Saturday, November 10, 2012

Honda Brio

The Brio prototype was first shown at 2010 Thailand International Motor Show. The car is developed to position in a class below Honda Fit for emerging markets. The initial markets are Thailand and India. The car is designed as a commuter with Honda's "man maximum, machine minimum" principle. Unique versions are developed for the Thai and Indian markets respectively.

The Brio is powered by the 4-cylinder, 1.2 L (73 cu in) L12B i-VTEC gasoline engine delivering up to 90 PS (66.2 kW; 88.8 bhp). It is available with either a 5-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission.
Safety equipment includes dual front airbags, anti-Lock brake System, electronic brake distribution and front pretensioner seat belts. The driver's side airbag features continuously staged inflation to accommodate a wide range of occupant positions and collision scenario. The front body is designed to absorb impact energy for better pedestrian protection. Incorporating Honda’s G-CON (G-Force Control Technology), the Brio’s high-performance body makes extensive use of high tensile steel in key areas of the frame. Dampers, Trailing arms and Rear hatch area have enhanced rigidity to contribute to steady chassis performance, nimble driving as well as outstanding fuel economy. The Brio’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering body enhances self-protection while mitigating damage to other vehicles in the event of a collision.
The car's body is certified to meet the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)'s regulations 94 and 95 for front and side impact safety during collisions.
Engine for Indian market has a power output of 88 PS (64.7 kW; 86.8 bhp) and a peak torque of 109 N·m (80 lb·ft). The manual transmission is designed to combine good low rpm acceleration and excellent fuel economy. The car is certified to deliver a mileage of 18.4 km/L (52 mpg 43 mpg). Inside city it delivers 14 km/L (40 mpg 33 mpg) on average. It also provides a smooth ride and gives better overall quality compared to its competitors.
The Brio is produced in Thailand for the Southeast Asian market.
In India, the Brio is assembled for the South Asian market by the company's subsidiary, Honda Siel Cars India (HSCI), at its production facilities in Greater Noida. Over 80% of its parts are sourced from Indian suppliers. The Rajasthan factory also exports Brio parts to Thailand.
Honda will start the assembly of Brio in Indonesia in 2013 to fulfill the local demand.

Specifications :


Name : Brio
Model : E
Car Body Type : Hatchback
Segment : B Segment
Top Speed : 170
Fuel Consumption : Highway 19.40 kmpl.
Fuel Consumption : City 13.00 kmpl.


Displacement : 1198cc, i-VTEC
Engine Type : Petrol
Maximum Power : 88 Bhp @ 6000 rpm
Maximum Torque : 109 Nm @ 4600 rpm


Length : 3610 mm
Width : 1680 mm
Height : 1500 mm


AC : AC (without Climate Control)
Power Windows : Yes
Central Locking : Manual
Remote Boot : Yes
Remote Fuel Filler : Yes
Rear Wiper : No
Rear Defogger : No
Rear Armrest : No
Steering Adjustment (Rake/Reach) : Yes/No
Driver Seat Adjustment : Manual
Music System : No
Leather Seats : No
Door Mirror : Both Side Manual
Tinted Glass : Yes
Rear AC Vent : No
Folding Rear Seats : Yes
Sun Roof : No
Buttons/Controls on Steering : No
Auto Viper : No
Auto Headlamp : No


Airbag : No
Parking Sensors : No
Fog Lamp : No
Traction Control : No
EBD : No
ABS : No
ESP : No


Seating Capacity : 5
Tyre Size : 175/65 R14
Suspension : McPherson Struts, torsion beam axel
Turning Circle : 4.50 mtrs.
Steering : Power
Brakes : Front Disk, Rear Drum
Gears : 5 Manual
Ground Clearance : 165.00 mm
Kerb Weight : 920.00 kgs.
Fuel Tank : 35.00
Body Color Bumpers : Yes
Tachometer : Yes
Alloys : No
ORVM Indicator : No
Xenon Headlamps : No
Trip Meter : 2
Headlamp Washer : No

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