The platform of Brio seems making lucky charm for the Honda and to be true the newly launched Amaze is the answer to all of our claims. Moreover, some days back there were talks going on in industry that Honda may also launch MPV based on Brio platform soon after the launch of Amaze, and now we think it is the right time to expect something like this from Japanese stable. Well, no to disappointment, our eyes roving in the air had captured the rendered images of “upcoming” Japanese MPV. We had mentioned word ‘upcoming’ in this article because there is a strong inclination for the particular model plate to be rolled out at a near future on our local shores.
The image which one can see over here is created by Geijutsutekinotenshi on Deviant Art and had used same nose of its younger sibling, whilst of the tail and head lamps sharing almost similar cues too. Those Z-stretching lines on sides and also the big bulging bumpers on rear makes us feel notches to that of last generation CR-V which is also having the identical outers but fleshed in a thick metal sheet for the sophistication and also value delivered for the money asked.
As learnt, the MPV will share same 1.5L of Amaze on initial stage, where one can expect petrol on the latter years of launch. Fuel efficiency and durability are the main factors which this carmaker has to observe minutely on the bespoken metal, and also the costing factor to make a frugal standing in down the line horizon. Talking about competition, it was revealed, Maruti Ertiga will be an immediate rival for this Honda offering that had already done good with the sales figure in initial stage and is proving better performance now too.
Any of the official confirmations about MPV launch hadn’t been delivered from house of carmaker but some days back one of the publications have reported, Mr. Jnaneswar Sen, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Honda India, was seen talking about the same on launch of Amaze. It is the only time brewed factor which will show real picture to us in future, and hopefully we think Fiat’s 1.3L Multijet diesel is also nowadays looking outdated to grip hold the market in its stride, which the new Honda 1.5L i-DTEC is making right moves in competition for the further scope of industry, where cubic centimeters (cc) of an engine does matters a lot unlike to that of high power delivered in low capacity used in present generation’s jag.