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July 4, 2017: Honda has discontinued the Mobilio in India. While an official word from Honda is still awaited, it has been taken down from Honda India's official website. Even in the recently released GST pricelist, Honda did not include the seven-seat MPV. When contacted dealers, they refused to take any bookings for it. Some might have old stock, which were manufactured in 2016.

Earlier Honda unveiled the facelifted version of its MPV - the Mobilio - in Indonesia. Changes remain strictly aesthetic; the mechanicals including engine and transmission options have been left untouched. The biggest update is the reworked face, which now looks like the Honda WR-V, and the not the Brio. Changes on the interior include adjustable headrests for the front occupants, automatic climate control and a new 6.8-inch touchscreen AVN. While there's no official word on the India launch, we expect it to happen before the end of 2017.

Honda Mobilio price list (Variants)

Variants Ex-Showroom Price    
RS i DTEC  (Discontinued)

1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.5 kmpl
Rs 11.76 Lakh
RS Option i DTEC  (Discontinued)

1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.5 kmpl
Rs 12.33 Lakh
New  (Discontinued)

1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.2 kmpl
Rs 10.49 Lakh
E i DTEC  (Discontinued)

1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.2 kmpl
Rs 8.67 Lakh
S i DTEC  (Discontinued)

1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.2 kmpl
Rs 9.43 Lakh
V i DTEC  (Discontinued)

1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.2 kmpl
Rs 10.62 Lakh
V Option i DTEC  (Discontinued)

1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.2 kmpl
Rs 11.2 Lakh
E i VTEC  (Discontinued)

1497 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.3 kmpl
Rs 7.18 Lakh
S i VTEC  (Discontinued)

1497 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.3 kmpl
Rs 8.27 Lakh
V i VTEC  (Discontinued)

1497 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.3 kmpl
Rs 9.57 Lakh
V Option i VTEC  (Discontinued)

1497 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.3 kmpl
Rs 10.13 Lakh

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    I can buy honda mobilio i-dtech diesel (s) variant, purchased on date 23-11-2016, till today I run my car 3600 km, now I am getting incredible or unbelievable mileage of 28kmpl om highway at average speed of around 90 - 100 kmph , whereas on city area car never down mileage less than 22 kmpl, whereas at 80 kmph speed car gives mileage of 29 - 30 kmpl , till today I have run many cars like maruti 800, hundai santro , tata indica vista vx no one car gives mileage above 20 kmpl when we drive car on... 1
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Honda Mobilio Mileage

Variant Transmission Mileage (ARAI) Mileage City
Diesel Manual  24.2 kmpl 18.3 kmpl
Petrol Manual  17.3 kmpl 13.8 kmpl

Honda Mobilio review

This company is one of the largest car makers in the country, which has recently introduced its first ever MPV model, Honda Mobilio for the country's automobile market. Currently, the company is selling this vehicle in four trim levels with both petrol and diesel engine options to the buyers to choose from. 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. Its frontage has an attractive radiator grille, which is fitted with three chrome plated slats. It is embedded with a prominent company logo in the center. Apart from these, it also has a neatly crafted headlight cluster, body colored bumpers, a large windscreen and many other such aspects. 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. On the other hand, this latest MPV is bestowed with a spacious internal cabin, which 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. It is equipped with numerous exciting comfort features like an AC unit with a heater, a 2-DIN audio system, height adjustable driver's seat and electrically adjustable outside mirrors. At the same time, its RS variant that is also bestowed with Audio Video Navigation system featuring 15.7cm touchscreen display, rear parking camera and woody interior panels. Apart from these, this vehicle is incorporated with a lot of safety aspects, which gives the passengers a stress free driving experience. The list of features includes 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. In terms of technical specifications, its petrol variants are fitted with a 1.5-litre, i-VTEC engine, which comes with a displacement capacity of 1497cc. is capable of producing 117.3bhp 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 of peak torque output. This motor can produce an impressive mileage of 24.2 Kmpl. Both these engines are paired with an advanced five speed manual transmission gearbox, which sends the engine power to its front wheels. This MPV is competing against the likes of Maruti Ertiga, Nissan Evalia, Mahindra Quanto, Chevrolet Enjoy and others in this segment. 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.

