IAB Report – Honda India releases new images of the Mobilio

Posted on: Jun 16, 2014 - 1:13pm IST

Two images of the Honda Mobilio have been released on Honda India’s website. The car seen in the images is a diesel variant with nudge guard strips on the front bumper. It is in the top-end trim marked with alloy wheels, body colored fitments, foglamps, reverse camera and rear wiper blade.

Honda Mobilio front white official image
The Mobilio will launch in India next month.

Honda have also added a 360-degree virtual view of the Mobilio’s interior in the website. Presumably of the top-end variant, the car borrows the Amaze’s dashboard, seats and interior trim.

Honda Mobilio white official image rear
The top-end model comes with reverse guide camera, rear wiper, foglamps and alloy wheels.

The Mobilio goes on sale next month with a petrol and diesel engine. The petrol engine would be the City’s 1.5-liter four-cylinder mill, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox or a CVT. The diesel engine is the 1.5-liter i-DTEC that should produce about 100 PS and 200 Nm of torque. This engine option will not accompanied by an automatic transmission.

Honda Mobilio India-spec interior screen capture
The dashboard is lifted from the Amaze, but with a different instrument cluster.

The Mobilio is a low-cost three-row MPV developed on the Brio platform for South East Asia. The people carrier was launched in Indonesia this year, and within three months of the introduction, achieved over 25,000 unit sales.

Honda Mobilio India-spec second and third row seat screen capture
The second (60:40 split) and third row seating (50:50 split) get adjustable headrests.

In India, the Mobilio’s positioning would be sandwiching the Ertiga and Innova.

Honda Mobilio – Image Gallery

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4 thoughts on “IAB Report – Honda India releases new images of the Mobilio

  1. SK says:

    If price 6-9 maximum then only will be sucessful else fail.

  2. Asif says:

    Very basic interiors… dissapointing from honda… they should made it a bit more upmarket…. ertiga’s interior looks thousand time better

  3. Mani says:

    I got to know the price from Honda showroom in bangalore as 12L – 14L…is it true? looks expensive…

  4. Murali says:

    Just one clarification. Is CVT confirmed with Mobilio. There has been mixed news so far with some portals claiming Honda may not launch CVT with Mobilio.I for one eagerly waiting for automatic MPV as Ertiga does not come with automatic transmission.


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