No changes to the powertrain.
PT Honda Prospect Motor, Honda's Indonesian subsidiary, launched the 2016 Honda Mobilio with massive changes to the interior earlier this week. The video and image gallery below highlight the Mobilio's new dashboard design borrowed from the soon-to-launch Honda BR-V.
The BR-V-derived dashboard is offered in a dual-tone color on the Honda Mobilio and in an all-black shade on the Honda Mobilio RS. Though the three-spoke multifunction steering wheel is retained, other parts and components are new.
The new Honda Mobilio gets a conventional instrument cluster with white-on-black fonts and a Blue outline (Red outlines in case of the RS model), a new center console with a touchscreen entertainment system, inclusion of automatic climate control, a new storage space and redesigned plastics over the glovebox.
Changes on the outside are minor in comparison. The new Mobilio is equipped with new wing mirrors with integrated turn signals, a new alloy wheel design and silver roof rails (exclusively offered on the RS grade).
There are no changes to the powertrain of the new Honda Mobilio. It continues to be offered in Indonesia with the 1.5-liter petrol engine outputting 118 PS and 145 Nm of torque. It is paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox or a CVT.