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The Brio is the company’s most affordable product in the competitive B+ segment hatchbacks. It is only available in petrol version with a 1.2-litre i-VTEC engine. The Brio is available in both five-speed manual and a 5-speed automatic transmission gearbox options.

This petrol mill is integrated with a programmed fuel injection system. It is built on superior engineering that makes it fuel efficient and environment friendly. The variants with manual transmission gear box returns around 19.4 Kmpl, while the automatic transmission trim gives a mileage of about 16.5 Kmpl.

This stylish hatch is available with a 5-speed manual and automatic transmission gear box for the customers to select from. It has a light weight body, which helps it in accelerating from 0 to 100kmph speed in just 16 seconds . At the same time, it propels the vehicle in attaining a top speed of 185 Kmph,which is not bad at all.

 The Brio is powered by the same 1.2 Liter i-VTEC petrol engine that does duty under the hood of the Jazz. It has a slightly lower power rating made at a slightly lower rpm. The Brio’s engine is rated at 87 BHP (@ 6000 rpm) and 109 Nm of torque (@ 4,500 rpm). The Jazz makes 89 BHP @ 6,200 rpm and 110 Nm torque @ 4,800 rpm. There are no changes to the engine, except a slightly different ECU map & gear ratios to improve low end power delivery. The engine comes with variable valve timing, similar to all other Honda iVTEC engines.

 The Brio is a great driving car and we took it on an intensive drive. First things first, the engine is sublime. You get 88bhp of power that is always available to you. It doesn’t matter if you are on city streets or on the highway, the Brio feels right at home. The engine is very smooth and responds to every situation. The steering does seem a little light, but handling the car is not an issue. The short wheel base of the car allows you to control it very easily. We drove the manual version and gear changes were effortless and incredibly smooth. The suspension setup is also very nice, and can take on rough roads, however the underbody does make quite a bit of sound when you hit bumpy roads, and the ground clearance is also quite low. Other than that the Brio is a great driving hatch.

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