You are life savior. I want to ask you about some detailed question.
Are you running on petrol or have you fitted CNG in Brio?
CNG conversion in Brio is successful or not?
These mileage figures are average of long reading or up till now you have not driven so much in Brio?
I have heard that AC is not so much powerful and some says it is powerful/comfortable by reviewing online thread so please give your opinion. Please note that Ahmedabad/Gujarat is very hot in Summer.
Honda's spares are costly but is it running long enough or same running as Wagon R spares?
For Celerio I have already discussed with 2 MASS service persons and who is friend of mine in early days have informed that Wagon R old is best than new Wagon R comes with 1000 CC engine. But Celerio is not made upto mark as per build quality and it is mainly focused for automatic gear transmission. So if you want cheap AGT then go for celerio otherwise stick to Wagon R.
Now I will again tell you my scenario. I am in marketing line so I am taking car for office use. my driving will be as follows:
70% traveling will be alone on highways or city outside skirts as industries are mostly outside.
20% traveling will be will be with my wife for some shopping or picnic kind of stuff
10% traveling will be involved with relatives
Now I am not able to take a car with ABS
and airbag because of budget but at least I can do to take car which is strong enough and having good reinforced structure to prevent me and front passengers as much as possible in case some accidents happen.
In this scenario I have seen Wagon R and Brio. Wagon R built quality is not as good as Brio so that is why I prefer for Brio.
On practical side if I am not getting mileage as per expectation then I can do CNG conversion in Brio and mostly time I am traveling alone so Boot space is not required so much. so that is the reason I am slightly shifting to Brio more than Wagon R.
Please refer and reply as soon as possible. Thanks again for giving precious time for reply.