Honda Brio Facelift To Be Launched In Nepal By 2021

The Honda Brio has got tremendous response in the entry-level hatchback segment for its distinctive styling features and reliable performance. The new upcoming Honda Brio Facelift exteriors would be upgraded with stylish contours on the body panel, new headlights, body-colored ORVMs with electric adjust and rear spoilers. The interiors would feature seats with new fabric upholstery, a new scheme for interior trims and lots of utility features. The safety features of dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, seat belts with pre-tensioners and engine immobilizer will be added as standard.

The Honda Brio Facelift will have new body-colored front and rear bumpers, and a new sporty front grille with Hi-Gloss Black and chrome finish. The side body will feature body-colored outside rear view mirrors and door handles, stylish contours on the door panels, new alloy wheels, and new set of glossy paint options. At the rear, the LED tail lamps, LED high mount stop lamps and the chrome badging will leave a grand image on the onlookers.

The Honda Brio Facelift interiors will feature a driver seat with height adjuster, foldable rear seat backrest and premium fabric upholstery for the seats. The dashboard will have a new scheme with multi-information display instrument cluster displaying information including gear shift position and average fuel consumption. The comfort features of an air conditioner with heater, AC vents with silver finish and digital AC control with max cool function, and utility features of bottle and cup holders at the center console and door panels would be offered. The entertainment system with advanced 2D integral audio with Bluetooth connectivity, handsfree telephone, front and rear speakers, and steering-mounted audio controls assures perfect entertainment on the go.

The Honda Brio Facelift specifications will have a 1198cc 4- cylinder SOHC i-VTEC petrol engine delivering the power of 88PS at 6000RPM and torque of 109Nm at 4500RPM. The transmission system will have a five-speed manual gearbox with the drive connected to the front wheels. The Honda Brio Facelift will have trendy styling features and improved performance factors. The interiors with upgraded fit and finish, and smart utility features and equipment will make it a worthy selection.

The Honda Brio Facelift 2018 mileage ranges at 18.5kmpl as per the ARAI claim. The actual mileage can vary slightly depending on driving conditions such as city slow-moving traffic, and frequent stop and go situations. On average, the fuel economy of 15kmpl in the city and that of up to 18kmpl on the highway can be expected. The Honda Brio Facelift would be competing with the latest versions of Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 and Tata Tigor models. The high reliable performance and trendy styling features would make it a strong contender in the segment.

The performance of Brio Facelift will be enhanced with improved vehicle dynamics by introducing stylish contours on the body panels and clear visibility. The power steering with a turning circle radius of 4.5m, smooth operating pedals and comfortable posture of the driver will assist for a pleasant experience of the long drives. The suspension system with Mcpherson coil springs at the front and torsion beam coil spring at the rear will absorb the maximum of road shocks keeping occupants at great comfort.

The Honda Brio Facelift features will include disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear. The braking efficiency is expected to be improved with anti-lock braking system with the electronic brake-force distribution. The strong build quality of the body shell, ACE body structure and dent-resistant body panels, and the safety features of dual front airbags, front seat belt pre-tensioner with load limit will assure complete protection of the occupants from frontal and side-impact collisions. The day/night inside rearview mirror, high mount stop lamps and engine immobilizer will assist for safe handling and protection of car against theft attempts.

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