Originally Posted by rohansharma01
i am getting the delivery of my brio this sunday
but someone told me abt a rear impact scenario and it has got me worried
what abt those metal rods that taxi walas put?
i guess it would destroy the balance of the brio
can i be assured abt its safety in a rear impact scenario?
obviously you can be rest assured. Relax. I suggest you go ahead with the delivery.
What taxiwala metal rods are you talking about ? Didnt get you here.
Honda insists that the rear frame is sufficiently stiffened from the safety point of view, and adds that the Brio has cleared Japanese crash tests (which are supposed to be more stringent than European standards, having said that it has cleared european standards too). Moreover, You get 100% free glass insurance.
Honda boasts its hi-tech multi-directional crash test facility in Japan, where Honda Brio goes through the most stringent crash tests. Undoubtedly, Honda is one of the safest auto manufacturers in the market. The all new G-Force Control Technology (G-CON) not only reduces impact energy during a collision but also enhances handling. ABS
(Anti lock Brake System) stabilizes the vehicle while braking in order to have better control and avoid obstacles ahead whereas the EBD
distributes the work force among all four wheels based on the load on each wheel.
Welcome to TAI
rohan. There are many happy Brio owners. Join the list buddy.
Congrats on your delivery this sunday. Awaiting your ownership review with loads of snaps. I have a gut feel you have made the right choice now its all upto you how you enjoy this beauty.