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        The Honda Brio, a Hatchback from Honda, was launched in India in Oct, 2016.

        Honda Brio price starts from ₹ 4.82 Lakh in India. Brio is available in 4 colours - Alabaster Silver, Rallye Red, Modern Steel Metallic, White Orchid Pearl. Brio seating capacity is 5 People. Brio mileage is 16.5 - 18.5 km/l.

        Brio is available in 5 versions and 1 fuel options(s) - Petrol. Petrol models comes with 1198cc engine which generates peak power of 87 bhp @ 6000 rpm .

        Brio competes with Renault Kwid, Datsun GO and Hyundai Santro in India.

        Honda Brio Model List

        Brio Model Price Key Specs
        E MT ₹ 4.82 Lakh Petrol, 1198 cc, Manual
        S MT ₹ 5.32 Lakh Petrol, 1198 cc, Manual
        S (O)MT ₹ 5.44 Lakh Petrol, 1198 cc, Manual
        VX MT ₹ 6.06 Lakh Petrol, 1198 cc, Manual
        VX AT ₹ 6.90 Lakh Petrol, 1198 cc, Automatic

        Brio Price

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        ₹4.82 - 6.90 lakh

        Last Recorded Price

        Honda Brio has been discontinued in 2020. We are showing the last known price for Brio.

        Honda Brio Key Specifications

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        Price

        ₹ 4.82 - 6.90 Lakh
        Fuel Type icon

        Fuel Type

        Petrol
        Mileage icon

        Mileage

        16.5 - 18.5 km/l
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        Seating Capacity

        5 People
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        Warranty

        2 Years or 40000 km
        Engine Size icon

        Engine Size

        1198 cc
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        Transmission

        Manual, Automatic
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        Size

        3610 mm L X 1680 mm W X 1500 mm H
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        Fuel Tank

        35 litre
        Ground Clearance (mm) icon

        Ground Clearance (mm)

        165 mm

        Brio Expert Review

        Opening

         It is small but spacious, puny but peppy, compact but chic. That was the Honda Brio for you when it made its debut in 2011. Five years down the line, nothing had changed and it is a really long time for a car, especially amongst the hatchbacks, to be left untouched. Of course it aged faster with time. Also, with Honda being able to build limited numbers back then, subsequent new products meant that the previous ones had to play second fiddle.

         Nonetheless, Honda finally remembered they still had the Brio and decided to bring it back into contention. So, would a few nips and tucks and a new dashboard prepare the new Brio for a trial by fire? Let’s find out.

        Appearance Exterior

         Well, it is the same body shell that has been carried over and hence the Brio looks the same. Except for the fascia, though. The Brio gets a brand new bumper which it now shares with the new Amaze. The sculpted bumper with its three part air dam looks sporty and adds a touch of muscle. The BR-V-like thick horizontal slat radiator grille gets black treatment with a chrome lining.

         The profile, again, is exactly the same but now the Brio gets turn indicators on the retractable wing mirrors and a new alloy design (only for the top-spec car). The glass tailgate continues and now gets a big spoiler and reworked rear bumper. And yes, the tailgate glass is quite strong and does not shatter unless hit.

        Appearance Interior

         You will know why Honda calls this Brio all-new only when you step inside the cabin. The dashboard is all-new and comes from you know where - the Amaze. The all-black dash is busy with silver accents, carbon finish applique, piano black for the centre console and its angular design that focuses on the driver. It looks and feels nice. Even the plastics are better than before but the piano black does look a bit out of place. The handy three-spoke electric power steering has been retained and is tilt adjustable across the range. The Brio VX gets all four power windows and climate control system is standard and along with the max cool function. The infotainment system finally gets Bluetooth connectivity but still loses out on a touch-screen option.

        The seats are comfortable, have good ergonomics and the upholstery is not as boring. While the VX gets all black interiors as against the E and S trims which get beige, the new upholstery pattern makes the Brio cabin look premium. Honda claims the 1380mm shoulder room of the Brio is best-in-class, we shall be able to tell you better when we get our detailed road test out. But till then, three full-size adults are a squeeze in the back – a segment standard. The driver seat is height adjustable and the view from the driver seat is largely unhindered. The legroom though is enough for a six-footer to fit in the driver seat ensuring the one sitting behind will have his legs wedged between the seats in spite of the carved out seatbacks. The boot space of 175 litres is not the best in class and the high loading lip coupled with the tiny dimensions renders it almost unusable except for stowing hand baggage.

