The cute Honda Brio has now grown to be more mature and mainly thanks to Honda’s efforts. The current Brio has received a major overhaul when it comes to design. It now has larger headlamps, a sportier bumper, signature grille, stylish alloy wheels, and much more. In fact, the new Brio looks very similar to Honda’s BR-V and Mobilio. Powering the 2021 Brio is a new 1.2-litre unit that produces 90 PS and 110 Nm of torque and comes equipped with either a manual or Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology CVT. Honda is known for its refined and smooth engines and the new Brio is no exception.
Honda Brio is a sub-compact hatchback type car produced in India and Thailand initially. This car was officially launched in both countries in 2011. Entering 2012, PT Honda Prospect Motor (HPM) as Honda's official APM in Indonesia brought the car to Indonesia. Honda Brio officially assembled locally. Maybe many do not know the meaning of the name Honda Brio. The name Brio itself is taken from the Italian language which means happy or cheerful and excited. It is hoped that everyone who uses this car will always be cheerful, happy and always eager to welcome every day with this car and then Honda Brio was launched in the Philippines at the Philippine International Motor Show in September 2014.
It’s available in 3 variants with a starting price of Php 585,000. It’s the RS model that attracts the most attention but is also a bit pricey at Php 727,000. Out of the 5 colour options, it’s the Phoenix Orange that looks the best.