The Honda Mobilio facelift will undergo minor cosmetic updates while it will get all-new interiors, however, there will not be any mechanical changes.
The 2016 Honda Mobilio facelift is reported to be scheduled to launch later this year and the updated model was recently launched in Indonesia. The facelift gets all-new interiors similar to what is found on the recently launched Amaze facelift while the exterior gets minor cosmetic updates.
The Indonesian Honda Mobilio facelift gets new chrome finishes on the bumper along with a new design for the alloy wheels and the Indian model will get similar updates. The updated vehicle did not undergo any mechanical change and power continues to come from the same 1.5-litre i-VTEC and i-DTEC engines.
Coming to the interiors, the cabin gets a new dashboard which is borrowed from the upcoming BR-V and the MPV now gets an automatic climate control function. The Honda Mobilio facelift continues to get the dual-tone treatment for the dashboard while the top-end RS trim will get an all-black theme.
The AC vents are now rectangular while the traditional knobs are replaced by new sleeker buttons which have created a small storage space below the center console. The new instrument cluster looks similar to the one seen in the Honda City while the steering wheel remains unchanged.
Honda Mobilio Facelift
– The Mobilio facelift will launch in India later this year
– The updated model gets chrome accents on the front bumper while the alloy wheels get a new design
– The facelift received new interiors borrowed from the BR-V and it also gets an automatic climate control function
– No mechanical changes can be seen and it continues to be powered by the same engine options