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Honda BR-V Specs

Engine 1497 cc
Power 118 hp
Transmission Type CVT
Seating 7 seats
Ground Clearance 201 mm
Engine 1.5L Gasoline Engine, 4 Cylinder 16 Valve SOHC
Driver Airbag Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes

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Honda BR-V Pros & Cons

By Abhishek Katariya on Aug 04, 2021
Things We Like in BR-V

Powerful powertrain: The Honda’s tried and tested 1.5-litre iVTEC engine mated to a CVT makes for a very potent combination with 120 PS maximum power on the tap.

Fuel efficient: The BR-V is among the most fuel-efficient cars in its segment, despite having a powerful engine. It returns around 7.5-liter/100km.

Great handling: The BR-V provides great handling and riding, courtesy of the car’s underpinnings which put the car in an advantage over its rivals.

Comfortable: The cabin of the BR-V is very comfortable even for mid-distance travelling. The seats are comfortable and provide good support.

Things We Dont Like in BR-V

Noisy cabin: Some amount of engine noise enters the cabin of the BR-V. This could be disturbing for some passengers. Honda should work on the sound insulation

Less safety: The safety equipment of the Honda BR-V is basic. It comes with only two airbags and stability control. Some of its rivals offer as many as six airbags.

Less practical: The Mitsubishi Xpander has set the standard here regarding practicality. It comes with more usable storage spaces than the BR-V.

Last row discomfort: The last row of seats is not suitable for adults. There’s almost no legroom. It’s suitable only for small children.

Recent Updates of Honda BR-V

The BR-V is a MUV by Honda that has got the dimensions and boldness of a crossover. In 2019, Honda refreshed the BR-V with some minor updates on the interior and exterior. The BR-V is available in two variants in the market – the 1.5 S CVT priced at Php 1.04 Million and the 1.5 V CVT priced at Php 1.16 Million. Under the hood, the BR-V gets a 1.5-litre i-VTEC gasoline engine with Honda Earth Dreams Technology. The engine is paired to a CVT and churns out 118 hp of power and 145 Nm of torque. 

Honda BR-V Price

The BR-V is priced between ₱1.038 Million and ₱1.158 Million.

Honda BR-V Variants

There are 7 variants available of BR-V: 1.5L S AT, 1.5L V AT, 1.5 S CVT, 1.5 S CVT Modulo, 1.5 Prestige, 1.5 V CVT and 1.5 V Navi CVT Modulo.

Honda BR-V Power-trains

The BR-V is powered by a 1497cc 4-cylinder Gasoline engine produces 118 hp of power and 145 Nm of torque.

It comes with the option of a Variable Speed CVT transmission gearbox.

Honda BR-V Features

The feature list of BR-V includes Smart Access Card Entry, Central Locking, Anti Theft Device, Anti-Theft Alarm and Engine Immobilizer in terms of security.

Features for Comfort & Convenience include Air Conditioner, Power Windows Front, Power Windows Rear, Automatic Climate Control, Heater, Rear A/C Vents, Engine Start/Stop Button, Adjustable Seats, Height Adjustable Driver Seat, Electric Folding Rear View Mirror, Automatic Headlamps, Steering Wheel Gearshift Paddle, Accessory Power Outlet, Power Steering, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Foldable Rear Seat, Remote Trunk Opener, Low Fuel Warning Light, Rear Reading Lamp, Rear Seat Headrest, Cup Holders-Front, Cup Holders-Rear, Bottle Holder, Vanity Mirror, On Board Computer and Keyless Entry.

Features for Entertainment & communication include Touch Screen, FM/AM/Radio, Navigation System, Bluetooth Connectivity, CD Player, USB & Auxiliary Input, Speakers Front, Speakers Rear and Integrated 2DIN Audio.

Honda BR-V Interior

The interior features include Tacho Meter, Electronic Multi Tripmeter, Leather Seats, Leather Steering Wheel, Digital Clock and Digital Odometer.

Honda BR-V Exterior

If we talk about the exterior features then it include Fog Lights Front, Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror, Rear Window Wiper, Rear Window Washer, Rear Window Defogger, Alloy Wheels, Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank, Rear Spoiler, Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicator, Integrated Antenna, Roof Rail, Remote Fuel Lid Opener, Chrome Garnish and Adjustable Headlights.

Honda BR-V Safety

The safety features of the Model includes the Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Child Safety Locks, Anti-Lock Braking System, Brake Assist, Ebd, Vehicle Stability Control System, Rear Seat Belts, Seat Belt Warning, Day & Night Rear View Mirror, Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts, Crash Sensor, Front Impact Beams, Side Impact Beams, Door Ajar Warning and Engine Check Warning.

Honda BR-V Competitors

The BR-V Competitors are: Honda HR-V, Toyota Rush, Toyota Avanza, Mitsubishi Xpander and Toyota Innova.

Honda BR-V 2022 Price List

Honda BR-V May 2022 prices start from ₱1.038 Million for base variant 1.5 S CVT and goes upto ₱1.158 Million for top-spec variant 1.5 V CVT.

