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Honda Brio AT Long Term – Initial Report

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Brio Automatic First Report

Honda Brio Long Term

Honda Brio V AT Price – Rs 7,21,280/- (on-road, Mumbai)

While most in the over populated city in Mumbai are doing their best to avoid traffic, we at MotorBeam have nothing to worry as the Honda Brio Automatic recently got inducted in our long term fleet. With traffic getting only worse by the day, the recently launched, Honda Brio AT knows how to gobble up congested roads without causing much stress to the driver. The most advanced automatic vehicle in its segment, the Honda Brio is aimed that those who prefer the convenience of an automatic, especially in stop-go traffic. We have been driving this Honda in city conditions to make life easier for ourselves. The lack of clutch and gear operations coupled with the compact dimensions of the Brio makes driving a breeze.

Brio Automatic Long Term Report

The Honda Brio is an apt city car, it’s easy to drive and you don’t get tired even after continuous amounts of time behind the wheel. The steering is light and the compact dimensions make it extremely easy to maneuver even in the worst of traffic, while at the same time helping you to slice through congestion without a hiccup.

Brio Auto InteriorsBrio Automatic Gearbox

The airy interiors have generous glass area giving a good view of the surroundings. The Honda Brio doesn’t feel as small as its exterior dimensions suggest and there is good amount of space for four passengers to travel in comfort, in fact, it’s more than the new Maruti Suzuki Swift. The right use of colours and the well designed dashboard makes the Honda Brio a very good place to be in. Many have been skeptical of its all glass boot lid but we have put it through some nerve wrecking and it holds on pretty well. The instrument cluster lacks twin trip meters, which is not such a good thing although there is a mileage meter, which is reasonably accurate.

Brio AT Console

The automatic version offers decent performance and fuel consumption. We have been getting a mileage of around 10.5 km/l which is good considering the vehicle has spent most of its time on crowded Mumbai roads. The auto box offers good response and for this price, it’s undoubtedly the best transmission. This 5-speed Honda transmission is smooth and when you really want to overtake in a hurry, you can shift to D3 to extract the best out of this machine. Braking performance is decent and the limited engine braking does tend to take a toll in stopping the car quickly. Ride quality is smooth and handling is good but the steering lacks feel at high speeds, however the Brio impresses with its high speed stability.

Brio Automatic Rear Seat SpaceHonda Brio Front Seats

Our initial long term impressions of the Brio Automatic are very positive. The vehicle is very practical and is the apt tool to tackle the daily city traffic conditions. The automatic gearbox doesn’t blunt performance or mileage by much and offers the convenience of driving stress free. We are loving it.

Brio Automatic Cruising

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  • manish

    A very practical vehicle, the Brio is an amazing product from honda, kudos to them

  • james

    The Brio is a good car but the lack of diesel is surprising, diesel will come wen hike will be done to 65 rupees

    • raghav

      diesel will still be cheaper, more fun to drive and offer more mileage
      Honda wont go wrong then

  • Akash

    By that time petrol will be 100 rupees per liter….

    • No One

      Not really.. Petrol going as per with the market rate !!!

  • michael

    It’s looking good .great product of Honda

  • shankar

    What i like about Brio is that it offers more space on the inside than even so called premium cars like swift..

  • raghav

    honda coming up with vx variant
    does that mean auto will get paddle shifters

  • sumit


  • ajay

    reading this review, i am confident the brio at is a better option than i10 at

  • Gajbar

    they should get rid of that manual antenna, does not look good on a honda

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