Honda Car India has stopped production of the Brio, company’s entry-level hatchback.
With this decision, Honda India’s another brand, Amaze has become the company's entry level car for the Indian market. As an entry-level hatchback, Brio had brought in a facelift of the car in 2016. But still, the sales statistics of the brand was not appealing.
"As of now, we do not intend to bring next generation Brio into India," Rajesh Goel, Senior Vice President and Director (Sales and Marketing), Honda Cars India said.
Right now, in the car market in India both SUVs and sub 4 metre sedans are getting more prominence. Honda’s Amaze belongs to this category with a good response
The Brio was launched in India in September 2001 and till date 97,000 units have been sold. (UNI)