Philippines Live – Honda Brio and Amaze Modulo

Posted on: Sep 20, 2014 - 8:27am IST

Some accessories available in India without the Modulo name.

The Modulo variant of the Honda Brio and Brio Amaze (simply ‘Amaze’ in India) have made their local debuts at the Philippines International Motor Show 2014 (CAMPI 2014).

Honda Brio Modulo

Honda Brio front Modulo at the CAMPI 2014
The Brio Modulo gets sporty skirts.

The Honda Brio Modulo gains sportier elements like body skirts all around, rear diffuser and roof-mounted spoiler. The show car featured steel wheels with hubcaps instead of alloy wheels, perhaps to offer the customer an option of purchasing an aftermarket set.

Honda Brio Modulo interior at the CAMPI 2014

The full black interior remains untouched and the seat fabric features a dual-tone finish.

Honda Brio Modulo rear right three quarter at the CAMPI 2014

  • Length – 3,610 mm
  • Width – 1,680 mm
  • Height – 1,485 mm
  • Wheelbase – 2,345 mm
  • Competitors: Hyundai i10, Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Price: Php 5.99 million (around INR 8.17 lakhs) to Php 7.19 million (around INR 9.81 lakhs)

Honda Brio Amaze Modulo

Honda Brio Amaze Modulo front three quarter at the CAMPI 2014

The Honda Brio Amaze Modulo is similar to its hatchback sibling in terms of accessories except that it has a boot-mounted rear spoiler. The accessorized compact sedan too lacks alloy wheels and the interior remains same as the regular variant.

Honda Brio Amaze Modulo rear right three quarter at the CAMPI 2014

Mechanically, the duo stay intact which means the Filipinos get a 1.3-litre four-cylinder petrol engine mated either to a 5-speed manual or an automatic gearbox. The motor is capable of 100 PS and 127 Nm of torque.

Honda Brio Amaze Modulo side at the CAMPI 2014

  • Length – 3,990 mm
  • Width – 1,680 mm
  • Height – 1,485 mm
  • Wheelbase – 2,405 mm
  • Price: Php 6.29 million (around INR 8.58 lakhs) to Php 7.69 million (around INR 10.49 lakhs)
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