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Honda Brio

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22 Rating(s) | 22 Review(s)
₱598,000 - ₱735,000
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Brio Specs
Engine 1199 cc
Transmission Type Manual
Power 89 hp
Seating 5 seats
Ground Clearance 137 mm
Driver Airbag Yes
Power Steering Yes

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Brio Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Brio

With a fresh & sporty appearance that includes a pair of large headlamps, muscular profile, Honda’s signature thick chrome grille, and a traditional tailgate instead of an all-glass unit, the all-new Honda Brio packs in a very enticing appeal.

The new Honda Brio gets a 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol-fed engine that makes good 90 PS and 110 Nm. For a car of Honda Brio's stature, the 1.2-litre unit is more than sufficient and offers a nice blend of performance and fuel efficiency.

Even though the Honda Brio flaunts a compact silhouette, it features a 2,405 mm wheelbase and offers decent cabin space.

Things We Dont Like in Brio

At 258-litre, the boot space feels a little cramped. However, you can get up to 710-litre of cargo with the rear seats folded down. But, that's not the appropriate solution for it, right?

While the new Honda Brio vaunts a very attractive, muscular, and sporty theme on the outside, the interior, however, doesn't reciprocate the same vibe. It all feels a little to calm inside the Brio, and Honda could've made things a bit more intriguing.

Barring the touchscreen infotainment system and the automatic climate control, there are not many other features, which make the Honda Brio a car from the year 2020.

Recent Updates of Brio

The current version of the Honda Brio looks more stylish and aggressive than its predecessor. The front fascia gets sleeker headlamps and grille which adds an element of style to the overall exterior. On the inside, the Honda Brio gets a subtle layout along with some new features and offers ample headroom and leg space to its occupants. The 1.2-litre engine of the Brio produces a power output of 90 PS at 6000 rpm and a torque of 110 Nm at 4800 rpm. This smooth and refined engine is mated to a manual gearbox for the base variant while the remaining variants are equipped with Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology CVT unit. The Honda Brio is a good pick in the hatchback segment because of its practicality and comfort. In the market, the base variant of the Brio is priced at Php 598,000 while the top variant is priced at Php 730,000.

 

Honda Brio 2020 Price List

Honda Brio April 2020 prices start from ₱735,000 for base variant RS Black Top CVT and goes upto ₱730,000 for top-spec variant RS CVT.

Variant Price list Specifications  
Honda Brio RS Black Top CVT ₱735,000 *
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1991 cc, CVT , 88 hp, Diesel
Honda Brio S MT ₱598,000 *
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1199 cc, Manual , 89 hp, Gasoline
Honda Brio V CVT ₱658,000 *
SRP Price
1199 cc, CVT , 89 hp, Gasoline
Honda Brio RS CVT ₱730,000 *
SRP Price
1199 cc, CVT , 89 hp, Gasoline
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Honda Brio Price In Philippines

₱598,000 - ₱735,000
₱598,000 - ₱735,000
₱598,000 - ₱735,000
₱598,000 - ₱735,000
₱598,000 - ₱735,000

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Honda Brio Colors

Brio is available in 5 different colors - Taffeta White, Rallye Red, Modern Steel, Phoenix Ornage and Carnival Yellow.

  • Taffeta White

  • Rallye Red

  • Modern Steel

  • Phoenix Ornage

  • Carnival Yellow

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Honda Brio Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict

Overview

Following its launch in 2014, the Honda Brio has now become one of the more popular hatchbacks in the country over time. The cute little hatch served for a good amount of time before it was, at last, replaced by its successor, a revamped and sporty looking Brio in 2019. Well, we can easily say that just like any child who grows up to be a man, the Honda Brio has now become older, mature, bolder, and more potent than ever before.

 

The new Honda Brio not only looks better and muscular but also vaunts a powertrain that is more capable than the previous one. Available in four different variants, namely S MT, V CVT, RS CVT, and RS Black Top CVT, the Honda Brio takes on the likes of the Suzuki Celerio, Toyota Wigo, Kia Picanto, Chevrolet Spark, and the Mitsubishi Mirage. The updated Honda Brio carries a price tag that ranges from Php 598,000 to Php 735,000 and can be had in any of the Phoenix Orange Pearl, Taffeta White, Rallye Red, Modern Steel Metallic, and Carnival Yellow finishes.

Interior & Features

The newness on the updated Honda Brio continues to make a presence on the inside of the hatchback as well. Hop inside the revisited hatch and you are greeted by a dark-themed interior with contrasting orange accents and a multifunction three-spoke steering wheel that features audio controls. The instrument cluster sitting behind the steering wheel is, however, a traditional unit and doesn't boast any extraordinary elements. While the entry-level variant of the new Brio gets a single-DIN stereo system, the other models, on the other hand, feature a large 7-inch touch screen infotainment system with Bluetooth & USB connectivity and four speakers & two tweeters.

