2011 HONDA BRIO CITY CAR
A small city car by Honda, it’s which designed for emerging Asian markets such as India, China and Thailand. Honda’s new model measures 3,610 meters long and 1,680 meters wide, making it 290mm shorter than the Jazz supermini and only 1 centimeter narrower.
The Brio will meet the driving and lifestyle needs of people who are looking for a stylish and compact, yet spacious and fuel-efficient car that carries a brand that they can trust for its advanced and safety technologies
First as a Brio concept car, Honda today lifted the wraps off the Brio. 2011 Honda Brio powered by 1.2-liter i-VTEC engine sourced from the Jazz, which delivers 90 horsepower and an average fuel consumption of 5 liters/100 km (47 mpg US), while respecting the Euro 4 emission standards. The engine can be linked to a manual five-speed gearbox or a CVT transmission.
For Thailand, the car gets feature two front airbags, disc brakes, ABS and EBD (Electronic Brake Distribution).
GM ANNOUNCED PARTS SHORTAGE RESULTING FROM TSUNAMI IN JAPAN
Still grieving for tsunami in Japan turned negative impact on GM. General Motors announced on Thursday that is suspending production at its Shreveport Assembly in Louisiana for the week of March 21 because of a parts shortage resulting from the crisis in Japan that started with last week’s tremendous earthquake and tsunami.
GM finally decided for the Shreveport Assembly in Louisiana produces the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon compact pickup trucks.