Honda Brio The Latest Version Is A Strong Comeback
I have made up my mind not to buy Honda Brio until I came to know that the car has been thoroughly updated. That changed the whole decision. I have been driving my new Honda Brio for the past 6 months and I am really impressed by the vehicle. Honda Brio gets an amazing design and inner space that along with contemporary features makes it a perfect family car. Brio is built on the monocoque chassis, the same platform has been used in other Honda models including Mobilio, BR-V and Amaze. The front fa�ade gets the wide radiator grille with high-gloss black and chrome finish. Front bumper sports large air-intake with honeycomb mesh. At the rear car, the car features refreshed tail lamps and tailgate spoiler. Interiors too have been thoroughly worked upon in the facelift that makes it stand shoulder to shoulder to rivals. The all-new dual-toned interiors and updated dashboard look much better, the AC vents gets sleek rectangular ones with brushed aluminum inserts. The infotainment system has been taken from BR-V model that gets Bluetooth and telephone connectivity. It also gets climate control, steering mounted control, advanced 2DIN integrated audio system with AM/FM. For the safety, Honda Brio gets a bunch of features that includes dual front airbags, front seat belt pre-tensioner with load limiter, ABS and EBD, rear windshield defogger and driver seat belt reminder. Power is derived from a 1.2L petrol engine, which effectively balances both power and fuel economy. However, I found the boot space a little constricted, rest the car is striking in all aspects. So, if one needs something that stands out from regular hatches while offering peppy performance, one can choose Honda Brio without any second thought.
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