5 May 2016 : The Honda BR-V has been much talked about. We present to you a review about the 7 seater SUV. Read on to know about the special features.
Firstly, the BR-V is bigger than the other SUV’s currently available in the market.
The Honda BRV is inspired from the ‘Active Solid Motion’ philosophy and features the ‘Sold Wing’ face . It has nice
new bumper, sharper headlight design and two-piece grille. It is less wide than rivals. At 1694mm, in comparision with Creta and Duster, BR-V is 45 mm and 87 mm less wider respectively. The BR-V has a 210 mm ground clearance. The rear, with LED light guide, is plain with C-shaped tail-light design.
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The vehicle’s front seats are very comfortable. The second row seats folded ratio is 60:40, while last row of seats have folded ratio of 50:50 which gives ample space options for passengers.
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Company has done a superb job on Noise, vibration, and Harshness (NVH). For better NVH, Honda has improved idle N/V and engine and tyre noise. Honda has increased the thickness of dash insulator to reduce the engine noise so as to stop it coming to the cabin. Not only this, Honda has used a thicker hood insulator and door lining so as to reduce braking and acceleration noise. The Honda BR-V performs best in the fourth gear.