Are you looking to buy a Honda Brio? You do not have to be a Honda fanatic to appreciate what a pre-owned Honda Brio has to offer. The Honda Brio is a robust but funky little car, bereft of a boot, but decently spec’d and economical to run. Making it a favourite among first-time car buyers in the market to buy a Honda Brio but considering Honda’s reputation for building reliable quality vehicles – people will happily skip over the new car showroom floor in search of a mint-condition second-hand Honda Brio.
If you want to buy a Honda Brio, there are two questions you need to ask yourself, the first question is, where can I buy a used Honda Brio for sale near me? And How much is a Honda Brio? Two questions that can be answered with one search result – on our Surf4cars website. There you will find a nearby dealership in stock of a second-hand Honda Brio, along with the price and the different payment options: cash, finance or trade-in. A much older 2013 Honda Brio 1.2l Comfort for sale can set you back at R69 995, a used 2015 Honda Brio 1.2l Trend – R89 995 - and a later model, a low-mileage 2019 pre-owned Honda Brio Trend for sale will cost you R114 900. The Honda Brio represents excellent value-for-money; a sensible purchase with peace-of-mind that you know what you are buying. If it is a good condition pre-owned Honda Brio you are looking for, Surf4cars wants to be help facilitate your search and become your go-to vehicle dealership portal of choice.
The Honda Brio is somewhat of a fresh face to the used car market. It first debuted in South Africa in December of 2012 – which has created an immense demand in the used car market for the little suburban warrior. Despite its short-wheel base and compact dimensions, seen through the eyes of any current or former Brio owner, it offers brilliant driving comfort, brisk maneuverability, thanks to its light-steering circle and soft suspension. Inasmuch as the Brio’s 1.2l, 4-cylinder I-VTEC engine produces a diminutive 66kw of power, sent to the front-wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox putting down 110nm of torque – its light-weight body design makes it a nippy car to drive in-and-around town. Heralding an impressive fuel consumption of 5.4l/100km. Thus, implying it is well suited for both young and old alike. With a variety of pre-facelift and facelift models to choose from a line-up of used Honda Brio for sale – every pre-owned Honda Brio Comfort trim-model features AUX/USB MP3 compatible audio sound-system, steering-wheel mounted audio controls, Bluetooth hands-free cellphone connectivity, air-conditioning and electric-windows. Rear legroom could be a bit of a challenge for much taller passengers, but sturdy body-shell, ABS/EBD and dual-airbags make one of the safest people carriers. From the choice of used Honda Brio for sale under consideration on our Surf4cars website, a second-hand Honda Brio would be a sensible choice for a varsity student – even for an elderly couple who have recently downscaled who need both the reliability and practicality of a small car to drive them from point-A to point-B.
In the new car market the Honda Brio faced stiff competition with its rather boring beige interior – the car was aimed at attracting more mature buyer which it did but in not in big numbers, including the facelift or updated models also failed to get the attention of a younger first-time car-buyers. But here lies the irony, a pre-owned Honda Brio is among both the most stand-out of second-hand cars and sought-after in the used car market.