Auto Expo Live – Honda Mobilio makes Indian debut [Images Updated]

Posted on: Feb 6, 2014 - 12:51pm IST

Honda showcased the Mobilio MPV at the Auto Expo today. Unveiled in Indonesia last September, the Mobilio is a three-row, seven-seat MPV based on the Brio’s platform.

Not only does the MPV share it’s front fascia with the Brio, but the dashboard and instruments inside are replicated from the Brio/Amaze as well.

Honda Mobilio at Auto Expo 2014 live shot

For India, Honda will launch the Mobilio this year (next fiscal year). The MPV will be available with a petrol and a diesel engine. While the petrol motor could be the Honda City’s 1.5-liter i-VTEC which puts out 119 PS and 145 Nm of torque, the diesel motor will be the 1.5-liter i-DTEC which produces 100 PS and 200 Nm of torque.

While the diesel will come with a manual transmission, the petrol could be offered in a CVT apart from a 5-speed manual gearbox. Top-end variants of the MPV will feature dual front airbags, ABS, alloy wheels, steering integrated controls, rear wash/wipe and defogger as standard.

Honda Mobilio at Auto Expo 2014 – Image Gallery

Honda Cars India Press Release

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5 thoughts on “Auto Expo Live – Honda Mobilio makes Indian debut [Images Updated]

  1. Dhananjayan says:

    Will surely priced higher than the Ertiga and given the poor interiors and fussy exteriors, only Honda loyalists and those who want only space will go for it.

  2. Shreyas says:

    Hope Honda would change the interiors and price is less the maruti ertiga, i am sure this will be a hit product form Honda.

  3. shatrughan says:

    Interiors are pathetic 🙁
    Space is good…
    Will be good for Taxi segment….

  4. Alok Arora says:

    Honda says it will launch mobilio in second quarter of 2014. Does that mean of annual year ie April – June or financial year ie July – September?? Anyone please clarify.

  5. Deepak Chablani says:

    Massive space, decent exteriors and poor interiors.

    They could have done away with the Brio like face and interiors. But I’m sure Honda would price it aggressively and make it a VFM proposition.


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