2017 Honda Mobilio facelift: Thai pricing and specs

2017 Honda Mobilio facelift: Thai pricing and specs

B-segment MPV receives some mild exterior and interior design tweaks, more features and unchanged prices in S and V forms.

Honda Automobiles Thailand has launched a revised version of the Mobilio featuring design tweaks and upgraded specification as part of the vehicle’s mid-life update.

Exterior changes include new grille, headlamp, LED light and 15-inch wheel design. Like in the pre-facelift model, there’s the RS version featuring a sportier-looking face and bespoke bumpers and wheels.

Interior alterations in Honda’s B-segment MPV comprise of a restyled console to accommodate 6.1-inch infotainment screen and multi-information display. Added features comprise of keyless start and go, automatic air-conditioning system and self-illuminating meters.

The petrol engine remains the same: E85-capable 117hp 1.5-litre unit that’s hooked up to a CVT automatic transmission. The manual gearbox variant has been dropped from the range.

Like before, the Mobilio can be had with either five or seven seats. The five-seat S goes for 659,000 baht, while the seven-seat V asks for 699,000 baht. Both have unchanged prices. The RS, meanwhile, is 12,000 baht dearer at 763,000 baht.

The two key rivals for the Mobilio include Suzuki Ertiga (655,000-735,000 baht) and Toyota Avanza (640,000-729,000 baht). Toyota also has the Sienta that stands out with sliding doors, hence the higher 750,000-825,000 baht price range.

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