Honda Brio Automatic

February 24th, 2013 | Comments Closed | Honda

Honda Brio Automatic – The Honda Brio is a subcompact five-door hatchback from Honda in India and Thailand. The car was introduced in 2011. The Brio prototype was the first time at the Salon International Motor Show 2010 in Thailand. The car has developed for the position in a class with the Honda Fit for emerging markets. The first markets were Thailand and India.

Honda Brio history

The Brio expands the market when it was launched in South Africa in December 2012 to life. The car is like a traveler with Honda “man maximum, machine minimum” principle constructed. Versions are designed for unique markets of Thailand and India.

Honda Brio features

The Brio is equipped with a 4-cylinder gasoline engine L12b i-VTEC engine with up to 90 hp. It is available with a five-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission.

Honda Brio AMAZE

Honda Brio AMAZE

Safety equipment includes front airbags, ABS brakes, electronic brake force distribution and pretensioners for the front seats. Driver airbag functions continuously staged inflation, a broad range of occupant positions and collision adapt scenario. The front body structure to absorb impact energy for increased pedestrian safety. The addition of G-CON Honda Brio high performance body makes extensive use of high-strength steel in key areas of the frame. Shocks, trailing arms and tailgate area increased stiffness contribute to steady chassis performance, maneuverability and fuel efficiency. The Advanced Compatibility Engineering