The Honda Brio has had a good run in India, the company’s first offering in the small-hatchback segment has not disappointing at all. It combines good value along with Honda’s reputed build quality and interior space management to provide a value-for-money proposition. This car has been in our midst for 2 years now and more than 54,000 units of the car have been sold since its launch in its launch in 2011. Celebrating this milestone and hoping to attract customers during the festival season, Honda has launched the Honda Brio Exclusive Edition in India.
“We are delighted to introduce the new ‘Exclusive’ edition of Brio with black interiors. It is our constant endeavor to provide freshness to our products and create excitement in the market. We are confident that this new sporty and youthful look of the car will appeal to our customers, ” said Mr. Jnaneswar Sen, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd
The Honda Brio Exclusive Edition will be based on the ‘S MT’ variant of the Brio, which costs Rs. 4.62 Lakh, ex-showroom Delhi.
The Honda Brio Exclusive Edition is priced at Rs. 4.92 Lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. You get cosmetic upgrades by paying Rs. 29,950 extra (not including taxes, registration etc.)
The Honda Brio Exclusive edition has a predominantly black interior, and you get:
- Black and grey fabric seats
- Black plastics all around with silver trim inserts
- White roof lining.
On the outside, the Honda Brio Exclusive edition can be distinguished from the normal variants because of:
- A tailgate spoiler
- Door visors
- Exhaust pipe finisher
- Rear parking sensors
- Illuminated side-step garnish
- ‘Exclusive’ emblems on the hatch door and on the rear doors
Paint options will include:
- Taffeta White
- Alabaster Silver
- Rally Red.
There are no changes made to the Honda Brio Exclusive edition apart from the above-mentioned ones. Which means that the car is still powered by a 4-cylinder 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol engine that has a maximum power output of 87 BHP @ 6000 rpm and a maximum torque rating of 109 Nm @ 4500 rpm. The engine is coupled to a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed automatic transmission, the Brio returns an economy of 19.4 KMPL and 16.5 KMPL respectively.
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