Indonesia – Honda Mobilio showcased at Yogyakarta

Posted on Nov 25 2013 - 10:57pm IST
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PT Honda Prospect Motor (HPM) are in the process of showcasing the Mobilio across Indonesia. Most recently, the MPV was shown in the city of Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia.

Honda Mobilio front three quarters at the Twin Ring Motegi

Unveiled in September this year at the Indonesia International Motor Show (IIMS), the Mobilio will enter production in HPM’s new plant in West Java early next year. Bookings for the MPV have already started, and HPM have received more than 5,000 pre-orders. The first deliveries are set to take place from February.

Honda Mobilio profile at the Twin Ring Motegi

The Mobilio is expected to launch in India next year. Honda Cars India will showcase it at the Auto Expo in February, alongside new models such as the 2014 Jazz. For India, the Mobilio will be powered by the City’s 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine and the 1.5-liter EarthDreams diesel engine.

Honda Mobilio front-end at the Twin Ring Motegi

Since Indonesia is a petrol-majority market, HPM will retail only the petrol-powered Mobilio with a 5-speed manual and a CVT gearbox. Prices in Indonesia range from 150-180 million Rupiah (INR 8.41 to 10.09 lakhs).

Honda Mobilio rear at the Twin Ring Motegi

Earlier this month, HPM also unveiled the Mobilio Prestige in Jakarta. This top-end variant gets features such as a 2-DIN touchscreen music system, rear-view camera, a new alloy wheel design, and chrome enhancements for the foglight enclosure, running boards and rear registration plate enclosure. The Prestige is priced at 190 million Rupiah (INR 10.43 lakhs).

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  1. Hameed KP July 27, 2014 at - Reply

    Very good mobilio

  2. vinod November 26, 2013 at - Reply

    DEFINITELY THIS LOOKS DISPROPORTIONATE IN EVERY ANGLE.AND IT IS SHORTER THAN THE ERTIGA AND ENJOY

  3. doctor November 26, 2013 at - Reply

    middle door is disproportionately long. Apart from diesel weak lower end, ertiga is difficult to beat.

  4. Dhananjayan November 25, 2013 at - Reply

    Clearly Ugly!

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