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  • Q. Can two persons sit in the third row conveniently? what is the mileage for petrol brv car?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The claimed ARAI mileage: Honda BR-V Diesel is 21.9 kmpl | Honda BR-V Petrol is 15.4 kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage for the automatic variant: Honda BR-V Petrol is 16.0 kmpl. Rest it depends on one's driving style/habits. In the third row, headroom is surprisingly good, but this still isn’t a seat of choice to begin with. Passengers here will tend to sit with their knees pointing upwards and under-thigh support is not commendable by any means. It’s best suited for kids, or perhaps adults on short journeys.

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    Bilal
    Bilal | 4 months ago

    Yes. Two persons are conveniently accommodated. If you are travelling at 80 you can get an average of 16 km/l but if you are travelling at 120 the average will be 10 km/l

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