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The Honda BR-V is the brand's first ever full size seven-seater crossover to be launched for the Malaysia market. BR-V stands for Bold Runabout-Vehicle and Honda offers the choice of two variants - the Type E and Type V priced at RM83,210 and RM90,010 respectively, OTR without insurance.
The BR-V utilizes a heavily reworked platform that is shared with the Thai/Indonesian market specific Honda Brio hatch and Amaze sedan. Under the hood, is the tried and tested 1.5-litre i-VTEC powerplant, that is also shared with the Honda Jazz and City models. Power is rated at 120 PS and 145 Nm, distributed to the front wheels via a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). Compared to the Toyota and Nissan competitors, this is also the highest performance output.
Standard features include large 16-inch tyres, dedicated rear air conditioner, a 201 millimetre ground clearance, roof rails, vehicle stability control with hill start assist, and two front airbags. ASEAN NCAP also awarded the BR-V with a 5-star rating.
The second row offers 'one-touch' tilt-and-tumble for easy access to the third row. The third row also offers a decent headroom with the tall height of the BR-V
The additional RM6,800 payment to upgrade from E to V type gets many noticeable features, such as smart entry with start-stop button, combination leather seat covering, automatic control for the front air conditioner, and a 6.1-inch display audio that includes a rearview camera.
The Honda BR-V offers a safe, economic and versatile vehicle for the growing families in Malaysia. All new Honda models come with a 5-year, unlimited mileage warranty and even free labour fees at certain service intervals.
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- Body Type: MPV
- Transmission: Automatic
- Engine Capacity: 1497 cc
- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Seat Capacity: 7
- Price: RM 80,989 - RM 87,701
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