Honda Brio

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₱642,000 - ₱801,000
Brio Price
SRP Price in Manila
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Brio Specs
Engine 1339 cc
Power 99 hp
Seating 5 seats
Ground Clearance 150 mm
Driver Airbag Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Power Steering Yes

Brio Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Brio

Compact dimensions

Peppy engine

Spacous cabin

Things We Dont Like in Brio

Styling not to everyone’s taste

Dated interiors

Lack of features

Recent Updates of Honda Brio

The cute Honda Brio has now grown to be more mature and manly thanks to Honda’s efforts. The 2019 Brio has received a major overhaul when it comes to design. It now has larger headlamps, 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 2019 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. 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.

Brio Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
1.3 S MT ₱642,000 *
SRP Price
1339 cc, 99 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline
1.3 S AT ₱681,000 *
SRP Price
1339 cc, 99 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline
1.3 V Navi AT ₱801,000 *
SRP Price
1339 cc, 99 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline
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Honda Brio Colors

Brio is available in 4 different colors - Crystal Black Pearl, Taffeta White, Lunar Silver Metallic and Brilliant Sporty Blue Metallic.

  • Crystal Black Pearl

  • Taffeta White

  • Lunar Silver Metallic

  • Brilliant Sporty Blue Metallic

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Brio Review

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


At a time when all the premium manufacturers were trying their best to crack the code of the compact hatchback segment to increase their respective market shares in developing markets. It was a challenge for Honda to follow the trend, the manufacturer was only known for making mid-size sedans and SUVs. However, it all changed with the introduction of Brio, with which Honda showed that it can maintain its basic principles of quality, durability, and reliability in the compact segment as well. The Brio, with its peppy engine and compact dimensions, became one of the darlings of small families who perceived it as the first car. Currently, Honda offers Brio with only one petrol engine option in the Philippines, with the car being available in the color options of Taffeta White, Crystal Black Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, and Brilliant Sporty Blue.

Interior & Features

While the Honda Brio somewhat manages to look a bit appealing from the outside, the interior layout looks a bit dated and somewhat appalling. Considering the fact that it is a Honda, the Brio somewhat disappoints with the very staid looking cabin layout, with the lack of features being an Achilles heel here.

The round themed steering wheel feels nice and easy to use in a car of this size, however, the instrument console behind the steering wheel is very simple looking and lacks the modern feel of the current crop of new generation cars. The typical Honda trait of an asymmetric layout of the centre console has been carried forward in the Brio as well, however, it looks very plain jane with low rent dials for AC controls. The touchscreen music system, however, adds some newness to the otherwise dated looking dashboard. The Brio comes with only the essential features like steering mounted audio and Bluetooth controls and electrically adjustable rear view mirrors on board, with the car lacking many modern features which one takes for granted in current times.

The Brio, however, compromises the lack of modern appeal with the amount of space it has to offer on the inside. The car somewhat manages to sweep off your feet with the legroom and headroom it offers for both front and rear passengers, despite having compact dimensions on the outside.


With the Brio, Honda tried to follow a slightly different path in terms of styling, as this little hatchback looks very different from the sophisticated and conventional looking sedans which Honda makes globally. However, while the design was highly appreciated for its distinctiveness at the time of its launch, a couple of design elements surely made it look slightly awkward for some.

At the front, the Honda Brio looks a bit conventional with a short nose comprising of a small front grille with a thick chrome slab to make it feel complete from the front. The headlamps are large, but their design could have been sharper and more modern, as the lack of LEDs or projector units make them feel very simple. The front bumper with large black grille panel AND small fog lamps do add some bulk to the otherwise short looking car.

From the side, the Brio looks quite unique, with sharp profiles at the upper and rear portions and crisp character lines flowing on the side doors giving it an athletic appeal. However, we would have like to see a better design for the otherwise staid looking alloy wheels here as well as the black finish for the B-pillar, which makes the car look very price-conscious.

The rear portion of the Honda Brio is what makes the car look stand out from the crowd, with a very unconventional full glass door for the rear hatch. While this aids in increasing an airy feel on the inside, it does look toyish and gives it an awkward feel when one views it from the rear. However, the clear lens pattern for the angular rear tail lamps looks quite good, while the rear roof spoiler adds to the sportiness of the overall design.

Ride & Handling

Given its compact dimensions and its light-weighted nature, it is pretty obvious that the Honda Brio is a very capable machine. It is very easy to manoeuvre in all conditions, thanks to its very small turning radius of 4.5 meters. The conventional suspension setup of MacPherson struts at the front and a torsion beam at the rear has been tuned for a slightly stiffer setup, which makes it a spirited handler in the hands of both amateur and professional drivers.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

Like all the Honda cars, the Brio too comes with a very refined and punchy petrol engine. In this case, it is a 1.4-litre four-cylinder petrol motor. The engine packs in enough grunt, with maximum power output rated at 100 bhp, while the peak torque is 128 Nm. The engine comes paired to two gearbox options – a 5-speed manual on the basic S variant and a 5-speed automatic gearbox on the S and V variants.

Braking & Safety

Even at the very basic price point at which the Honda Brio is available, the entry-level offering covers up the very basics of safety equipment. The list includes dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and seatbelt reminder for the driver. It is understandable that more complex electronics would have increased the cost of the Brio, however, the glaring omission of parking sensors is a big miss here.


With a quirky but loveable design, the Honda Brio manages to score some points when it comes to looking distinctive in the otherwise monotonous segment of entry-level compact hatchbacks. However, one could not deny the fact that car has remained unchanged for more than half a decade now, which is why it has begun to show its age both inside and outside, and the lack of comfort and convenience features make the car look basic as well. Nevertheless, where the Honda Brio excels is in the mechanical aspects, with the amount of space, performance and handling hitting the sweet spot, thus making the Brio a practical car despite lacking the modern appeal of current generation cars.

User Reviews of Honda Brio

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    Kim Jun 06, 2019
    Small hatch with big aspirations

    Having the Brio with me is one of the most special feelings for me. First of all, it is my first car, and then it's a Honda - it was the most affordable means through which I can connect with the Japanese brand. And thankfully, this little Honda has got all the right traits for which the brand Honda is Read More

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    Finn May 23, 2019
    Decent compact car

    Honda Brio has been in the market for a long time now and is among the most budget friendly and economical hatchbacks in the market. The new model looks more aggressive, bigger and bolder than its predecessor. The front fascia of this car is something which I feel suits the overall personality of the car. The broad front grille and Read More

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    Jotz May 15, 2019
    Old is gold with the new Honda Brio

    The new model of the Honda Brio is definitely bigger and better than its predecessor. It has a broad front grille which I feel looks pretty tacky but is loved by a lot of its customers. You get better space inside the new Brio but the interior is a bit dull as compared to other cars in its segment. The Read More

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    Ashlee Apr 17, 2019
    My sleek cute possession

    I am tired driving those retro large sized cars. So this time I decided to try out something different. A car which is easier to handle and similarly require less maintenance than those regal luxurious ones. Finally after doing loads of research I zeroed down to Honda Brio. Recently one of my cousins has bought this and gave me a Read More

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    John Aug 29, 2018
    Owning a Honda Brio

    Few months ago when planning to buy a new car, I came across a great car which is Honda Brio. I chose the Rallye red one which looks amazing and is great in style. The interior of the car is amazing as it provides a premium dashboard with a carbon finish, Bluetooth system and telephone calling device, great space and Read More

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Honda Brio FAQ

  • 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
    Side Airbag-Front Yes
    Side Airbag-Rear Yes
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System Yes
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
    Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Tyre Pressure Monitor Yes

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