Honda Mobilio – For the Indian Family

The year 2014 saw many a new launches across all segments and manufacturers. The Mobilio from Honda was undoubtedly one of the biggest stars of 2014. Unveiled at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo, the Mobilio was launched in three trim levels (E, S and V) and two engine options - 1.5-litre i-DTEC and 1.5-litre i-VTEC. This 7-seater MUV is priced between Rupees 6.49 and 11.55 lakh. The V (O) options in petrol and diesel were launched in August 2014 and the sporty versions RS and RS (O) variants were launched in September 2014.


The Honda Mobilio MPV is a family car specially designed for the large Indian families.

This MPV is based on Honda’s Brio platform, and thus resembles it very much. It bears a resemblance with the Honda Amaze from the front, mostly with its grille and bumper. The Mobilio comes with a rear that stands out, unlike some of the other MPVs.

The new feature that makes it distinctive from all other MPVs is its curvy headlights that come with clear lens indicators. The redesigned bonnet, a large grille that comes with a chrome bar, and the Maruti logo on its nose are the other stand out features. The exterior also comes with a sporty bumper, electrically adjustable OVRMs, includes body coloured door handles, stylish tail lights and rear windshield with a washer, wiper and defogger.


The Mobilio’s interior comes with high quality materials. The dual tones of black and beige are used inside. There are touches of wooden trims on the dashboard and door panels. The new infotainment system comprises of a touch screen. The Mobilio has got enough legroom and headroom. The seats are adjustable and can be made into different combinations. Other standard features such as three spoke power steering, power windows, accessory power sockets, vanity mirror, and cup holders are available in its interior.

All basic safety features are available in Honda Mobilio like dual airbags, ABS with EBD, advanced engine immobilisers, central and child locking system.

The V (O) and RS (O) variants come equipped with a segment-first feature of Audio Video Navigation (AVN) and rear view parking camera.

Under the hood, the Honda Mobilio gets a 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engine that churns out 118 bhp of power at 6600 rpm along with a peak torque of 145 Nm at 4600 rpm. The 1.5-litre Earth Dreams i-DTEC diesel engine produces 100 bhp of power at 3600 rpm and a maximum torque of 200 Nm at 1750 rpm.

The suspension is McPherson strut at the front and torsion beam at the rear.

The more spacious and comfortable Mobilio will be a market rider and great competitor to other MPVs in Indian market.

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