature from the mid-variant. Leather seats are an optional feature.

The mid range and top end variants of this Honda Mobilio have been blessed with an advanced 2-DIN music system that features an MP3/CD player, Radio and supports connectivity for USB/AUX-In slots. Its base variant has front speakers and comes with a provision for installing music system. Customers can personalize this vehicle with several exciting aspects like mobile holders, leather seat upholstery, armrest, video player and many more other options. At the same time, its exteriors can be customized with roof rails, spoiler, side body moldings, door visors, mud guards, and several other add-ons.

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Braking & Handling

Ed's Take: The handling of the Mobilio is surprising good. It doesn’t feel shaky or jittery at high speeds. The braking too is good.

The car maker has bestowed this MPV with conventional front disc and rear drum braking mechanism. All the diesel variants along with the top end petrol trim gets anti lock braking system and electronic brake force distribution as standard. As far as the suspension is concerned, the front axle is paired with McPherson Strut system, while its rear axle is coupled with a torsion beam type of system, which keeps the vehicle stable and well balanced. On the other hand, this model is integrated with a highly responsive electric power assisted steering that supports a minimum turn radius of 5.2-meters (for petrol) and 5.4 meters (for diesel variant).

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Safety & Security

Ed's Take: The Mobilio comes with a few safety features which includes two airbags, ABS with EBD on the top of the line. All the diesel variants get ABS as a standard fitment.

In terms of safety, HCIL is offering this model series with several important protective aspects. It comes with a list of features like 3-point ELR seat belts, anti lock braking system with electronic brake force distribution (standard in all diesel variants), child safety lock, side impact protection, central locking system, advanced engine immobilizer and key less entry. In addition to these, the top end variants have dual front SRS airbags, dual horn, front fog lamps, driver's seat belt reminder, auto door lock with speed, and security alarm.

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Wheels

The company is offering the E and S variants with a set of conventional 15-inch steel wheels, while offering its top end variants with 10-spoke styled, 15-inch alloy wheels . These rims are further covered with a set of tubeless radial tyres of size 185/65 R15, which ultimately provides superior grip on roads.

Honda Mobilio Pros

 

1. Ample interior space is a big plus point.

2. Fuel economy of diesel engine is impressive.

3. After sales service is quite satisfying.

4. Performance of petrol engine is quite good.

5. Safety features are at par with other competitors.

 

Honda Mobilio Cons

 

1. Price range is slightly higher.

2. Cost of maintenance and spares is slightly high.

3. Interior plastic quality is average.

4. No rear AC vents in the base variant.

Honda Mobilio Price
Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata
E i-DTEC
(Diesel)
7,89,000 8,25,400 8,28,361 8,29,500 8,04,853 8,24,500 8,33,500   Get On Road Price  
S i-DTEC
(Diesel)
8,60,000 8,99,900 9,02,856 9,00,900 8,77,233 8,97,900 9,05,500   Get On Road Price  
V i-DTEC
(Diesel)
9,76,000 10,18,000 10,24,566 10,17,000 9,95,489 10,18,000 10,27,500   Get On Road Price  
V Option i-DTEC
(Diesel)
10,44,966 10,87,194 10,96,239 10,86,194 10,65,511 10,87,194 10,96,694   Get On Road Price  
RS i-DTEC
(Diesel)
10,86,000 11,31,500 11,39,980 11,39,000 11,07,628 11,30,500 11,44,900   Get On Road Price  
RS Option i-DTEC
(Diesel)
11,54,966 12,00,694 12,11,654 12,08,194 11,77,650 11,99,694 12,14,094   Get On Road Price  
E i-VTEC
(Petrol)
6,49,000 6,83,000 6,81,424 6,80,000 6,62,112 6,80,000 6,86,500   Get On Road Price  
S i-VTEC
(Petrol)
7,50,900 7,85,000 7,88,332 7,82,000 7,65,991 7,83,500 7,89,000   Get On Road Price  
V i-VTEC
(Petrol)
8,76,900 9,06,000 9,20,525 9,06,000 8,94,437 9,06,500 9,15,000   Get On Road Price  
V Option i-VTEC
(Petrol)
9,45,866 9,75,194 9,92,195 9,75,194 9,64,458 9,75,694 9,84,194   Get On Road Price  
Honda Mobilio prices were updated on September 11, 2014
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  • I want to purchase Honda Mobilio diesel for commercial use as taxi, is it possible to register it as taxi number as authorized dealer refuse to do so. | Reply
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  • Can I have the answers to the following? 1. Do all the petrol variants have air bags? 2. In the second variant S ivtec can the second row seats slide? | Reply
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