Honda Brio Review

Honda, a Japanese multinational company is a well-known manufacturer which has been manufacturing various products like aircraft, motorbikes, four-wheelers, and so on. Honda has manufactured motorbikes since 1959, and is the largest motorbikes producer till now. Syakar Trading Company Private Limited is the authorized dealer of Honda cars which imports and looks after the sales and service of it. In Nepal, Honda has exported eight cars in Nepal, and Honda Brio is one of them.

Talking about the body style, the Honda Brio is a hatchback car which was launched on 2011, and is manufactured as well as sold in India, Thailand South Africa, Indonesia and the Philippines. Moreover, the Honda Amaze is the sedan version and the Honda BR-V is the SUV version of the Honda Brio. The Honda Brio is equipped is double forepart airbags, anti-lock braking system, and so on.

Furthermore, the length and height of the car is 3610 mm and 1500 mm respectively. The wheelbase is of 2345 mm and the car is capable of storing 35 liters of fuel and has a good mileage. Besides, the car is available in three different feature-based variants and six colors variants.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,485,000 (For Brio SMT),

Rs. 2,800,000 (For Brio VXMT),

Rs. 3,135,000 (For Brio VXAT)

Specifications

Dimension:

 Body Type
 Hatchback
 Basic Weight
 930 kg
 Length
 3610 mm
 Height
 1500 mm
 Wheelbase
 2345 mm
 Front Track
 NA
 Rear Track
 NA
 Ground Clearance
 165 mm

 

Engine:

Fuel Tank
 35 liters
 Cylinders
 4
 Valves Per Cylinder
 4
 Displacement
 1198 cc
 Max Power
 87 bhp
 Max Torque
 109 Nm

 

Dynamics:

Front Brakes
 Disc
Rear Brakes
 Drum
Front Wheels
 175/65 R14
Rear Wheels
 175/65 R14
Front Suspensions
 McPherson Strut
Rear Suspensions
 Torsion Beam

 

Transmission:

 Transmission
 Manual
 Number of Gears
 5

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