        Being a petrol, there is hardly any noise from the engine which means a quiet ride. At high revs though, the sweet engine notes are audible but the insulation also allows quite a bit of road noise to come in on rough roads. On the safety front, only the top-spec VX comes with dual front airbags and ABS with EBD.

        Performance Drive

         Honda continues to offer the Brio with the tried and tested 1.2-litre four cylinder i-Vtec petrol engine only which develops 87bhp of power and 109Nm of torque and revs freely to its red-line near 6500rpm. The engine has enough bottom end to suffice in city traffic but feels a tad flat over 4000rpm. The five-speed manual gearbox is smooth and feels positive especially with the short gear throws and a light clutch. The gear ratios are spread nicely and the Brio cruises effortlessly at 100 at less than 3000rpm. The Brio also gets a five-speed automatic gearbox for the VX trim.

         The Brio is set up on the softer side like all Honda cars and the ride is comfortable but on the jiggly side. It soaks up road bumps quite well, even at speeds but the soft setup does reflect in cornering dynamics where the body roll comes in. The anti-roll bar across the struts in the front does well to damp it down. In terms of dynamics, the steering, being an electric unit, has less feedback but is direct and precise making it easy to manoeuvre in tight traffic. It does weigh up a little at high speeds to provide firmness and stability. The disc brakes up front and the drums in the back work well and the braking has the right bite and progressive feel to it.

        Tech Specs

        Make Honda
        Model Brio
        Fuel Petrol
        Variant

        VX MT

        Engine Capacity 1.2-litre
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 87bhp @ 6000
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 109Nm @ 4500
        Gears  Five
        Length mm 3610
        Width mm 1680
        Height mm 1500
        Wheelbase mm 2345
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 35
        Tyre size 175/65/R14

        Features

        Features  
        New Bumpers Yes
        New Instrument console Yes
        Music sytem with Bluetooth Yes
        New black dashboard Yes
        Automatic climate control Yes
        New interior Yes

        Competition All Specs

         

        Specifications Honda
        Brio
        Maruti Suzuki 
        Swift
        Variant VX MT Zxi
        Fuel Petrol Petrol
        Engine Capacity 1.2-litre 1.2-litre
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 87bhp @ 6000 83 @ 6000
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 109Nm @ 4500 115 @ 4000
        Gears Five Five
        Length mm 3610 3850
        Width mm 1680 1695
        Height mm 1500 1530
        Wheelbase mm 2345 2430
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 35 42
        Tyre size 175/65/R14 185/65/R15

         

        Conclusion

         Overall, the Brio is a nice package. It retains its USPs like compact dimensions, peppy manners and now looks better as well, making it a good urban commuter. The brand new interior brings it up to date but the equipment is still not at par with the competition. No push-button start, no touch-screen and no parking sensors. On the price front, Honda has done well, keeping it at the lower end of the segment price band amongst Maruti Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 and Tata Bolt. So if you want a fun-to-drive peppy urban commuter and are not fussy about the feature list, the Honda Brio certainly makes a good case for itself.

        Honda Brio Price List

        Find a list of all 5 petrol versions of Honda Brio. This table includes on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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        Petrol, 1198 cc, Manual, 18.5 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 1198 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
        Mileage: 18.5 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 4.82 Lakh
        Key features : Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, 2 Airbags, Front Only Power Windows, Air Conditioner
        Petrol, 1198 cc, Manual, 18.5 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 1198 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
        Mileage: 18.5 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 5.32 Lakh
        Key features : Steering Mounted Controls, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, 2 Airbags
        Petrol, 1198 cc, Manual, 18.5 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 1198 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
        Mileage: 18.5 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 5.44 Lakh
        Key features : Steering Mounted Controls, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, 2 Airbags
        Petrol, 1198 cc, Manual, 18.5 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 1198 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
        Mileage: 18.5 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 6.06 Lakh
        Key features : Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display
        Petrol, 1198 cc, Automatic, 16.5 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 1198 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (In semi-automatic transmission cars, Gear shifting is handled by the car itself like an automatic car but gear shifting may not be as smooth as an automatic car)
        Mileage: 16.5 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 6.90 Lakh
        Key features : Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display

