A class A universal hatchback segment has a new choice of Honda Brio. What makes Honda’s model discussed the most is the price from 418 million VND, higher than competitors of 400 million VND or more like VinFast Fadil, Toyota Wigo or Hyundai Grand i10. In this article, to help you consider and consider the choice between these 4 models, we will quickly compare the parameters as well as the equipment of the highest versions: Brio RS, Fadil Premium, Wigo G 1.2 AT and Grand i10 1.2 AT.
First of all, the Brio RS is priced at 448 million VND for the 1-color version and 452 for the 2-tone version (black painted roof). In addition, when choosing stylish orange and passionate red, Brio’s price will add 2 million more. However, the title of the most expensive model in the segment will change owners from September 1 when VinFast Fadil price will return to the listed price of VND 465.3 million. In the present, Fadil is entitled to a discount of VND 394.9 million plus a Premium option package costing VND 77 million. Meanwhile, the two highest versions of Toyota Wigo and Hyundai Grand i10 have much more accessible prices, respectively 405 and 402 million.
In terms of design, I probably like the Honda Brio sports style. The car is well-proportioned, not as round and plump as the other competitors. In the exterior equipment section, all four models use Halogen lamps like the Wigo G 1.2 AT with a Projector bulb. Two models using 15 “alloy wheels are Premium Brio RS and Fadil, while the Wigo and i10 are still equipped with 14” size wheels.
Currently, Honda Brio and VinFast Fadil are two rare models at prices below 500 million with infotainment system supporting Apple CarPlay connection. This equipment is very useful because you can connect cars and iPhones to listen to music, listen to phone calls and use Google Maps to guide Vietnamese language. At the same time, these two models outperform the Wigo and Grand i10 when having an automatic air conditioner. In return, Hyundai’s model is the only name in this group that has a smart key and a starter button.
Motor of VinFast Fadil
VinFast Fadil is still the strongest model in the segment with 1.4-liter 4-cylinder engine in line, maximum capacity of 98 hp and maximum torque of 128 Nm. The engines of all four models have variable valve technology, but the most outstanding is the 1.2L code 3NR-VE engine of Toyota Wigo with Dual VVT-i dual variable valve system for both intake and valves. discharge. At the same time, Fadil Premium Edition’s power / weight ratio reached 97.5 horsepower / ton, slightly better than the Wigo G 1.2 AT (96.6 hp / ton) and Honda Brio RS (94, 5 horsepower / ton).
Brio and Fadil continue to pair with each other when equipped with gearbox standard for CVT. The two most advanced versions of the Wigo and i10 use a 4-speed automatic transmission. Left, four models are almost identical to the front-wheel drive, electric power steering, front / rear suspension configuration respectively, McPherson / dependent beams.
Despite being an expensive version, the safety of Brio is very basic with 2 airbags, ABS / EBD brakes, no reverse sensors and reversing camera. As for Fadil, VinFast is equipped with a standard safety hatchback series which is very impressive compared to other models in the same segment: ESC electronic balance, TSC traction control, HSA steep climbing support. In addition, with the additional package, Fadil Premium Edition has 6 additional airbags and reversing camera.
More details on parameters and equipment of 4 models can be found in the following comparison table:
Detailed photos of Honda Brio RS
Detailed photos High-end VinFast Fadil
Picture of Toyota Wigo G 1.2 AT
Photo of Hyundai Grand i10