The first of the Honda cars in India, launched with the diesel heart might come with some changes in the new version. The New Mobilio was launched in Indonesia with very little changes to the interiors, the Amaze should borrow the same changes and the Brio should follow it, which has been waiting for a facelift.
New Honda Mobilio Images
The dashboard is toned down compared to the BR-V and the instrument cluster is borrowed from the design of the City and Jazz. One of the concerns in the current model, which was sorely missed was the climate control in the cabin, and this has been taken care of in the new model.
The Mobilio also appears to sport the City's rectangular air-con vents that sit just above the 6.1-inch touchscreen multimedia unit (lower variants get a single or double DIN radio unit instead). The Audio-Video-Navigation (AVN) should continue in the same design and the steering wheel too has been untouched, this will be the same in the BR-V.
Only the petrol engine variants were launched in Indonesia, which is powered by 1.2-liter i-VTEC engine, however, India will have both petrol and the diesel versions, while diesel will be powered by the 1.5-liter i-DTEC diesel.