This was the most anticipated cars ever since it was first showcased at the Delhi Auto Expo. The Mobilio is built on an extended version of the Brio platform, the MUV uses Honda's 'Man maximum, machine minimum' philosophy to offer a more spacious cabin and look better than its rivals.
At the front, it resembles the Brio and the Amaze a little despite a noticeable line connecting the headlight and the front grille. Under the hood are the 1.5-litre i-Dtec diesel engine which impresses with a claimed mileage of 24.2Km/l, and the i-Vtec petrol engine which offers 17.3Km/l. Claimed efficiency figures for both the engines are well ahead of its competitors.
The front two rows of the Mobilio get enough and more legroom and headroom, however, the last row is a bit uncomfortable for taller individuals. The Mobilio takes on the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and to an extent the Toyota Innova.
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