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In Images- Honda Mobilio Interior

By Nitesh Sharma   |   30 June,2014

Honda's highly anticipated MPV, Mobilio is just a few days away from its launch in India and now Honda has also revealed the interiors of this new car. So, we decided to share these details with you so that you know before its launch what is this MPV like from inside.

Open the full size door of Honda Mobilio and you will find yourself quite familiar with its interiors. The dual tone interiors are just like what we have seen in Amaze. Front seats with integrated headrests and even the quality and texture of the material used inside is something that we have already got used to. Things are a bit different at the back though, it's a seven seater car and comes standard with adjustable headrests for second and third row.

There are reclining seats in the second row which offer the best thigh and back support. The middle row has split seating of 60:40 with the last row having 50: 50. Space at the third row is decent but lacking in thigh support while the second row is very comfortable with lots of legroom and good shoulder room.

The slim shaped seats and dashboard close to front windshield offers you impressive leg room for front and second row passengers. The smart packaging from Honda has once again proven the fact that space doesn't come from length but it comes from the way you pack the interiors.

You will be disappointed from its dashboard though which comes with quite simple controls and lacks the premium feel which you enjoy in Ertiga. This dashboard from Brio focuses on maximizing the space instead of style.

What differentiates Mobilio from its younger siblings is the new 2-Din touchscreen audio system with Bluetooth connectivity in its central console which can only be seen in the top variant though while the entry level variants will share their audio system with Amaze. The instrument cluster with Blue back lit is also new for Mobilio and adds a fresh appeal to this car. Expect Mobilio to come standard with all power windows, enough cubby holes and bottle holders.

Honda Mobilio preview video below



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