Mobilio, the third car to be built on the Brio platform, marks Honda’s entry into the MPV segment in India. After unveiling the Mobilio at the Indonesian Motor Show in September, Honda invited a handful of journalists to Tokyo to examine the car up close. So keeping in mind that this isn't a complete test drive review, here are my first impressions of the MPV.
If you said MPVs cannot be sporty, eat your words. Agreed, the Mobilio’s face is nigh-on identical to the Brio but move to the side and rear, sharp lines and chiseled facets give the car a sporty attitude. What I liked the most about the Mobilio’s design is the beltline that kinks downwards at the B pillar. This simple but clever design touch yields an airy greenhouse and a feeling of spaciousness. The large, wraparound tail lamps gel neatly with the styling and the Mobilio is best appreciated from the rear three-quarters.
Many interior elements, especially the dashboard and the seats, are carried over from the Brio. The carRead More »from First Look: Honda Mobilio