Honda Mobilio World Premiere
Honda mobilio is being touted as the latest contender in the growing MPV space in India. The MPV was also showcased at the recently held 2014 Indian Auto Expo. The vehicle is expected to hit the showrooms during the months of June or July, and is already August auto sales numbers reveal that Toyota Innova, arguably the most successful and longest reigning people mover in India, may have finally met its match in the just launched Honda mobilio. Powered by the scorching sales of Mobilio, Honda Cars India Honda has launched a new top-of-the-line Honda mobilio in Indonesia called the Honda Mobilio RS. The new variant is available with either a five-speed manual or a CVT automatic. The new variant gets a revised front end which includes a new bumper, a new Honda have followed up the success of the Amaze and the City by stepping into a wholly new segment, a place where they are absolute novices. The MPV market is going to be a tough segment to capture the attention of, especially since the choices offered by SummaryHonda Mobilio goes adds ‘upmarket styling’ to the list of compact MPVs. Honda to launch 3 models in India by next fiscal-end, including Mobilio MPV Honda Mobilio: Clear winner over Maruti Suzuki Ertiga in looks Honda drives into Maruti Suzuki There are many MPVs out there in the market, more so in the sub-ten-lakh rupee bracket. But there is a new breed that has taken birth – MPVs that are based on small-car platforms, have small engines too, but still promise large space and a car-like driving .
The 2014 Indian Auto Expo has been a special one for Honda, as they had so many products to be unveiled at the event. Out of all the products displayed by Honda today, the new generation Honda Jazz and Honda Mobilio MPV were the ones for which everybody Honda has introduced the new Mobilio concept at the Indonesia International Motor Show. Designed to preview a new Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) for Asian markets, the Mobilio has a rather plain exterior with a single bar grille, sweptback headlights and a Honda Cars India Private Limited (HCIL) today have launched two new variants of their recently launched MUV, the Mobilio. The two variants, V(O) and the RS(O) will feature a first-in-segment Audio Video Navigation (AVN) and a rear camera for reversing. The compact family van or MPV market in India hasn’t gotten as massive as it has in Indonesia, but it certainly has been on the boil. There is already a fair spread of choice of MPVs all the way from Rs 5 lakh to about Rs 12 lakh. Honda, which developed .
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