Honda Mobilio Exterior


The company has given this Honda Mobilio model series a triking body structure, which is equipped with a number of features for giving a captivating look. To start with its front profile, it comes fitted with a curvy headlight cluster, which is incorporated with powerful halogen headlamps and side turn indicators. On the other hand, the RS version is blessed with projector style halogen headlamps, which gives it an asserting look. It has a large radiator grille, which is fitted with three chrome plated slats. This grille is embedded with a prominent company logo in the center, which gives the frontage a distinct look. Just below this, it has a body colored bumper, which houses a large air intake section for cooling the powerful engine. The air dam of top end variant is flanked by a pair of round shaped fog lamps, which further adds to the visibility. There is a couple of visible character lines on the bonnet, which gives the frontage a decent look. Its large windscreen is is made up of green tinted glass, which is accompanied by a set of intermittent wipers. Coming to its side profile, it is designed with body colored door handles and outside rear view mirrors. The mirrors of high end variant is electrically adjustable and integrated with side turn indicator. Its neatly crafted wheel arches are fitted with a sturdy set of steel or alloy wheels, depending on the variants. These rims are further covered with high performance tubeless radial tyres, which gives a superior grip on any road conditions. Its B and C pillars have glossy black finish, which gives the side profile a decent appearance. Its rear profile has a large windscreen, which has black sash tape inside. The top end versions gets features like defogger, rear wiper with washer and a high mounted stop lamp. The taillight cluster is powered by high intensity brake and reverse lamps along with courtesy lights and side turn indicator. 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 appliqué.

Exterior Measurements:

The company has designed this multi purpose vehicle with an overall length of 4386mm along with a total width of 1683mm, which includes both external rear view mirrors. It has a decent height of 1603mm, which ensures ample head room for all occupants. The company has designed this MPV 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. Its steering wheel supports a minimum turning radius of 5.4 meters and 5.2 meters for diesel and petrol versions respectively.

Honda Mobilio Interior


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, a three spoke steering wheel 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 cabin is incorporated with well cushioned seats, which are covered with fabric upholstery. All the seats are integrated with head restraints for added comfort. 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 space. 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 and bottle holders, a large glove box unit, sun visors with passenger side vanity mirror, all four power windows with driver side auto down function, day and night inside rear view mirror.

Interior Comfort:

The car manufacturer has given this model series a lot of refined features that gives the occupants a plush feel while traveling. It has an efficient air conditioning unit comes, which comes with rear AC vents for cooling the entire cabin quickly. It is also equipped with dust and pollen filter, which keeps the cabin air purified. The advanced instrument panel is equipped with a lot of features like fuel consumption, a digital clock, an electronic tripmeter, digital tachometer, low fuel warning light, door ajar warning and driver seat belt warning notification. The tilt and telescopic adjustable steering wheel makes it easy to handle the vehicle even in heavy traffic conditions. The RS variant comes with an AVN system featuring a touchscreen along with Bluetooth connectivity and SVC (speed volume compensation) function. It is equipped with a quite a few features like MP3 player, FM/AM radio and has ports for i-Pod and USB devices. While other trims get an advanced 2-DIN music system, which supports CD player, radio with AM/FM tuner, USB/ i-Pod connectivity and six speakers for enhancing the ambiance of its cabin. The top end variant is equipped with a multifunctional steering wheel, which is integrated with audio and call control buttons. Apart from these, it also has foot rest, adjustable head restraints, sunglass holder in glove box, sun visors with vanity mirrors with light and many other such aspects.

Interior Measurements:

The company has given it a spacious internal cabin, which offers ample leg space along with enough head and shoulder space. It has a large boot compartment, which can be increased by folding its rear seat. It has a large fuel tank, which cam store about 42 litres or petrol and diesel in it. It is good enough for planning longer journeys.

Honda Mobilio Gear

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.

