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    About The Honda Mobilio

    Introduction

    Honda is a Japanese carmaker that makes the seven-seater Honda Mobilio. The first version of the Mobilio, which was built between 2001 and 2008, is the second series of the Honda Small Max and incorporates the i-DSI engine from Honda’s Global Small Platform. The Mobilio was replaced by the Honda Freed, which debuted in May 2008.

    First Generation

    A little 1.5L MPV vehicle designed with leisure activities in mind is the Honda Mobilio. The Mobilio Spike, Honda’s second Small Max series vehicle, debuted in Japan in September 19, 2002. It was offered for sale at Honda Verno dealer sites in Japan as a result of its external marketing strategy.

    Honda claims that the Mobilio, with a fuel rating of 17.2 km/L, has the best performance in the 7-passenger vehicle category. After the Honda Freed was introduced in May 2008, the Mobilio was discontinued. The Mobilio has a large cargo space that is 6.09 feet (1.86 meters) deep and 3.6 feet (1.10 meters) high, and it can be set up in 5 different modes: utility, long, twin, refresh, and adjustment. The cargo layout is adaptable, and there are 2 sliding doors—one on each side.

    The 1.5L VTEC engine is built for efficiency and power. The Mobilio is recognized as a “extremely low emission” car by the Ministry of Transport of Japan. The Honda Multimatic S is another function included in the Mobilio Spike (CVT). It has a 7-speed mode and is a new generation CVT from Honda.

    It has three driving modes: CVT, 7-speed auto shift, and 7-speed manual shift. There is also four-wheel drive available. For improved collision safety, the Mobilio Spike has Honda’s G-CON (G-force Control) technology.

    In collisions occurring at 55 km/h in front, 64 km/h in front offset, 55 km/h on the side, and 50 km/h on the back, passengers are protected by the vehicle’s body. To further improve safety in actual crashes, Honda has created its very own car crash testing program, which includes a frontal offset collision at a 50% angle with a 2 ton class car going at 50 km/h.

    Almost all interior injection molded components are constructed of olefin resin to promote recyclability. This contributes to an overall car recycling rate of over 90% when combined with other strategies.

    2nd Generation

    The second generation Mobilio, which is based on the Honda Brio, made its debut in South Africa in October 2014. The third generation Honda Jazz, which is also utilized by the Honda BR-V, and the New Honda Mobilio’s dashboard design are similar in style. The New Honda Mobilio was unveiled in January 2016 with these updates.

    Specifications

    The 1.5L L15Z1 i-VTEC 16 valve engine in the Honda Mobilio produces 118 PS @ 6600 RP and 14.8 Nm at 4600 RP. The fuel delivery system makes use of PGM-FI technology, which allows for maximum energy output while using less fuel. The front suspension is a MacPherson strut, while the rear suspension is an H-shape torsion beam.

    Mobilio RS

    PT Honda Prospect Motor debuted a sportier version of the Mobilio RS on June 19, 2014. The more extreme RS model has a sportier body kit, projector headlights with DRL (daytime running lights), sporty 15-inch wheels, silver roof trim, a full black interior, matte silver door handles, a speed sensor door lock, a tweeter, steering audio, and double door insulation to further insulate the interior.

    When compared to the Prestige version, this adjustment is highly substantial. The Polished Metal Metallic and Modern Steel Metallic colors of the RS version have been replaced with Carnelian Red Pearl and With the exception of the Premium Blue Pearl, the regular Mobilio is also available with either a 5-speed manual or a CVT powertrain.

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