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        About Honda Brio

        Summary

        The Honda Brio is the only hatchback in the Honda scheme of things for India. The petite hatch gained popularity after its launch in 2011 for its peppy engine and decent driving dynamics and of course the Honda badge. Moving on, with Honda focussing on newer cars like the Amaze and the City, the Brio moved to the backburner. With the latest update in 2016, Honda has moved its focus back to the small cars.

        The Honda Brio competes against the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Swift and Ritz, the Hyundai Grand i10, the Ford Figo and the Tata Bolt amongst the hatchbacks. It still misses out on a diesel engine option, but with the market focus back on petrol cars, the Brio is expected to do well.

        Further to this, read Honda Brio Road Test details by our expert.

        Exterior

        The front fascia is new with the aggressive three-part bumper design from the Amaze. The thick horizontal slat on the grille is blacked out with a chrome underline. The headlamps though remain untouched. The side profile is exactly the same but comes with new alloys. There were speculations about safety owing to the large glass tailgate but the design has been continued with no reports of any related incidences. The rear bumper does get a nip and a tuck for a fresher look.

        Interior

        On the inside, the dashboard is entirely new and has been sourced from the Amaze. It gets the Honda City-like layout with rectangular vents and a centre console with the infotainment system and air conditioning controls. While the dashboard is black across the trims, the E and S trims get beige interiors while the top-spec VX gets black interior. It still misses out on a touch-screen option for the entertainment system but gets automatic climate control and height adjustable driver seat.

        In terms of safety, dual airbags with ABS and EBD is offered only on the VX trim while driver seatbelt reminder warning is offered on all trims.

        Engine and Gearbox

        The peppy 1.2-litre i-Vtec petrol engine continues to power the Honda Brio and develops 89bhp of power and 109Nm of torque. Mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, the engine claims 19.4kmpl ARAI efficiency. The five-speed automatic option is offered only on the top-spec VX trim. While we expected the Brio to get the CVT like the Amaze, the torque converter works quite well.

        Mileage

        The 1198 cc Petrol - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 16 kmpl in city and 18 kmpl on highways.

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        User Reviews for Brio

          4.1

          Overall

          4.2

          Exterior

          4.3

          Interior

          4.3

          Ride Qlty

        • 10/24/2018 12:38:32 | Nachiket Bidkar

          Whats Good

          Although it is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, the Brio looks quite nice to me, the design is quirky and different from other run of the mill hatches. Evidently there's no tailgate at the rear, there's just a glass hatch, now this dramatically increases rear visibility and hence makes this car very easy to park. I've owned this car from June 2015 - July 2018 and it was my daily driver since 2016 so I used it comprehensively for about 2 years before selling it. The interiors for one feel quite nice with the beige and black theme going on, the Center Console is basic and mainly consists of a head unit for the music system and A/C controls below that use dials which are easy to operate. The music system featured in the car is hooked up to 4 speakers which provide a lot of bass. Now coming to the performance, this car features the same 1.2 litre 4 Cylinder i-VTEC Petrol engine which is found on its elder sibling the Honda Jazz, this motor is good for 87 bhp and 109 nm of torque. The steering also provides good feedback, it's light at low speeds and weighs up well as the speeds increase and let's you know what's going on the road, the cornering stability is pretty good too, I had the chance of driving it through hilly areas once and I have to say I had a lot of fun while cornering in this car. Ride quality is pretty good too, drives around the city are comfortable and you mostly don't feel small bumps and potholes in the road. Getting in and out of the rear seat is pretty effortless too. Servicing also doesn't cost much about ₹ 4-5k per service, which I think is reasonable for a car made by Honda because they usually charge a premium over the competition.

