Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Intensifying competition in the fast-growing compact SUV segment, Honda Cars India on Thursday launched seven-seater compact SUV BR-V priced between Rs 8.75 lakh and Rs 12.9 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The model will compete with the likes of Hyundai Creta and Renault Duster, which are priced between Rs 8.46 lakh and Rs 14.5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The petrol variants of BR-V are priced between Rs 8.7 lakh and Rs 11.84 lakh while diesel ones are between Rs 9.9 lakh and Rs 12.9 lakh.
The automatic variant of the SUV is priced at Rs 11.99 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi).
The newly launched SUV is open for bookings in India with a down-payment of Rs 21,000.
|Petrol (price)||Diesel (price)|
|E||Rs 8.75 lakh||Rs 9.90 lakh|
|S||Rs 9.90 lakh||Rs 10.99 lakh|
|V||Rs 10.90 lakh||Rs 11.85 lakh|
|VX||Rs 11.84 lakh||Rs 12.90 lakh|
The new model, which will be manufactured at the company's Tapukara plant, comes with a class-leading 210-mm ground clearance.
The petrol variant of the SUV comes with a new 6-speed manual transmission while the diesel version is equipped with six-speed transmission.
The BR-V comes equipped with dual airbags as a standard offering across variants, along with a host of other features.
Honda BR-V takes the stage
HondaCarIndia launches BR-V for Rs 8.75 lakh (petrol) and Rs 9.9 lakh (diesel). Petrol CVT automatic Rs 11.99 lakh.
The all-new Honda BR-V prices start at 8.75 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi)
Offers as many as 30 accessories options
1.5 litre petrol engine with CVT and six-speed manual transmission.
1.5 litre diesel engine with six-speed manual transmission.
Wider front grille, projector head lamp with LED
16-inch alloy wheels
Silver accents and Piano Black finish on the instrument panel
3D- speedometer with Multi Information Display
Sporty steering wheel with paddle shifters
Comes with dual front airbags and ABS to be standard across trim levels.
The 6 speed manual gearbox is one of the biggest highlights
The Honda BRV to come in six colours: 3 metallic and 3 non-metallic
Honda plans to further expand its dealership network in India to 340 against 298 at present by March 2017
Yoichiro Ueno, president and CEO of Honda operations in India is on stage for launch event.