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2016 Honda Brio RS is the sportiest Brio ever

2016 Honda Brio RS Facelift

Price of new Honda Brio RS starts from IDR 174.7 million (INR 8.84 lakh).

After launching the new Honda Brio facelift at the Indonesia Motor Show today, Honda Indonesia launched the sportiest version of Brio yet, 2016 Honda Brio RS. Priced from IDR 174.7 million (INR 8.84 lakh).

Though a sportier Brio, there are absolutely no changes under the hood. 2016 Honda Brio RS is powered by the same 1.2-liter iVTEC petrol four-cylinder engine which is seen onboard the standard Brio. Power output stands at 90 PS while torque generated is 110 Nm. Transmission is taken care by a CVT gearbox.

2016 Honda Brio RS Facelift

2016 Honda Brio RS Facelift

Changes on the outside include a new sportier bumper with circular fog lamps, projector headlamps with LED DRLs, piano black front grille with Honda logo and RS badging in red colour. Underlining the front grille is a thins chrome slat.

On the side, new Honda Brio RS gets stylish 16-inch machined alloys, electrically foldable wing mirrors with LED indicators. These alloys are exclusive to this variant, as the facelift receives standard 15-inch alloys. At the rear, there are body-coloured claddings on the glass tailgate along with a thick chrome strip.

Honda Brio RS Rear. Image -

Honda Brio RS Rear. Image –

On the inside, unlike the Brio Facelift, which has a dual tone finish, Brio RS gets an all black dashboard. Seats too are done up in black fabric with red stitching. Center console features a 6.2-inch colour touchscreen infotainment system, which is exclusive to this variant.

2016 Honda Brio RS Facelift

2016 Honda Brio RS Facelift

Along with this, Honda Indonesia also announced Modulo accessories. This includes exhaust pipe finisher, door visors, chrome door handle inserts, illuminated side sills, chrome garnish for wing mirrors.

2016 Honda Brio RS Facelift – Photos

2016 Honda Brio Facelift – Photos

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Sagar Patel

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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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