Honda BR-V Compact SUV – sketches released, based on Brio-Platform

The Japanese automaker Honda has disclosed a representation of the BR-V today. Taking into account the Brio platform, the concept will transform into a compact SUV for suitable markets. India remains the most essential business sector for the vehicle. Since it will be controlled by the motors effectively fueling the Honda City, undermining the opposition as far as the costs go will be simpler. The vehicle will make an appearance at the Gaikindo Indonesian International Auto Show to be held in August 2015.


Despite the fact that it is in view of the same platform as the Brio, Amaze and Mobilio, it doesn’t share its looks with them. Brandishing a forceful SUV style nose, the vehicle gets a thick chrome grille which is part into two sections much like the CR-V and the lower piece of the guard gets a silver skid guard. It gets body cladding all around gives it that SUVish look which Indians like.

It likewise gets a few components from the Mobilio like the tail light and the boot-top. The wheels look muscular and would in all probability be 16-inchers. Chrome door handles add a touch of punch to the side profile. Going to the motors, the Honda BR-V will be getting the 1.5-liter petrol unit which pumps out 117 BHP of force and the 1.5-liter diesel motor giving out 98.6 BHP.


Given the expanding prominence of automatic cars in India, an automatic version of the compact SUV is expected to be presented. Since the wheelbase will be like the Mobilio, inside space is required to be quite good. Anticipate that the insides will be stacked with features considering the contenders have loaded their cars as well.

In India, the Brio-based compact SUV will make appearance at the 2016 Auto Expo which takes place in the first week of February 2016 but will be launched at later stage. While the Indonesia will be the first market to witness the launch of the BR-V, and the prototype will be unveiled at the upcoming 2015 Indonesian International Auto Show (which will be held from 20-30 August 2015), alongside the bookings will commence for the Indonesian market.

It is expected to be priced well and it would be interesting to see how it goes up against the competition.

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