Honda Mobilio TVC highlights space and mileage: Bookings open
Set to be launched by the end of July, new Honda Mobilio bookings have officially opened, as stated in their new TVC. Promising to undercut competition coming from Maruti Ertiga, Toyota Innova, Nissan Evalia, and Chevrolet Enjoy quarters, the Honda Mobilio is India’s most fuel efficient MPV.
With Kapil Sharma endorsing Mobilio, Honda has made sure that attention of every auto aficionado in the country has been captured. Now, as bookings open officially, Honda has revealed yet another ad. Though this time it does not feature Mr Sharma, it does tell you a lot more about the car.
To be offered in both petrol and diesel engine options, the soon to be launched Mobilio has been designed keeping in mind internal space and mileage. In a three row seating arrangement, space is at a premium due to scooped seat backs that contribute to more knee room, curved dashboard for passenger legroom, concave door linings for added side space and redesigned roof lining for comfortable head clearance. Boot space is extensive, capable of occupying supplementary baggage, making the Mobilio ideal for long distance travel.
Pre bookings have opened at company dealerships on a down payment of INR 50,000, delivery periods could vary depending on variant and color. Safety features on board Honda Mobilio will include ABS and EBD, besides dual front airbags, steering mounted audio controls and electrically adjustable wing mirrors. A 6.1” infotainment system with reverse camera and faux wood center panel will also be present while the Mobilio goes on sale later this month at an expected price between INR 7-12 lakhs.
Further read – Honda Mobilio Review: Stylish 7 Seater Petrol and Deisel MPV
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