First Look Review – Honda Mobilio from an Ertiga customer’s perspective

Posted on: Feb 24, 2014 - 10:45am IST

Indonesian Indian Autos Blog reader, Iswahyudi Hanafiah (Yudi), a (Maruti) Suzuki Ertiga owner, has shared his first look at the Honda Mobilio that started retail in Indonesia a few weeks earlier. The Indonesian Mobilio is made at Honda’s second factory in the archipelago in West Java. Bookings for the light MPV began in September 2013.

Honda Mobilio front three quarters review

He shares his views and opinions in this story. Note that this is not a driving review.

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11 thoughts on “First Look Review – Honda Mobilio from an Ertiga customer’s perspective

  1. rao says:

    Honda service is still very bad. Maruti has numbers so spares can be available easily and honda spares are biggest headache. My advice for customers is not to buy any honda car. Car quality is very good but spare availability is most horrible it will get you nightmares. That is the reason honda crv 2005 can be bought for 150,000 rs

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  2. NikhilNavas says:

    change the front side for mobilie.
    Projection head lamps
    change the front side to a luk identification actualy in my opknion the one bar thick grill u had given to mobilio reduces the front beauty.
    Hope u make the changes in indian market

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  3. NikhilNavas says:

    Honda mobilio should give a good last row saet such a way that adults can also sit comfortably it is the main attractiveness in Innova.
    And also reduce the engine sound, lag, turningradius.
    Include good features at afforsable price.
    ur main opponent in thos class will be innova
    so dont compramise with anything

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  4. rahul awasthi says:

    Please Honda change interior before launch in India of mobilio its a very buzz in market don’t take chance for change interior in next version mobilio because India auto industries never success vehicle in upgraded model

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  5. godwin says:

    Honda pls work on d specs and interior of mobilio + on d last seats too. Pls give d specs of wats in honda city idtec. Pls reduce d engine sound with good sound instalation. Bcoz of sound in d diesel engine cancelld d booking of honda city idtec done with linkway honda.

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  6. Shreyas says:

    Hope Honda works on the interiors before launching this in India!

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  7. Hemant says:

    Call it boring or fussy or just plain crap….its a Honda!!
    It sells only because of its name ….. price it like the innova z it will still sell….because its a Honda!!

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  8. Dhananjayan says:

    The interiors are completely boring including the dashboard and door pads!
    The exterior design is fussy and looks like a fusion of the BMW X1 and Brio and I hate the side profile’s ugly looks!
    Even though space may be good, I doubt the safety in the case of rear impact regarding the thickness of the seats! The 3rd row looks wafer thin!

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