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Honda launches the new tougher-looking, sporty BR-V

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Honda launches the new tougher-looking, sporty BR-V

By The Nation

 

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Honda Automobile (Thailand) on Monday introduced the new Honda BR-V, an active sport crossover vehicle, with a new tough-looking and sporty design.

 

The Honda BR-V features a new front grille, projector headlights with LED position lights, LED daytime running lights, newly designed fog lights, and sporty alloy wheels with a brand-new design.

 

The new model also comes in a new Passion Red Pearl colour, and is available with a three-row, seven-seat or a two-row, five-seat cabin configuration with adjustable functionality to meet any lifestyle requirement. 

 

It is powered by a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine that is compatible with E85 fuel and delivers 117 horsepower, plus a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) developed under Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology. 

 

The new Honda BR-V also offers many standard safety features to ensure safe driving under all conditions. 

 

In conjunction with the introduction of the new BR-V, Honda also introduced the “Trade-up to a new Honda BR-V” campaign and a special “Double Smile” campaign for every new Honda BR-V purchase.

 

The new Honda BR-V is available in two variants: the SV variant, which is priced at Bt835,000, and the V variant, priced at Bt765,000.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30370862

 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The new Honda BR-V also offers many standard safety features to ensure safe driving under all conditions. 

Does it have a "special feature mode" when Thai drivers are in the front seat??

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Looks like that Chinese thingy..

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

Honda launches the new tougher

it will be severely tested on Thai roads

 

Lets see how many end up a mangled lump of scrap metal 

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33 minutes ago, Hanuman2547 said:

1.5 litre engine?  117hp?  Too small and under powered.  Imagine having the third row seat in with seven passengers trying to get up hills in Khao Yai or somewhere else.  

Is turbo charged an option ?

 

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Looks ugly a a piece of c... to me

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The HRV is beautiful and would be on my list if i wanted a car that size, the BRV is still ugly even after the "upgrade".

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What does the BR even do? 

The HR is smaller and stylish whilst the CR can do AWD and 7 seats. 

IMHO of course 

 

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2 hours ago, Deli said:

Looks ugly a a piece of c... to me

Cheese...?

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In Australia maybe they market it as the Honda BR UTE?

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7 hours ago, Hanuman2547 said:

1.5 litre engine?  117hp?  Too small and under powered.  Imagine having the third row seat in with seven passengers trying to get up hills in Khao Yai or somewhere else.  

As long as it has 5+ gears. Yes under powered for the configuration but would only be used for burnings and weddings. Still beats 5 people in the back of a ute when it is 40+C or raining.

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