Dubbed the Brilliant Style edition, the car is based on the middle-range Hybrid X variant that is equipped with Honda's Sensing suite of driver assistance systems. To differentiate from the rest of the variants, the car has been given some new colour choices and additional equipment.
These new add-ons include the new the roof rails, chrome-trimmed side sills and a hard board in the boot to protect against rough usage. The 17-inch wheels and LED fog light that can be found on the higher-end Hybrid Z also make their way into the Brilliant Style edition.Buyers will also be able to choose between three additional colour options - pearl yellow, metallic amethyst red, and metallic midnight blue.
The upgrades may not sound like much, but considering it is Japan's best selling crossover for the past three years, we doubt there is a need for Honda to change a proven formula.