The 2018 Honda Mobilio receives a bold new face, along with more equipment to keep it up to date.
Since its debut to our market, the Honda Mobilio has got the Filipino family’s love for its great performance and minivan versatility and space. This has allowed many drivers to use the Mobilio on a daily basis even in heavy and bad traffic. Like the model showed in Thailand earlier this year, the 2018 Mobilio gets a bold new face, along with more equipment to keep it up to date.
Now, Honda PH gives the 7-seat mini MPV a refresh by adding more style and a more premium feel. The 2018 Honda Mobilio receives a new front fascia in line with the newest offerings in Honda’s stable. It has the updated LED guide lights with new rim designs. The mid-grade 1.5 V gets a chrome grille treatment, while the top-spec 1.5 RS is spruced up by a gloss black finish. The 2018 Mobilio RS will be available in the cool new Phoenix Orange Pearl.
Honda PH gives the 7-seat mini MPV a refresh by adding more style and a more premium feel
Just like the exterior, the Honda Mobilio cabin likewise sports a few changes. The base 1.5 E MT and 1.5 V CVT, for instance, get a revised instrument cluster with blue backlight. The 1.5 V CVT is fitted with a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen interface with Bluetooth for phone and audio, as well as USB connectivity. The RS, on the other hand, now has an RS-style meter set with Orange illumination plus a rear-view camera with guidelines and a push-start system.
Being a family-friendly car, all 2018 models are packed with standard safety package which includes speed sensing automatic door locks, anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution, ISOFIX child seat anchors and dual airbags. The RS version even offers Vehicle Stability Assist and Hill Start Assist.
The 2018 Honda Mobilio receives a new front fascia in line with the newest offerings in Honda’s stable
The new 7-seat mini MPV is still powered by the familiar 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine that puts out 120 PS and 145 Nm of torque. It is mated to either a 5-speed manual (for the base model) or a continuously variable transmission. The sporty Mobilio RS variant even receives steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters for greater driver control.
The 2018 Honda Mobilio comes in three variants with the following prices: