Will Honda Launch BRIO Automatic in India?I am looking for Automatic Hatch and found Micra and Honda Brio good interms of mileage also because of CVT/iVTEC transmissions in these AT cars Can some one confirm?
I bet they do launch automatic/cvt version; or else i will hate them forever....
Anshul on Saturday, March 19, 2011 5:54:41 PM
Honda Launch BRIO Automatic in India in month of may 2011
Manoj on Tuesday, March 1, 2011 11:24:10 AM
This is in regards to your query posted on the website CarDekho.com, we would like to inform you that Honda Brio is speculated to be launched in October this year. As per the sources the car is expected to come in 4 speed automatic and 5 speed manual transmission. At present small segment cars available in automatic transmission are Hyundai i10 and Maruti A-star. Nissan Micra is not available in automatic transmission, it comes equipped with 5 speed manual transmission. For further assistance you can use the given link to view more about Honda Brio.
By Arun on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 4:08:05 PM
Well, Hyundai has been providing its 1.4 and 1.6 Ltr engine in its cars from a long time. Talking about the efficiency, the 1.4 ltr is more fuel efficient and 1.6 ltr engine will provide more power output. Rest, you may check the comparison by clicking here. Please select the model from the drop down list.
The mileage of any car simply depends upon the factors like condition of the car, environmental factor, driving ability etc. Hence it is pretty hard to analyse the actual mileage. However, the mileage that Maruti claims with Swift diesel variant is upto 20.9 kmpl in city whereas on highways it is capable to deliver 25.2 kmpl and petrol version of the car provides 15.6 kmpl in city and 20.4 kmpl on highways.
Honda hasn't revealed final specifications of BR-V but it is now official that The BR-V will be Honda's new 7 seater vehicle.
Comfort-wise,BR-V scores well. The slim front seats feel well cushioned and the middle-row seats with their adjustable backrests are quite nice too.
To increase the efficiency of Honda BR-V, Honda has incremented it's gear ratio range, and decremented the weight of frame and also reduced the friction,this all will result to greater fuel efficiency and hence up to 17kmpl to 18kmpl efficiency is expected from its petrol engine and 24kmpl to 25kmpl efficiency is expected from its diesel variant. A tough competitor Honda BR-v of Renault Duster and Hyundai Creta will hit the Indian roads soon.