 

Courtesy of a larger than before wheelbase of 2,405 mm, the space inside the Honda Brio has gone up and allows for the hatch to sport enhanced legroom and boot space. The air conditioning unit is manually controlled and flaunts a digital display. Other creature comforts on the inside of the Brio include a 12V socket, front & rear power windows with driver's side auto up/down function, four bottle holders, three cup holders, and sun visor with vanity mirror.

Exterior

Make the previous-gen and the revisited Honda Brio hatchbacks stand side by side, and you will know how much of a different car the newest iteration of the Brio is. While the previous-gen model looked like a cute little hatch, the new Brio is a lot more edgy, sporty, and packs in some good muscles as well. The front fascia involves a pair of large multi-reflector halogen headlamps flanking a chrome grille. Go for the RS variants and the chrome grille is replaced by a blacked-out unit. Yes, there fog lamps as well.

Having a good look at the side profile of the new Brio, we see that the hatch is bolstered by the likes of 15-inch RS design alloy wheels, blacked-out B-pillar, micro antenna, and a few cuts & creases. Keep in mind that the S MT and V CVT models get 14-inch steel rims instead of the 15-inch RS design alloys. At last, the rear end of the updated Brio is decorated with an LED high-mount stop lamp, tailgate spoiler, rear wiper, large Honda logo at the centre of the tailgate, and nice pair of taillights.

Ride & Handling

First things first, the Honda Brio is an easy task in heavy traffic and congested streets thanks to its compact dimensions. The compact dimensions, however, do not interfere with the comfort inside the car. Then there are appropriately sized 175 / 65 R14 tyres (185 / 55 R15 on RS models) that offer good stability and handling experience, further aided by an electric power steering (EPS). Combine the comfortable seats inside the cabin along with a suspension setup that incorporates MacPherson Strut with Stabilizer at the front and Torsion Beam at the rear, and you get a smooth ride.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

Unlike the previous-gen Honda Brio that housed a 1.3-litre gasoline engine, the newest iteration of the hatchback is powered by a 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol-fed engine that churns out 90 PS of maximum power at 6,000 rpm and a peak torque of 110 Nm at 4,800 revs. As far as the transmission options are concerned, all but the base variant of the Honda Brio feature Honda’s Earth Dreams technology CVT. It is a 5-speed manual that takes care of the power delivery duties on the entry-level model. As Honda claims, the new 1.2-litre mill is sports more refinement and offers a perfect mixture of both the worlds, that is, good performance and high mileage.

 

Braking & Safety

Just like any other hatchback in the segment, the Honda Brio also gets ventilated disc brakes at the front with drums units taking care of the braking duties at the rear. Moreover, the Japanese hatch comes equipped with an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), which further enhances the braking performance of the car. Other safety features present on the Honda Brio include dual SRS airbags, keyless entry system, engine immobiliser, and driver's side seatbelt reminder. Last but not least, Honda's G-Force Control (G-CON) body structure lends the Brio a solid foundation.

Verdict

As a whole, the current Honda Brio makes for a very nice hatchback and gives a good enough fight to its rivals in the segment. A lot is going on with the exterior of the updated model, and the interior also does its job just as good as others if not better. However, the addition of a few more creature comforts and safety features would have given the new Brio a lot more arsenal. Still, the Honda Brio is a solid, reliable, and light-on-pocket Japanese hatchback. And, at Php 598,000 to Php 735,000, you're getting quite a lot of car here.

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    George Soriano Mar 13, 2020 for Honda Brio

    The Honda Brio we bought recently was alright but we found out that the engine bay was only painted with the primer paint. We did not notice it because the Honda sales agent did not allow us to open the hood. When we complained to Honda, just told us that it is what we get from the factory which is Read More

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    Jejomar Feb 08, 2020 for Honda Brio

    My Brio is my very first car and I could not be happier with the decision. It looks young and sporty and perfect for someone like me. I am still new to driving so have not really taken the car to its full potential yet. The engine is very smooth and makes 90PS, which is good enough for me. Front Read More

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    Immanuel Dec 27, 2019 for Honda Brio

    As I need to drive through tight spaces, a compact hatchback was the best that money could buy. Honda’s performance and build quality forced me to purchase its Brio. The previous generation Brio looks cute; however, the one I own looks very aggressive and modern. The space inside the cabin is not that great but is adequate enough to fit Read More

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    Kidlat Dec 16, 2019 for Honda Brio

    This car suits my need almost flawlessly. Know why? I get a wonderful drive within the city on this. This car almost glides on city roads. I love its smooth and amazing performance. Though those who prefer off road or highway drives, I will not suggest them. The kind of features that you get in this car is worth appreciating Read More

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    Erick Oct 14, 2019 for Honda Brio

    Truly speaking, the Brio is the best car in the segment, it is a proper driver’s car. It is the best companion to move around the city or to go to work every day. I have taken short weekend trips in it and have no complaints. The front legroom is just great, and the cabin built-quality and material quality are Read More

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  • What are the Safety Features Available in Honda Brio?

    The safety features available in Honda Brio Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Side Airbag-Rear No
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System No
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Engine Check Warning Yes
    Tyre Pressure Monitor No
    Traction Control No

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