Honda Mobilio PriceList
Honda Mobilio Specifications
Dimension & Weights
|Overall Length||4386 mm|
|Overall Width||1683 mm|
|Overall Height||1603 mm|
|Ground Clearance||189 mm|
|Torque||145 Nm @ 4600 rpm|
|Power||119 PS @ 6600 rpm|
|No of Cylinders||4|
Honda Mobilio Features
|Honda Mobilio||1.5 E i-VTEC||1.5 S i-VTEC||1.5 V i-VTEC||1.5 V (O) i-VTEC||1.5 E i-DTEC||1.5 S i-DTEC||1.5 V i-DTEC||1.5 V (O) i-DTEC||1.5 RS i-DTEC||1.5 RS (O) i-DTEC|
Honda Mobilio Colors
- Urban Titanium Metalic
- Brilliant Gold Metalic
- Carnelian Red Pearl
- Taffeta White
- Alabaster Silver Metalic
- Majestic Metalic Blue
Expert Test Drive Review
The Mobilio has a longer wheelbase than the Amaze and this helps to liberate a lot of room on the inside. While the first two rows have ample space for large and tall adults, the last row is not bad and can seat two average sized adults with ease. The good part is that the second row can be adjusted for leg room / knee room and both the 2nd and 3rd row seats can also be adjusted for recline.
The design of the interiors remains same as the Amaze and this means the Mobilio gets a two tone color scheme. Now while the cabin is practical and airy, for a car that sells at over 10 lakh (on-road), the design seems a bit dated. In comparison, the Ertiga is much better. However, apart from this, the Mobilio scores high points. Big windows aid visibility and there are numerous bottle and cup holders around. For example, front passengers get bottle holders in the door and cup holders ahead of the gear lever. 2nd row passengers gets both bottle and cup holders in the door (they are usable) and the last row passengers get their own cup holders and mobile phone slots.
The top end version of the Mobilio will come with features like leatherite seat covers, touch screen infotainment system, sat nav, rear camera etc. However, there is omission of functions like auto-up for driver side window, auto lock of doors, a comprehensive driver info display (only fuel economy is shown) etc. Even the audio system sound average.
The boot space on the new Honda Mobilio MPV is very spacious. With both the rear seats folded it allows you store a vase amount of luggage. With all three seats up and being used the boot space is very little. But with the last row folded you can easily take luggage for all 5 people easily.
The speedometer on the Honda Mobilio is an analog unit and looks modern and fresh.
The gear lever is easy to hold on the new Mobilio MPV. It provides adequate grip and is easy to shift gears with this unit.
Honda Mobilio MPV has cup holders infront of the gear lever. It prevents your drinks from spilling over during a drive and keeps it steady.
The Mobilio is based on the Amaze and hence looks similar when viewed from the front. However, it gets a single slot but wide chrome grille and a new front bumper that looks nice. The length of the Mobilio is also longer and this is easily noticable. Wheel size has gone up to 15-inches with 185mm width as compared to 175 for Amaze and City and at the back, the Mobilio looks pretty impressive. Overall, its a nice looking MPV and that RS version makes the exteriors look stunning.
This RS version comes with different alloys, a complete body kit, projector lamps, day time running strip etc. This version is also being offered a new color exclusive to the RS only. The Mobilio also has a lower height which makes it look car like rather than van like.
The front design is quite remarkable on the new Mobilio MPV. It has a thick strip of chrome on the front grille along with stylish tear drop shaped headlamps. It has trendy fog lamps and well styled bumper.
The rear has split tail lamps which look quite good on the new Honda Mobilio MPV. It also brings a rear spoiler and a rear windshield wiper.
The new MPV has a long wheelbase and looks elegant. The alloy wheels are beautiful and the side profile gives the Mobilio a stylish look.
The ground clearance of the new Honda Mobilio is 185mm which allows you to go over most speed breakers and potholes comfortably even when it is fully loaded.
The Honda Mobilio offers excellent performance from its 1.5-litre petrol engine that is a direct lift off from the Honda City. At 119PS, this motor puts out enough grunt to propel the MPV to serious speeeds. Infact, its a very rev happy motor and is a delight to push hard and drive fast. The petrol Mobilio is even faster than some of the sedans in its segment.
The diesel engine is the same as City and Amaze and offers very good low end juice for city use. There is enough torque flow at under 2000rpm and turbo lag is well controlled, something that the Ertiga suffers from. The diesel engine can be revved too and though it gets noisy, there is a lot of performance on tap. This engine is prone to typical diesel noise but NVH levels on the inside as well controlled.
Both the engines come mated to a standard 5-speed manual transmission
Engine & Performance Details
The Mobilio MPV has a top speed of 150 kmph.
Honda Mobilio has very good in-gear acceleration.
Mobilio MPV comes in a 5 speed manual transmission for automatic CVT in petrol while the diesel variant comes with Manual gearbox only.
Mobilio has a 1.5 liter petrol engine that makes 116 Bhp of power and the 1.5 liter diesel engine version has 100 Bhp of power.
Mobilio brings a stable chassis and suspension setup which ensures good handling capabilities. Honda has been successful in minimizing the body roll and hence it provides a compliant ride quality.
Handling Braking & Safety Details
The new MPV from Honda Mobilio offers very good handling for a vehicle of its size. It has minimal body roll and provides a compliant ride quality.
It has powerful disc brakes which provide very good bite and hence the braking performance on the Mobilio MPV is very good. It has ABS + EBD + Brake Assist for effective braking.
Safety features include child lock, Airbags, ABS + EBD, Immobilizer, Seat belts and driver seat belt reminder on the new Honda Mobilio MPV.
Honda Mobilio MPV brings ABS + EBD and Brake Assist.
New Honda Mobilio does not come with traction control.
The best part about the Mobilio when you drive is that it does not feel like a family MPV. Thanks to clever engineering and a low height, the Mobilio feels more like a car to drive in city traffic. The taller wheels have given it a high ground clearance and this is a boon for bad roads. Talking of which, the Mobilio tackles undulations pretty nicely and its only when you drive it over sharp edges do you feel the slightly stiff set-up. But this is helpful when the Mobilio is driven with a full load of 7 passengers. Spacious interiors also play a vital role in the overall comfort and further, big windows add to the airy feel. The Mobilio is also faily stable at high speeds and this is more true for the diesel version that has more weight on the front wheels. The petrol Mobilio has more vertical movement that the diesel model but as compared to the most other MPVs, the Mobilio fares very well at high speeds
Comfort & Suspension Details
Mobilio MPV provides a comfortable driving experience as the suspension on the new MPV is tweaked to provide very good ride quality.
The front suspension on the new Honda Mobilio MPV is a double wishbone suspension.
The rear suspension consists of trailing suspension.
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