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Honda Mobilio Price List (By Variant)


Mobilio E i-VTEC

1497 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio S i-VTEC

1497 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio V i-VTEC

1497 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio V(O) i-VTEC

1497 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio E i-DTEC

1498 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio S i-DTEC

1498 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio V i-DTEC

1498 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio RS i-DTEC

1498 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio V(O) i-DTEC

1498 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Mobilio RS(O) i-DTEC

1498 cc | Manual | - kmpl

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About Honda Mobilio


The Mobilio, Honda’s first-ever MPV (Multi-purpose vehicle), is known for its strong performance and excellent driving dynamics. The MPV, launched in 2014, is the third product built on the Brio platform. The second product, based on the Brio, was the Amaze that became one of the best-selling Honda cars in India soon after the launch.

The front-fascia of the MPV looks identical to the Brio. However, the large chrome grille, black finishing on front bumper and headlights with new details distinguish both the cars. Interior design is very basic and simple. It shares few components with Brio, but still lacks several important features such as Bluetooth connectivity, auto-lock, parking sensors, climate control system etc. It offers ample legroom and headroom for the first and second row passengers, but the third row of seat is restricted.

The MPV is available in two engine options - a 1173bhp, 1.5-litre, i-VTEC petrol and a 98.6bhp, 1.5-litre, i-DTECH diesel. A 5-speed manual transmission is also on offer. It’s one of the most fuel efficient Honda cars in India. Both the engines deliver strong performance. It’s easy to drive; ride quality and handling are pretty impressive.

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


Designed on extended version of the Brio platform, the MPV share a great resemblance with its hatchback sibling. The large chrome grille, black finishing on front bumper and headlights with new details differentiate both the vehicles. It sports 15-inches wheels and black finishing around the third row window running towards the rear end. Wearing projector headlights with DRLs rear spoiler, new front grille, stylish wheels and different styling elements, the RS trim looks sportier than other variants.


Based on Honda’s “Man maximum, machine minimum” philosophy, the MPV is very well-packaged from inside, and offers ample cabin space. However, the design is very conventional. The dashboard is carried forward from the popular Honda car models - Amaze & Brio. However, the quality is improved. The dual tone (black and beige) finishing and side AC vents with chrome lining enhance its interior appeal. The MPV lacks several essential features such as auto-lock, climate control system, parking sensors, Bluetooth connectivity etc. The first two rows of seats, with ample leg and headroom, are comfortable for tall passengers, while the third row seat is little congested.

Engine & Transmission

The MPV is available in two engine options - a 1.5-litre, i-VTEC petrol and a 1.5-litre, i-DTEC diesel engines that power other Honda car models as well including the City. The petrol variants are powered with a 1497cc, 1.5-litre, i-VTECH engine, which is good for 117.3bhp and 145Nm. The diesel trims, on the other hand, derive power from a 1498cc, 1.5-litre, i-DTEC engine that develops a maximum power of 98.6bhp at 3600rpm with 200Nm of torque at 1750rpm. Both the powertrains are coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission.

Performance and Handling

Both the engines are quite punchy and perform smoothly. The high ground clearance, agile suspension and light steering aid to its ride quality and handling. Body roll is acceptable. The cabin insulation, however, could have been better.

Braking System

The front disc brakes and rear drum brakes are robust, and handle the extra weight of the MPV. For sudden braking situations, it gets ABS (Anti-lock braking system) with EBD (Electronic brake-force distribution) as standard feature.


The 1498 cc Diesel - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 22 kmpl in city and 24 kmpl on highways, while the Petrol variant offers a mileage of 15 kmpl on urban roads and 17 kmpl on freeways, respectively.

Safety Features

The MPV is equipped with driver seat belt reminder, engine immobilizer and high mount stop lamp LED. ABS (Anti-lock braking system) with EBD (Electronic brake-force distribution) comes as standard safety feature. While the front dual SRS airbags, front seat belt pre-tensioner with load limiter, auto door lock with speed and security alarm are available mid variants onwards.


