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Old 29th September 2016, 16:05   #1591
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Honda killed the previous gen Brio with exorbitant pricing and I hope they won't do the same again!
Going by the history, all Honda cars are almost always priced at the higher end of the segment spectrum, and always more than equivalent competition.

I do not expect anything different this time.
In any case, it is just a facelift and will not see much changes in prices. Any material reduction in prices is not on cards..
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Does anyone here know what the exact part numbers for the stock Honda Brio shockers are? I would have loved to replace my stock shockers with Bilstein B6 on stock springs, but I don't know the part numbers. Are the shocks in our Brio the same as that of the Jazz or the Fit (internationally) or are the mounting points different?
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Does anyone here know what the exact part numbers for the stock Honda Brio shockers are? I would have loved to replace my stock shockers with Bilstein B6 on stock springs, but I don't know the part numbers. Are the shocks in our Brio the same as that of the Jazz or the Fit (internationally) or are the mounting points different?
Afaik jazz and brio shocks are interchangeable!
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Does anyone here know what the exact part numbers for the stock Honda Brio shockers are? I would have loved to replace my stock shockers with Bilstein B6 on stock springs, but I don't know the part numbers. Are the shocks in our Brio the same as that of the Jazz or the Fit (internationally) or are the mounting points different?
Please do share your feedback ones you get the B6 as I am also looking to upgrade in my Brio but it is not on the cards soon. I need to understand the tangible benefits before I invest too much on it.
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Despite it being one of the easiest vehicles to backup, I feel adding a reverse camera would add substantially to the utility of the Brio AT for my parents. Can anyone recommend a good unit, preferably with the display integrated into the IRVM ? Honda sells one priced rather steeply (IIRC, ~18k) , replaces the HU and is manufactured by mapmyindia. The accessories brochure on the website does mention something similar to what I have in mind, but it talks about sensors and not a camera.
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Hi Guys, I need your help on a peculiar behaviour that my Honda Brio has.

When I press the clutch lever to change gears (foot off the accelerator pedal), the rpm needle rises a fair bit and falls down. I have to wait to release the clutch till this happens, else the car jerks ahead as it is at higher rpm. This is more prominent when I am doing a spirited drive shifting fast and quick at a little higher rpms. Any one else faced this issue ? It is not a show-stopper but really robs the fun of shifting fast.
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Nope..haven't faced such issue on my Brio. I have clocked 29k on the odometer so far..my only complaint is the gear shift is not smooth..could be better.
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