Variant Price Specifications  
Honda BR-V 1.5 S CVT ₱1.038 Million*
SRP Price
1497 cc, 118 hp, CVT, Gasoline
Honda BR-V 1.5 Prestige ₱1.075 Million*
SRP Price
1497 cc, 118 hp, CVT, Gasoline
Honda BR-V 1.5 V CVT ₱1.158 Million*
SRP Price
1497 cc, 118 hp, CVT, Gasoline

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Honda BR-V Colors

Honda BR-V is available in 6 different colors - Platinum White Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, Premium Amber Metallic, Taffeta White and Passion Red.

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Honda BR-V Fuel Consumption

Fuel Type Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Gasoline 22.22

Honda BR-V Review

By Abhishek Katariya on Aug 04, 2021
  • BR-V Overview
  • Honda BR-V Interior & Features
  • BR-V Exterior
  • Honda BR-V Ride & Handling
  • BR-V Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Honda BR-V Braking & Safety
  • BR-V Verdict

BR-V Overview

Honda has been known to be the master of making small vehicles and packaging them just great. The package part of it doesn’t involve kitting them generously and apart from the US, there is no other country, not even hometown Japan, where the big H will actually provide for goodies even in the base cars. That not withstanding, let’s get back to Honda’s business acumen of making small cars.

One such example here is the Honda BR-V. A vehicle which is in its first generation currently and was built on the extended platform of the Amaze sedan, the BR-V makes for a nice seven-seater SUV. Anyone on a tight budget will definitely appreciate this Honda. In fact, one of our staffers immediately booked the SUV as he was on the lookout for something compact yet spacious for his family of five

. There are four trims on offer - 1.5S CVT, 1.5S CVT Modulo, 1.5V Navi CVT and 1.5V Navi CVT Modulo. So based on this positive sentiment, we started out the review.

Honda BR-V Interior & Features

The cabin of the Honda BR-V is done in black upholstery, unlike the Mobilio which can be optioned with a cheerful-looking beige colour. The top-spec model gets a 7-inch touchscreen system complete with navigation whereas, the base units have to make do with dial type controllers. Honda could have made a better use of integrating in Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, however, the BR-V doesn’t get either. It makes use of Miracast to mirror the phone.

The touchscreen sensitivity itself isn’t too great and some of the graphics feel garish and old school. That being said, there is one thing you will quickly observe in the BR-V and that is the space. It is the forte of any Honda car and the BR-V isn’t any different. This seven-seater can easily carry as many people and some of their luggage.

It is by no means a Toyota Innova but except for the third most row where putting in grown-ups may not be a good idea, it’s all good. Front and second-row passengers have ample seating space and the seats can be folded in a variety of configurations to liberate additional space from the existing 223 litres.

In terms of features, Honda offers a push button start, manually adjustable driver’s seats,  automatic climate control and rear AC vents.

 

BR-V Exterior

The Honda BR-V has a slight difference in the way it looks from the Mobilio. The connector grille is a tad different and the face is also a bit stout. There are projector headlights and below them, within the headlamp enclosure sits the daytime running lamps. The airdam is wide but not so much as that of the competitors. The fog lamps are regular units and they look well proportioned too.

The BR-V measures 4,456 mm in length, is 1,735 mm wide and 1,665 mm tall. The wheelbase stands at 2,662mm. 195/60 R16 tyre size looks tweeny but the alloy wheel design is sporty enough. Towards the rear, you can see the thin connector which is nestled between both the tail lights. The rear seems a bit jacked up in comparison with the front. Opt for the Modulo kit and one will get front and rear lower garnish, side skirts, LED DRLs on the bumper and tailgate spoiler.

 

Honda BR-V Ride & Handling

Honda uses relatively simple suspension components for the BR-V. These include MacPherson struts in the front and a torsion beam at the rear. The suspension is tuned to be on the stiffer side and this aids in the handling department with the BR-V belying its 201mm ground clearance to corner enthusiastically.

The handling, as a result, is predictable and you know where to draw a line. The ride quality irons out most of the potholes, except for the bigger ones where the car does let the occupants know that it just passed over one. The  NVH from the engine could have been better controlled as at high speeds, one can clearly hear the motor in the cabin.

Honda typically tunes its steering wheels to be on the lighter side and the BR-V ain’t any different. However, when you venture out on the highway, it weighs up nicely. The brakes too are sharp and likable as they bring the SUV to a quick stop through the top-heavy feel can’t be ruled out. Honda has given the BR-V disc brakes in the front and drums at the rear.

 

BR-V Engine & Fuel Consumption

Honda makes use of its tried and trusted 1.5-litre petrol engine in the BR-V. The engine is mated to a CVT from the Earth Dreams technology basket. On select few trims, Honda offers paddle shifters too. We found this engine to a loud performer, akin to other Honda CVT-equipped cars. With 120 PS of power and 145 Nm of torque, the car has to move a lot of real estates around. At part throttle, the car moves eagerly.

