Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'brio'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • General
    • Announcements
    • Introductions
  • Car & Bike Talk
    • Indian Cars
    • Indian Bikes
    • Test Drives & Reviews
    • International Scene
    • Exotics & Imports In India
    • Commercial Vehicles Scene in India
    • Vintage and Classics in India
  • Techies Garage
    • AAA - Ask Autocar Anything
    • Performance
    • Accessories & In-Car Entertainment
    • The Workshop
  • Motorsport
    • Indian Motorsport
    • International Motorsport
  • Miscellaneous
    • Opposite Lock
    • Auto Trader
    • Travelogues & Travel Queries

Found 7 results

  1. Honda has just launched a facelift version of the Brio hatch in Thailand. The main addition here is the rear wiper and washer. A chrome plate on the rear hatch is also seen. The Brio for Thailand gets two new color options – Rally Red and Modern Steel Grey. A new top-end variant called the V Limited AT has also been introduced. Inside, there are no changes to speak about. The top-end variant gets a touchscreen music system along with a GPS navigator. Source: IndianAutosblog
  2. Hello, I am planning to buy a new car and I have some options to buy a OCT 2012 model brio or OCT 2012 RITZ and there may be further 20K-30K discounts on these cars. The query I have is - is it a good idea to buy a car which is in showroom stockyard for 6-7 months? - Since the engine has not run but engine oil is just sitting there, does it damage the engine in any way? - Should the engine oil be changed while taking the delivery? - What are the further precautions I should be taking for a 2012 model car - In terms of car value, how much a car depreciates in 6-7 months time? For example brio V MT costs 6.65 L on road in BLR but the actual value of OCT 2012 model car is shown on car wale to be about 5.1 L only as the car has depreciated (not much resale value for a honda) In such cases how to bargain more with the showroom. Any other inputs would be really helpful. Thanks.
  3. Honda is looking to introduce a new top end variant of its Brio hatch. It is expected to hit the roads in April this year. This new variant will be known as VX. As a hatch, the Brio makes a strong case for itself as a decent overall package, but has a few glaring omissions in its features list. The new variant will address these issues and include additional equipment like a rear de-fogger and driver seat height adjustment. A rear wiper however, will not be seen, as the Brio’s glass hatch lacks the provision to accommodate it. Honda currently averages a modest 2,000 units for the Brio every month and the introduction of a new variant should only make things better for the manufacturer. Last I asked the Brio V MT was at 7.1 lakhs onroad in Mumbai.. I wonder what price hike the VX will come with?
  4. Honda Brio Automatic: Spy Pics

    A Gearheads.in member ‘Mr Ace’ has brought forward images of the Honda Brio Automatic caught in what appears to be a stockyard. Considering the AT box is caught on a model with alloys and fog lamps, there is a very good chance that it will be only offered on a top-of-line variant. The Honda Brio is already offered with a 4-speed CVT in Thailand and Indonesia. We are expecting the same unit to hit the Indian shores. The Honda Brio AT will compete against the automatic variants of A Star and Hyundai i10. It will be priced at around Rs. 60,000 more than the manual version. (Gearheads.in/IAB)
  5. Honda has given a teaser of it upcoming Brio based sedan (Black car) . This car is said to hit the Indian market in 2013 and will be powered by a 1.5 litre diesel engine. It is also said that it will be a sub 4 meter sedan which will give it excise benefits. Honda seems to have a winner on its hands and this has everything to become the king of its segment. And atlast from the teaser pic it seems to be a decent looker as well Question is is this car the ace up Honda's sleeve which can turn out to be a Dzire , Verito and Indigo CS killer? With a right price I feel so Last pic credit and source: IndianAutosBlog
  6. In one of the biggest SCOOPs in recent times, Hondas global CEO has confirmed that it will be launching an entry level diesel sedan based on the Brio for India and it will be launched BEFORE the Brio diesel hatch. Of course both these cars are coming in the next fiscal. Exciting times for the Indian car buyers ahead. Do you think these cars will be game changers? Im sure these will open up price wars up and down the segments. What do you think?
  7. Hyundai is readying the replacement for the i10 and proof of this comes from the first-ever spy pictures of the car being tested on Indian soil. Though heavily disguised, it looks longer and wider than the current car and the silhouette of the grille behind the cladding suggests the new i10 follows Hyundai's ‘Fluidic’ design theme. Other clues pointing to this are the swept-back headlights, the low, elongated chin and the rising shoulder line. Top-end variants could get alloy wheels and rear parking sensors as well as fog lamps as standard equipment.