Honda BRV

Rs 8.93 - Rs 13.04 Lakh
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Engine 1497 cc
Mileage 15.4 kmpl
Anti-Lock Braking System 0
Driver Airbag 1
Turbo Charger No
USB & Aux 0
Integrated 2DIN Audio 0
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 17,275 /mo.
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Price List of Honda BRV

Variant Ex-Showroom Price Specifications  
i-DTEC E MT Rs 10 Lakh* 1498 cc, 98.6 bhp, 21.9 kmpl, Diesel
i-DTEC S MT Rs 11.18 Lakh* 1498 cc, 98.6 bhp, 21.9 kmpl, Diesel
i-DTEC V MT Rs 12.02 Lakh* 1498 cc, 98.6 bhp, 21.9 kmpl, Diesel
i-DTEC VX MT Rs 13.04 Lakh* 1498 cc, 98.6 bhp, 21.9 kmpl, Diesel
i-VTEC E MT Rs 8.93 Lakh* 1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 15.4 kmpl, Petrol
i-VTEC S MT Rs 10 Lakh* 1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 15.4 kmpl, Petrol
i-VTEC V MT Rs 11.09 Lakh* 1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 15.4 kmpl, Petrol
i-VTEC VX MT Rs 12 Lakh* 1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 15.4 kmpl, Petrol
i-VTEC V CVT Rs 12.15 Lakh* 1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 16 kmpl, Petrol

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Colors of Honda BRV

  • Alabaster Silver Metallic

  • Carnelian Red Pearl

  • Golden Brown Metallic

  • Orchid White Pearl

  • Taffeta White

  • Urban Titanium Metallic

Honda BRV Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage of Honda BRV Diesel Variant is 21.9 kmpl and for Petrol Variant it is 16 kmpl

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel 18.4 kmpl 21.9 kmpl
Petrol 12 kmpl 16 kmpl

Review of Honda BRV


  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


The Honda BR-V gets black-and-grey interior across all variants of the crossover. The top-of-the-line VX variant gets a leather pack – the seats, armrests on the doors, and the steering-wheel wrap are all leather. The steering wheel with the multimedia control buttons, the ‘3D’ instrument cluster, a slab-like face for the centre-console with piano black trim, rectangular A/C vents, silver highlights, the integrated multimedia console and the climate control system – everything looks familiar, in a good way. The piano black trim on the centre console is a dust and fingerprint magnet, and can disrupt easy viewing of the multimedia screen or the climate control display. However, the manual-adjust lever for cliimate control re-circulation button stands out like an eyesore.

The seats are comfortable enough for short to medium duration drives, but can be painful if used for long inter-city journeys. That said, there is no dearth of legroom, knee room, head room or shoulder room in the front two rows but short seat bases and thinner than usual seats mean that your thighs and bottom will be uncomfortable if you sit on these seats for hours on end. While some passengers may feel the heat, thanks to the uncomfortable seating, the climate control system can keep things cool in the cabin. As the BR-V is a big crossover, it gets roof-mounted A/C vents to keep the second and third-row seats cool. 

You can slide and recline the front two rows to get the best seating position, captain seats in the second row would have been more appealing though – Honda is not offering captain seats on any of the variants of the BR-V, but accessories dealers around the country should be able to offer you alternatives soon after the crossover is launched. The third row of seats, as was the case with the Mobilio, should be used to seat children for longer journeys . Getting into the third row is easy as the second-row seats fold forward with ease with a use of a single lever. Even with the third deployed, the BR-V has a decent luggage space of 223-litres. This can also be improved if you fold forward the third-row seats, which frees up 691-litres of space.

Features is a section where the BR-V is most disappointing. For a crossover that is going to cost you more than Rs. 10 Lakh, ex-showroom, it does not offer a touchscreen infotainment system, rear-view camera, auto-folding mirrors, auto-dimming IRVM, auto-headlamps, cruise control etc. Some of these features could have been overlooked if the cost cutting around the car wasn’t so obvious. The metal and the plastics flex on touch, the plastics on the inside feel rough and belong to a segment much lower, the sound deadening material used is inadequate, especially in the diesel variants.

  • What we like

    Spacious Cabin; Comfortable Seating for the city

  • What we dislike

    Build Quality; Overall appeal of the cabin

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