On the 23rd of November, Honda carmaker revealed the new Brio Amaze in Bangkok. The model is an eco-car sedan powered by an all-new 1.2-liter engine. Thailand is actually the first Asian country to introduce this innovation. The new Honda Brio Amaze is the 10th model in the Honda 2012 lineup and the second eco car developed by the manufacturer. The model has a design based on the Smart Micro Limousine concept, but also has different influences from the Man Maximum Machine Minimum approach offered by Honda.
On the outside it has a special character lines from front to rear, enhanced by a sporty chrome grille bumpers in the same color as the body, making it easier to recognize. The interior of the new Honda Brio Amaze has a large rear luggage storage compartment that is always ready for any journey.
As mentioned above, the model receives power from a 1.2-liter 4-cylinder 16-valve SOHC i-VTEC engine capable of generating 90 horsepower. The car is friendly to the environment in accordance with the Euro 4 standard. In terms of safety, know that the engineers have offered a rack and pinion and electric power steering system that improves the maneuverability. The specialists have also provided a G-CON steel safety body structure, Anti-lock Braking System, Electronic Brake Distribution, but also an intelligent i-SRS for the driver and a SRS airbag system for the passenger. All these provide protection from side and front impact. Other elements offered include a remote key, 2 DIN audio system, and USB connector, rear armrests with nine cup holders and AUX for peripherals.
The carmaker offered the new Brio Amaze in four variants: the S MT priced at 454.000 Baht, the S AT priced at 493.000 Baht, the V MT priced at 482.000 Baht, and in the end we have the V AT priced at 521.000 Baht.
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