First visuals and variant-wise equipment list of the Honda Brio MPV leak

Posted on: Sep 6, 2013 - 2:49pm IST

AutonetMagz.com have leaked a few blurry images and the on-board features of the Honda Brio MPV. The world premiere of the Ertiga rival is scheduled at the IIMS 2013 which begins on the 19th of September in Jakarta.

Honda Brio MPV variants
The Brio MPV will be launched by Honda Prospect Motor at IIMS this month. Bookings have already open, with deliveries set to start early next year.

The presentation slides reveal that the Brio MPV launches in three trim levels – S,E and E CVT.

All variants receive adjustable steering, tumble seats for the 2nd and 3rd row, dual airbags and an engine immobilizer. The E and E (CVT) come with double blower air conditioning, and the automatic transmission variant is the safest with ABS brakes.

Honda Brio MPV variant classes with equipment

  • The ‘S’ variant comes with body colored door mirrors, 15-inch rims, rear wiper and washer, single DIN audio system with two speakers, tilt steering, power windows, powered mirrors and dual front airbags.
  • The ‘E (MT)’ variant has 15-inch alloy wheels, foglamps, indicators on door mirrors, parking sensors, 2-DIN audio system with two speakers and iPod connectivity, sliding second row seats, keyless entry and dual AC.
  • The ‘E (CVT) variant has all the features of the E (MT) plus bumper garnish, ABS and a CVT gearbox. The interiors are loaded with the E’s features along with chrome aircon vents.
Honda Brio MPV
The Brio MPV was developed in Indonesia and has also enrolled for the ASEAN NCAP crash test. It gets a 1.5L petrol engine in Indonesia, and when it comes to India next year, it will also list the 1.5L diesel.

The name of the Brio MPV has not been revealed in this dealer training material.

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3 thoughts on “First visuals and variant-wise equipment list of the Honda Brio MPV leak

  1. Ashish says:

    Hi Shrawan,

    Any idean, when will it available in India? Would love to own one.

    Regards,
    Ashish

    Reply
    1. This will come to India next year, we have that detail covered in the story too.

      Reply
  2. amar deep says:

    hi Shrawan,

    brilliant breaking coverage!

    Reply

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