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Old 24th April 2012, 18:45   #16
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Congrats on your buy. Nice write up.
Can you share a pic of rear power windows button also?
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Can you share a pic of rear power windows button also?
Here is a picture of the same from Anshuman's review
http://www.team-bhp.com/carpics/Hond...da-brio-12.jpg
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Old 24th April 2012, 19:42   #18
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Congratulations

It is such a beautiful small car. Its looking quite nice in White I must say. Just yesterday I saw a VW Up! in white on the street (here in Sweden) and instantly I thought about Brio (small car with a big glass hatch door).

Wish you lots of happy and hassle-free (which is a given, that it is a Honda) time with it.
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Old 24th April 2012, 20:31   #19
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Here is a picture of the same from Anshuman's review
http://www.team-bhp.com/carpics/Hond...da-brio-12.jpg
interesting! How does it operate?
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interesting! How does it operate?
Easy. Just have to press, rather push the small black switch downwards to lower the windows and push it upwards to close them.
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@Nomasila, congratulations on buying one of the easiest to drive, and cute looking hatch. We have been looking at all the hatches and Brio easily comes on top as compared to others. Its so much more fun to drive in the city because of its small size and decent space inside.

I am sure you will have a long peaceful ownership with a Honda.
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@Nomasila: Congratulations on the new set of wheels. Please keep feeding us with your experience. My wife has eyes set on Brio , She is planning to buy it Urban Titanium S(o) MT.

Being a Current honda owner I can safely say stick to service & maintenance schedule you will have many great years of ownership.
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Congrats bro.. we need to have a Brio Meet in NCR soon.. hehehe..
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What do you think of upsizing the rims to the Jazz X size with lower profile tires? I checked and it seems the wheel hubs are the same.
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The Brio does not have seat adjustment, do feel that stearing adjust works best if the seat height can also be changed.

Right now, changing the stearing position did not make a huge difference to driving comfort for me
Hello Nomasila,
I guess its been a month now since you got your Brio... Great choice and nice pics.

How's it coming along one month into your ownership? How was the first service etc.? Would be great to hear your experiences thus far.

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Congrats on your car, i am sure you must be loving the H-factor..
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Really a cute car at a too much adorable price, which can really sway any of the Diesel car seeker.
Congrats on your purchase.
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Many congratulations on the Brio! I totally agree with your point in the initial part of the review regarding less hype about the Brio. The other day,sales guys from Crystal Honda ( a dealer here in Pune) had put up a stall in our office showcasing the Brio. When I took a test drive, it really does drive well, when it comes to looks, believe me it's a head turner and I was really surprised (pleasantly mind you!) with the interior space in a car of it's size!!!

Overall, great choice and wishing you many happy miles!!!!
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