The Honda Mobilio is a decent 7-seater with spacious interior, comfortable ride and efficient engines. But as they say everything comes at a price.


The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is the closest rival of the Honda Mobilio. The Mobilio is more spacious, sporty and powerful than the Etriga. Honda’s 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engine is known for its power and refinement level, while the 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engine is the most fuel efficient. It’s the pricing, interior plastic quality and ride quality where the Ertiga takes lead over the Honda’s MPV.


  • Plenty of legroom and headroom

  • Engine performance

  • Fuel efficiency

  • Impressive ride quality and neutral handling

  • Easy to drive

  • Honda’s after sales services


  • Low 3rd seat row is restricted, good for kids only.

  • Conventional interior design

  • NVH levels need an improvement

  • Lacks several practical features such as adjustable front neck restraints, thin sheet metal, full MID etc.


  • Variant Car of the Year - Car India Awards 2014

  • Highest Ranked Premium Compact Car - J.D. Power Asia Pacific 2014 India Initial Quality Study (IQS)


Honda Mobilio Expert Review

Aditya Chatterjee
by Aditya Chatterjee

Honda Mobilio: First Drive Shifting their focus to consumer centric cars, Honda forayed in a segment that was completely untapped by the company. After the success of Brio and Amaze, Honda will be entering the passenger MPV segment with the Mobilio. There aren’t many offerings in the compact MPV segment except for Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. With the Mobilio, Honda plans to slice out a bigger share by offering premium design and best in class mileage. Designed keeping the challenging needs of Indian consumers, the Mobilio looks all set to be the new leader. We explore it in our first impression report.  

The Mobilio is based on the same platform as the Brio and Amaze and thus it shares certain design cues. Honda officials claim that the design was targeted to the young and aspirational as well as the matured buyers, who value premium and want a balanced design. The design is similar to the hatch and sedan but the detailing done is impressive. The single slat chrome radiator grille gives the Mobilio a wide stance. Front bumpers are completely new and feature different fog lamp housings. After the Honda City, it is the Mobilio which gets the wide front face with a chunky single chrome grille. The side profile is very impressive with strong design lines. Wheelbase has gone up from that of A.... Read More


Mobilio User Reviews

Harish Pandit
12th March 2016, 01:37 IST
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Honda Mobilio Colours

Alabaster Silver
Brilliant Gold
Carnelian Red
Crystal Black Pearl
Majestic Blue
Taffeta White
Urban Titanium

Mobilio Specifications

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Alabaster Silver, Brilliant Gold, Carnelian Red , Crystal Black Pearl, Majestic Blue, Taffeta White, Urban Titanium
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Honda Mobilio News

Honda Mobilio might be pulled off Indian market
Honda Mobilio might be pulled off Indian market
CarTrade Editorial Team
by CarTrade Editorial Team
02nd March 2017 07:27   IST

The Honda Mobilio was launched in 2014 as a premium people mover ...

2017 Honda Mobilio facelift unveiled in Indonesia
2017 Honda Mobilio facelift unveiled in Indonesia
Omkar Thakur
by Omkar Thakur
12th January 2017 08:00   IST

When it comes to the Honda Mobilio MPV, the Indonesian market gets ...

Honda Mobilio base variant scores zero in Global NCAP
Honda Mobilio base variant scores zero in Global N....
Nikhil Puthran
by Nikhil Puthran
19th September 2016 05:10   IST

The Global NCAP has revealed the safer cars for India crash test ...

Honda might phase out the Mobilio soon
Ninad Ambre
by Ninad Ambre
16th March 2016 04:18   IST

Honda Car India Ltd. might end the production of the Mobilio soon ...

Refreshed Honda Mobilio due for launch in second half of this year
Nikhil Puthran
by Nikhil Puthran
04th March 2016 12:30   IST

Honda’s recently launched MPV in India Mobilio has failed to generate big ...

New Honda Mobilio launched in Indonesia
Omkar Thakur
by Omkar Thakur
19th January 2016 04:38   IST

Honda’s Indonesian subsidiary has launched the facelifted version of its Mobilio MPV. ...

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