Honda BR-V Summary
|No of Gears||6 Gears|
|Kerb Weight||1199 kg|
Honda BR-V Price List in India
Honda BR-V price start at ₹ 9.53 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 13.83 Lakh. Check out the entire Honda BR-V variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Honda BR-V new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date BR-V four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Honda BR-V Variants Price
|BR-V Variants||Ex-showroom Price|
|1497 cc, Petrol, 15.4 kmpl||₹ 9.53 Lakh|
|1497 cc, Petrol, 15.4 kmpl||₹ 10.53 Lakh|
|1497 cc, Petrol, 15.4 kmpl||₹ 11.68 Lakh|
|1498 cc, Diesel, 21.9 kmpl||₹ 11.88 Lakh|
|1497 cc, Petrol, 16 kmpl||₹ 12.86 Lakh|
|1498 cc, Diesel, 21.9 kmpl||₹ 12.74 Lakh|
|1497 cc, Petrol, 15.4 kmpl||₹ 12.72 Lakh|
|1498 cc, Diesel, 21.9 kmpl||₹ 13.83 Lakh|
Honda BR-V Colours
- Carnelian Red Pearl
- White Orchid Pearl
- Golden Brown Metallic
- Alabaster Silver Metallic
- Modern Steel Metallic
Honda BR-V Videos
Honda BR-V Highlights
Honda's been watching the hot-selling compact crossover segment being dominated by two of India's largest car manufacturers. And now, the Japanese brand wants a slice of the sales pie as well. With the new BR-V, Honda has gone all-out in offering the MPV with seven seats – a huge plus considering there are many large Indian families who'd want to spend compact SUV money and get two extra seats. The Honda BR-V price seems about right, but let's see if it has what it takes to match its contenders in terms of capability.
The BR-V is based on the same platform as the Brio. Up-front, the Honda BR-V new model gets an aggressive look. There's a huge chrome grille, sleek headlamps and a towering front bumper. When it comes to the side profile, design elements include two sharp creases, while there is also a fair bit of body cladding around the lower half of the car. The BR-V also gets two roof-rails above that add to the crossover appeal. At the rear, it gets a stylish tail lamp that runs the length of the tail gate. Somehow, the BR-V appears to be more of a station-wagon, and not a Utility Vehicle.
The Honda BR-V variants for the petrol model are as follows: E, S, S MT, V, V MT, VX, VX MT and V CVT, while the diesel variants are as follows: S, S MT, V, V MT, VX and VX MT. Features include a Bluetooth-equipped stereo, steering mounted audio controls, driver information display, climate control, height-adjustable driver's seat, tilt adjustable steering, and a rear defogger and wash wipe.
The dashboard in the BR-V is very similar to the one in the Amaze. The leather-wrapped steering feels good to hold, while the arm rests on the doors come with leather padding. The quality of plastics – for the Honda BR-V on-road price and respective segment, that is – seems to have a good finish as well. And the seats, which happen to be brand new, are comfortable and offer ample support as well, whilst being well-cushioned as well. At the front, the seats provide excellent thigh support and lower back support. In the second row, there's a lot of legroom, thanks to its sliding mechanism. Move the second row a little forward, and the third row doesn't disappoint with legroom either. It gets a generous 223 litres of boot space as well.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Honda BR-V gets two engine options to choose from: a 1.5-litre, petrol engine that makes 119bhp and 145Nm of torque, and a 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engine that produces 100bhp and 200Nm of torque. Both engines are mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox, while the former comes with the option of a CVT gearbox. Performance is adequate from the diesel motor, and the clutch is light – making it convenient to drive in stop-and-go traffic. The light steering also adds to the BR-V being an ideal city-dweller. On highways, the BR-V feels sure-footed and deals with corners pretty well. There is a little bit of body roll. However, the ride is a bit stiff over the rough stuff.
The Honda BR-V's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 21.9kmpl for the diesel model and 15.4kmpl for the petrol model.