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First Look Review: Honda BR-V Prototype

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Honda has officially unveiled the prototype of the BR-V, the all-new model that will compete directly with the Hyundai Creta, Renault Duster and Mahindra XUV 500. The Honda BR-V prototype is a full-size SUV. The small 7-seater combines the utility of an SUV with the spacious interior of an MPV, although what’s even better is that the new model is geared towards the Indian market. We expect Honda India phệ showcase the BR-V at Auto Expo 2016.

Inspired by other Honda models, the design is similar phệ the Honda CR-V and even the Mobilio MPV if we look at the thick chrome grille and the interesting kink on the rear doors. . The prototype also has a high ground clearance, sturdy roof rails, LED taillights and 16-inch wheels.

Inside the cabin, Honda promises top-class space and is equipped with a Multi-information display and rear air conditioning between the first and second rows. The top-spec BR-V will also come with dual airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist and vehicle stability assist as standard.

As for the powertrain, the Indonesia-spec BR-V will have a 1.5-liter, 120-hp i-VTEC engine with a new six-speed manual transmission or a continuously variable transmission (CVT). For the Indian market, Honda India will also be equipped with a 1.5-liter diesel engine when the BR-V launches its showroom here. A second engine option is the 100-horsepower four-cylinder that currently powers the Mobilio although Honda could slightly improve the overall tweaking before making it phệ the BR-V.

Honda has officially announced that the BR-V will go on sale in Indonesia in early 2016, followed by other markets. Speaking of which, the car will likely be positioned between Mobilio and CR-V at launch time.

With its seven-seat configuration and enhanced SUV-like stance, the BR-V has a lot of potential phệ displace the other seven-seater in its segment – the Mahindra XUV 500. And at a price higher than the City sedan and range from Rs 10 lakh phệ Rs 14 lakh, Honda should be able phệ find a large number of potential compact SUV buyers.

Interior photo source: autonetmagz

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Honda has officially presented a prototype model of the BR-V, an all-new car that will be a direct rival phệ the Hyundai Creta, Renault Duster and the Mahindra XUV 500. The Honda BR-V prototype is a seven-seater compact SUV that combines the utility of an SUV with the spacious interior of an MPV, although what’s even better is the fact that this new model is headed for the Indian market. We expect Honda India phệ showcase the BR-V at the 2016 Auto Expo.
Taking inspiration from other Honda models, the design echoes the Honda CR-V and even the Mobilio MPV if we look at the thick chrome grille and the window-line which gets an interesting kink on the rear door. The prototype also features a high ground clearance, sturdy looking roof rails, LED taillights and 16-inch wheels.
Inside the cabin, Honda is promising class-leading levels of space and features a multi-Information display and rear air conditioner between the first and second row seats. The top-spec BR-V will also come with dual airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist and vehicle stability assist as standard.
In terms of drivetrain, the Indonesian-spec BR-V will get a 120bhp, 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine with either a new 6-speed manual gearbox or a continuously variable transmission (CVT). As for the Indian market, Honda India will also plonk in a 1.5-litre diesel unit when the BR-V hits the showroom here. The latter engine option is the same 100bhp four cylinder unit that currently powers the Mobilio although Honda could improve the overall refinement a bit before putting it in the BR-V.
Honda has made it official that the BR-V will go on sale in Indonesia in early 2016, followed by other markets. Speaking of which, the car is likely phệ be positioned in between the Mobilio and the CR-V at the time of the launch.
Given its seven-seater configuration and the SUV-like elevated stance, the BR-V holds a lot of potential phệ take on the other seven-seater offering in its segment – the Mahindra XUV 500. And with prices higher than that of the City sedan and ranging between Rs 10 lakh phệ Rs 14 lakh, Honda should be able phệ find a big chunk of potential compact SUV buyers.

Interior image source: autonetmagz
Honda BR-V
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#Review #Honda #BRV #Prototype
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Honda has officially presented a prototype model of the BR-V, an all-new car that will be a direct rival phệ the Hyundai Creta, Renault Duster and the Mahindra XUV 500. The Honda BR-V prototype is a seven-seater compact SUV that combines the utility of an SUV with the spacious interior of an MPV, although what’s even better is the fact that this new model is headed for the Indian market. We expect Honda India phệ showcase the BR-V at the 2016 Auto Expo.
Taking inspiration from other Honda models, the design echoes the Honda CR-V and even the Mobilio MPV if we look at the thick chrome grille and the window-line which gets an interesting kink on the rear door. The prototype also features a high ground clearance, sturdy looking roof rails, LED taillights and 16-inch wheels.
Inside the cabin, Honda is promising class-leading levels of space and features a multi-Information display and rear air conditioner between the first and second row seats. The top-spec BR-V will also come with dual airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist and vehicle stability assist as standard.
In terms of drivetrain, the Indonesian-spec BR-V will get a 120bhp, 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine with either a new 6-speed manual gearbox or a continuously variable transmission (CVT). As for the Indian market, Honda India will also plonk in a 1.5-litre diesel unit when the BR-V hits the showroom here. The latter engine option is the same 100bhp four cylinder unit that currently powers the Mobilio although Honda could improve the overall refinement a bit before putting it in the BR-V.
Honda has made it official that the BR-V will go on sale in Indonesia in early 2016, followed by other markets. Speaking of which, the car is likely phệ be positioned in between the Mobilio and the CR-V at the time of the launch.
Given its seven-seater configuration and the SUV-like elevated stance, the BR-V holds a lot of potential phệ take on the other seven-seater offering in its segment – the Mahindra XUV 500. And with prices higher than that of the City sedan and ranging between Rs 10 lakh phệ Rs 14 lakh, Honda should be able phệ find a big chunk of potential compact SUV buyers.

Interior image source: autonetmagz
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