However, with a couple of people on board, it is apparent that the CVT could do with more tuning. Overtakes have to be executed with caution. A manual transmission would have worked in this case as it will have at least given the driver to select the gear by himself. The BR-V isn’t out of the pack efficient too, Honda BR-V gives 10.2 kmpl in the city and 13 kmpl on the highway fuel economy

We managed to hit a top speed of 160 kmph with the Honda BR-V with a couple of revs left.

Honda BR-V Braking & Safety

The Honda BR-V comes to the customers without any fancy safety dragnets. What’s standard are dual airbags, ABS, EBD, Hill Start Assist and Vehicle Stability Assist. Of course, there are ISOFIX child seat mounts on the second and third row while speed-sensing locks too are standard. In the ASEAN NCAP rating, the BR-V scored a perfect five. However, it may be noted that the trim tested had EBR and ESC added to its kitty. Our BR-V will do good to score 3.5 or 4 stars.

BR-V Verdict

The Honda BR-V is a decently efficient urban runabout which can do the occasional highway run without any issues. However, sans cruise control, it will be quite a workout for the right leg on the open stretches. There is a lot of space inside the cabin and enough cubby holes to store stuff around.

The SUV handles enthusiastically too while the ride quality is passable too. We though wish Honda quickly updates the engine with additional firepower. At Php 1,030,000, the Honda BR-V justifies the Bold Recreational Vehicle tag justifiably.

If you are planning to buy Mobilio over BR-V, we suggest you to check this Honda BR-V vs Honda Mobilio comparison before taking decision.

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    Jasper May 19, 2022 for Honda BR-V

    For an MPV, the Honda Honda BR-V has a rather aggressive styling. The car seems poised to take on the challenges. Honda is branding the BR-V as a tough, muscular and sporty car. And that’s not an exaggeration. The car drives beautifully, powered by a very responsive engine. The cabin is roomy and tastefully done. Handling the Honda BR-V is Read More

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    George Apr 11, 2022 for Honda BR-V

    I was in search of a good, reliable and practical vehicle that could serve my needs of daily commute without being too dull or boring. I bought the Honda BR-V recently and I can say it is a really good car that offers great value for the money I invested. The drive is truly amazing with great driveability, comfort and Read More

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    Geoffrey Feb 22, 2022 for Honda BR-V

    The Honda BR-V is an excellent car in the segment and a perfect blend of remarkable styling, superb comfort, and practicality. The car looks perfect on the outside, and on the inside, it is equally elegant with a top-notch cabin and a lot of modern tech and convenience features. The handling is smooth, and the power delivery is effortless, making Read More

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    Martin Jan 07, 2022 for Honda BR-V

    Honda's oath of manufacturing gorgeous models all throughout its reign has again proved its words by introducing the all-new Honda BR-V. It has surpassed all the preexisting models that would have otherwise been its rival. Just on seeing the Honda BR-V, I stepped back from my decision of halting on the Mitsubishi Xpander. This car is inserted with a magical Read More

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    Japheth Dec 30, 2021 for Honda BR-V

    The Honda BR-V is a reasonably efficient urban runabout that can handle the odd interstate run with ease. However, without cruise control, the open expanses will be quite a workout for the right leg. There is plenty of space within the cabin, as well as plenty of cubby holes for storing items. The SUV handles well as well, and the Read More

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    Rowena Nov 26, 2021 for Honda BR-V

    Honestly, the spacing of the car is worth mentioning. The car has a very amicable spacing overall. The boot space with all the seating arrangements is 223 litres and can be expanded up to 691 litres. This makes every ride very comfortable for my kids and family. With a moderate horsepower of 117 bhp the car is quite satisfactory in Read More

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    BEJIE Sep 21, 2021 for Honda BR-V

    Though I love driving all sorts of cars, I still prefer those rugged and sporty appealing ones more. And the Honda BR-V is one of those. When I saw it for the first time, it was pretty clear that the car was going home with me. But what made me happier was the fact that it wasn't just me but Read More

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    Franklin Jul 22, 2021 for Honda BR-V

    The BR-V is a great car to own for a regular office-goer who wants to travel comfortably. The BR-V features a modern design that does look quite futuristic but lacks the luxury on the inside. The cabin layout is sober and fails to impress you at first glance. However, it is the space inside this car that matters the most. Read More

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    Herren May 25, 2021 for Honda BR-V

    The Honda BR-V is a highly practical car that shows its stunning performance on the road making it roar like a beast on high revs. The USP of this car is the combination of the CVT transmission and the comfortable seven seating capacity that makes it a great choice. My driving experience with the Honda BR-V has been remarkable so Read More

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    Abraham Apr 05, 2021 for Honda BR-V

    I'm a proud owner of the Honda BR-V. It practically roars on the road. CVT transmission with a comfortable seven-seater is its USP. Its projector-type halogen headlight with LED DRLs gives a hassle-free driving experience when you travel on dark roads or are cruising on the highways at night. The car offers a superb ride quality makes it complete as Read More

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