          What Can Improve

          The Honda Brio definitely needs Dual Airbags and ABS as standard fitment to further strengthen it's case, fuel economy also needs major improvement as the car averages around only 12-13kmpl in the city and 16 kmpl on the highway (this also depends on your driving). There's no low end punch to this engine, it transforms at around 4 k rpm and then it really gets going and keeps pulling till the red line which is a pinch above 6 k rpm. The rear seat passengers also don't get much legroom although headroom is sufficient for someone of my height (5'10"), taller people might feel a bit claustrophobic. The boot space is okay for when you're out grocery shopping or for a weekend trip but it isn't enough for large or long items.

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 12 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 14 kmpl

          User ratings

          • 5

            Exterior

          • 4

            Interior

          • 4

            Ride Qlty

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        • 03/20/2015 15:04:07 | Abhishek Kumar Srivastava

          Whats Good

          Looks, interior space, honda engine

          What Can Improve

          Very bad exterior quality. The back glass door quality very poor. very low ground clearnace

          Not value for money

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 13 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 16 kmpl
          • Maintenance 4000 per month

          User ratings

          • 1

            Exterior

          • 3

            Interior

          • 1

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        • 11/06/2014 00:39:26 | Vaibhav Gandhi

          Whats Good

          Handling, butter smooth steering, Pick up, fuel efficiency, torque, Best in class Power to weight ratio

          What Can Improve

          suspension, boot space

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 14 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 19 kmpl
          • Maintenance 1000 per month

          User ratings

          • 4

            Exterior

          • 5

            Interior

          • 5

            Ride Qlty

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        • 10/29/2014 07:32:53 | Pritpal Sidhu

          Whats Good

          space in car

          What Can Improve

          back car wiper fog lemp milige

          no

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 14 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 17 kmpl
          • Maintenance 500 per month

          User ratings

          • 4

            Exterior

          • 5

            Interior

          • 5

            Ride Qlty

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        • 04/28/2014 17:56:48 | Rizwan Siddiqui

          Whats Good

          performance

          What Can Improve

          milege

          honda motor as hole good

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 18 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 23 kmpl
          • Maintenance 3000 per month

          User ratings

          • 5

            Exterior

          • 5

            Interior

          • 5

            Ride Qlty

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        • 02/18/2014 18:17:08 | Shalabh Kesar

          Whats Good

          Look, Space inside the car, legroom, effective AC, very light staring, music control, pick up, power.

          What Can Improve

          Boot space, rear wiper, fog light and Millage (though i am getting milage of 14 in city and 17 on highway but it may improve as initially 500 KM i got millage of 19. OVRM adjustment form inside.

          A very good city car though little bit costly as compared to other cars of this segment but ride quality exceeded on cost.

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 14 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 17 kmpl
          • Maintenance 500 per month

          User ratings

          • 4

            Exterior

          • 4

            Interior

          • 5

            Ride Qlty

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        Brio FAQs

        The on-road price of the Honda Brio in Delhi starts at ₹ 4.82 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (Brio VX AT) with petrol engine is priced at ₹ 6.90 Lakh.
        Honda Brio VX AT is the highest priced and boasts the most number of features. The Honda Brio S (O)MT is also loaded with all the required features. You can compare the feature list of Brio VX AT and Brio S (O)MT to find the best suited version for you.
        The ARAI reported mileage of Honda Brio is 18.5 kmpl.
        Honda Brio comes with a 1198 cc Petrol engine and the price starts at ₹ 4.82 Lakh in Delhi. Whereas Renault Kwid comes with a 799 cc Petrol engine and starts with a price tag of ₹ 4.62 Lakh in Delhi. You can compare Honda Brio and Renault Kwid and chose the right car for you.

        Quick Facts about Honda Brio

        Honda Brio, a Hatchback, is available from ₹ 4.82 - 6.90 Lakh in India. Honda offers the latest Brio in 5 versions in India. The base model E MT starts at ₹ 4.82 Lakh in Delhi and the top model VX AT priced at ₹ 6.90 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider Brio.

        Brio comes in 5 Petrol version (s).

        The Petrol version comes with 1198cc engine capacity and Manual,Automatic transmission mode(s). It generates 87 bhp @ 6000 rpm.

        Honda Brio comes in 4 colors which include Alabaster Silver, Rallye Red, Modern Steel Metallic, White Orchid Pearl.

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