Honda BR-V Highlights
Honda BR-V is one of the most affordable, seven-seater entry-level SUV from the Japanese carmakers. It remains built on the same platform as Brio, and target those customers who wish to own an advanced Honda SUV below Rs 15 lakh. Externally BR-V features a contemporary design with swept-back headlamps and bold dual chrome slats set amidst a honeycomb grille. In the lower end of the bumper, you get two sporty fog lamps with chrome surrounds. Honda has offered an SUV-like feel to the BR-V by installing black plastic cladding all around the body. At the rear end, there is a visibly striking single unit wrap-around tail lamps attracting all the attention.
The interior of the BR-V looks premium in an all-black theme with a hint of chrome on the dashboard and the areas surrounding the AC vents. The interior styling resembles the fresh Amaze in many ways. The dashboard features a large and clearly visible three-pod instrument cluster and an infotainment system with Bluetooth compatibility for telephony and audio streaming. The seating arrangement is also comfortable and spacious with enough room, even in the third rows. Occupants do not feel fatigued or drained out on long journeys when they have a BR-V as their travel partner. The SUV gets propelled by a 1.5-litre engine in both the fuel version. The petrol motor generates 117 bhp along with 145 Nm peak torque, while the diesel one can pumps out 98bhp along with 200Nm of torque. The upscale petrol trim also remains equipped with a 6-speed CVT. Finally, BR-V is a comfortable 7-seater SUV at an affordable price range.