Mobilio Specs & FeaturesHonda Mobilio Specs
Key specifications & features of the Honda Mobilio. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
- Gasoline / 1497 cc
- Child Safety Locks
- Side Impact Beams
- Rear Seat Belts
- Front Impact Beams
Honda Mobilio Price List
Honda Mobilio price starts at ₱895,000 and goes upto ₱1.08 Million. Checkout Mobilio price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available.
Honda Mobilio Latest Updates
This compact MUV by Honda has gained quite a lot of popularity in the market, thanks to the generous amount of space it offers to its passengers along with refined performance. The facelifted version of the Mobilio gets some new features on the inside as well as some design changes on the exterior that include a deeper front apron and a new rear bumper kit. Under the hood, the Mobilio is powered by a 1.5-litre SOHC, i-VTEC four-cylinder, 16 valve engine that delivers a power output of 118 hp and a torque of 145 Nm. The safety of the passengers is ensured by dual airbags, Anti-lock Braking System with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, seatbelt reminders, and ISOFIX mounts. The Honda Mobilio is offered in three variants in the market – the 1.5 E MT (Php 895,000), 1.5 V CVT (Php 968,000) and 1.5 RS Navi CVT (Php 1.08 Million).
Honda Mobilio Pros & Cons
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No daytime running lights (DRLs)
No cruise control
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Honda Mobilio Review
Honda Mobilio Overview
Honda is a well-established automotive brand in the Philippines, and is probably well known for its vast portfolio of sedans, and lately, dominating the highly contested MPV segment. The face-lifted, second-generation Mobilio which takes inspirational cues from the Brio is more than ready to make waves in the 7-seater MPV territory as a family car that can perform just above par without sacrificing safety and riding comfort.
Honda Mobilio Interior
Inside the Honda Mobilio is an ergonomically designed cabin for a more relaxing drive. The length of the dashboard and instrument panel plus the steering wheel are all in black. In fact, most of the interior space is painted black for a more masculine, sporty feel. Chrome accent trims on the dashboard and the steering wheel breaks the monotonous color. There’s a 7-inch infotainment screen at the center with navigation and audio streaming but does not have phone mirroring capabilities. And though the Mobilio has rear AC vents with independent controls, some users complain that it still could need a bit of a boost in power.
Another thing that the Mobilio got going is the interior space which was maximized for hauling people and organizing clutter. There’s a lot of cubbies to stow away stuff. From the seatback pockets to inner door panels, to the center console and sides of the third-row seats, there are enough storage space and cup holders to hold drinks, gadgets, and small items. And although this Honda MPV does not have any leather seat options, the seats can be reconfigured easily to fit both cargo and passenger needs.
Honda Mobilio Exterior
Some might say that the Mobilio exterior is classic or mature looking, but mostly, it’s a bit bland and too sedan-looking. The front façade has the curvy bonnet you’ expect of a car with a muted black matte front grille flanked by angled LED headlights without daytime running lights (DRLs) though it tries to make up for it with guide lights. On the lower bumper is a matching air dam with round fog lights on either side for better visibility when driving in the dark, fog, or dusty roads. On the sides are turn signal lights on the door mirrors for added safety. At the rear, the Mobilio manages to look like an SUV with its dominant rear spoiler with stop lamp. All in all, however, the Mobilio lacks the same ruggedness and robust built that you’d expect on a five-seater crossover or a mid-size 7-seater SUV.
Honda Mobilio Ride & Handling
When it comes to driving performance, the Honda Mobilio can easily pick up a decent speed. Since it is meant to be a family hauler and not built for the race tracks, going from zero to 100 kmph takes approximately 13 seconds. On higher speed, the driver could feel the steering a bit heavier for stability. For riding comfort, the Mobilio is cozy enough to fit a small family with small children preferably seated in the third row since they need smaller legroom and for added safety since the nearest exit doors are located on the second row.
Honda Mobilio Engine & Fuel Consumption
All variants of the Mobilio is powered by a Chain Drive SOHC i-VTEC 4 cylinders, 16-valve gasoline engine that produces 120 PS of power at 6,600 rpm and 145 Nm of peak torque at 4,600 rpm. The Euro 4 compliant engine is mated to either a 5-speed manual transmission or a Honda patent highly advanced Earth Dreams Technology Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). The engine uses a Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) supply system with 42 L tank capacity. In terms of fuel efficiency, the Mobilio can run 12.4 km per liter in standard conditions.
Honda Mobilio Braking & Safety
For safety, the Mobilio—just like in any other vehicle on the Honda portfolio, safety is a priority for the automaker. This Honda MPV gets a ventilated disc and drum brakes for the front and rear respectively. It also gets loaded with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Anti-lock Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), Multi-view Reverse Camera, and speed-sensing locks.
Honda Mobilio Verdict
The Honda Mobilio is a great family car to drive around the city and maybe on a short weekend adventure. The maneuverability and performance of this vehicle make it easy to drive either on tight urban traffic or when cruising on a highway. The safety features, cabin layout, and stability of the car only add to its advantage.