Both the petrol and diesel engines are mated with a five speed manual transmission gear box, which sends the engine power to its front wheels. It enables the petrol engine 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. On the other hand, the diesel motor allows the MPV to reach a top speed in the range of 160 to 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 both petrol and diesel 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 is integrated with four cylinders and sixteen valves using single overhead camshaft based valve configuration. It can produce a peak power of 117.3bhp 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 the same five speed manual gearbox, which helps it to produce a peak mileage of 24.3 Kmpl.

Honda Mobilio 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.

The petrol engine is equipped with an advanced electronic fuel injection system, which allows the MPV to deliver 14.3 Kmpl in the city traffic conditions, while producing a maximum of 17.8 Kmpl on the bigger roads, which is rather good for this class. On the other hand, the diesel motor is incorporated with common rail based fuel injection supply system. Under the standard road conditions, this engine has the ability to produce a minimum mileage of 20 Kmpl within the city limits and it goes up to 24.3 Kmpl on highways, which is rather remarkable.

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.

This petrol mill is capable of producing a maximum power of about 117.3bhp at 6600rpm in combination with a peak torque output of 145Nm at 4600rpm, 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 at 3600rpm in combination with a good torque output of 200Nm at just 1750rpm.

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 a reliable braking mechanism along with proficient suspension mechanism. The front wheels are fitted with a conventional set of disc brakes, while rear ones are fitted with a set of drum brakes. All the diesel variants along with the top end petrol trim gets anti lock braking system and electronic brake force distribution as standard. It prevents the vehicle from skidding and wheel locking in case of emergency brakes are applies. As far as the suspension is concerned, the front axle is paired with a 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). This tilt adjustable steering wheel makes it easy to handle even in peak traffic conditions.

Honda Mobilio Safety and Security

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, which keeps the vehicle as well passengers safe. It has It 3-point ELR seat belts for all passengers along with driver seat belt warning notification on instrument panel. For augmenting its braking mechanism, it is blessed with anti lock braking system with electronic brake force distribution (standard in all diesel variants). Apart from these, it also has child safety rear doors lock, central locking system, an advanced engine immobilizer for safeguarding the vehicle from theft 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. This multi purpose vehicle has a rigid body structure, which comes with crumple zones and side impact beams.

Honda Mobilio 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. The company has also given it a full size spare wheel, which is affixed in the boot compartment with all other tools required for changing a flat tyre. It is a standard feature across all the variants.


1. Ample interior space with good seating is a big plus point.

2. Fuel economy of diesel engine is rather impressive.

3. After sales service is quite good.

4. Performance of petrol engine is good with decent acceleration and pick up.

5. Safety features are at par with other competitors.


1. Price range is slightly higher.

2. Cost of maintenance and spares is high.

3. Interior plastic quality is average.

4. No rear AC vents in the base variant.

5. Lack of music system in the entry level variant is a big disadvantage.

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Honda Mobilio in news

Honda Mobilio Discontinued

While the carmaker ceased its production in March this year, the MPV has now been taken off the official website altogether Read Full News

Posted On | July 04, 2017

Honda Mobilio Production Stopped

Honda has applied brakes on the production of its Mobilio; will decide after a couple of months on the Mobilio's future in India. Read Full News

Posted On | March 03, 2017

2017 Honda Mobilio Facelift Unveiled; India-Bound?

Honda has given its MPV, the Mobilio, its first major facelift. The Japanese automaker officially launched the updated version of the seven-seater in Indonesia.  Read Full News

Posted On | January 17, 2017

Honda Might Discontinue the Mobilio MPV

Due to lack of sufficient demand, Honda might phaseout its Mobilio MPV. The car was first launched in July 2014 and currently competes with Maruti Ertiga and Renault Lodgy in the segment. Read Full News

Posted On | March 19, 2016

Honda Introduces Updated Mobilio with BRVs Interiors - Indonesia

Honda has introduced an updated Mobilio in Indonesia, where the MPV made its world premier nearly 2 years ago. The 2016 Mobilio comes with subtle changes to its exteriors, while the new dashboard has spruced up the cabin. The current Mobilio took much criticism over Brio derived dashboard and Honda literally replaced every bit of it! It is expected that Honda Car India will launch it sometime this year as the sales of Mobilio are declining. Read Full News

Posted On | May 12, 2016
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