The new top-end variant of the Brio hatchback is being offered in both manual and automatic guise.
The Central Board of Excise & Customs is certainly not happy with Honda, it has given the Japanese carmaker a notice demanding Rs 164 crores as excise ...
The prices have been hiked to offset the cost of on board diagnostic compliance changes (OBDC).
Amaze makes an online debut as Honda India launches an Amaze specific website.
To be effective from January 2013.
At the Thailand Motor Show, Honda showcases two accessorized Brio's.
Consisting of a set of styling and interior updates, the Modulo pack is available from Honda Thailand.
The 1.5-litre i-DTEC engine powering the Amaze will be the first of the engines to roll out from the upcoming facility.
The base petrol variant has been launched in the Thai market at Rs 8.19 lakh approximately.