Take A Look At The Facelifted 2024 Honda Brio

Take A Look At The Facelifted 2024 Honda Brio

This is the 2024 Honda Brio, and it's taking on the all-new Toyota Wigo once both models finally reach the Philippines.

The 2024 Honda Brio has just been unveiled in Indonesia, where the supermini hatchback is engineered and produced. With the reveal of the facelifted Brio, it’s only a matter of time before this model also hits Philippine showrooms.

Take A Look At The Facelifted 2024 Honda Brio

Take A Look At The Facelifted 2024 Honda Brio

As ever, the Brio is still going to be sold in two versions–a standard model and a sporty RS variant. From the outside, the facelifted 2024 Honda Brio has an enlarged mesh grille, a new bumper design, and new alloy wheels–14 inches in the non-RS and 15 inches for the RS. What makes the RS more special are its LED headlights (though LED daytime running lights are offered as standard), smart entry with push-button start, black mirrors and rear spoiler, as well as more interior features which we’ll talk about later.

Speaking of the interior, the overall design remains largely unchanged. All variants come with an all-black interior, digital AC controls, and a new 7-inch touch screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The RS, on the other hand, gets a new instrument cluster design with a multi-information display.

Engines for the Brio remain the same. It still comes with a 1.2-liter four-cylinder i-VTEC engine as before, which means it produces 90 hp and 110 Nm of torque. It’s either equipped with a 5-speed manual or a CVT.

With the new 2024 Honda Brio, the Japanese automaker is keen to keep the spotlight away from the recently-launched new Toyota Wigo, which is also rumored to arrive in the Philippines this year. With the Brio now revealed to the public, are you looking forward to Honda’s subcompact hatch, or have you already decided to wait for the Wigo instead?

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