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  • Q. I am comparing XL6 and BR-V (Auto/CRV Model), considering all the practicalities and reviews for a 6 member family (4 adult + 2 Kids), I found BR-V as better option. How much weightage should be considered for lack of infotainment system n BR-V. What is the safety rating of BR-V. Further, since the sale volume of BR-V is less and speculation of its discontinuation are on, can it be considered as good option now.

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    Saurabh
    Saurabh | 1 month ago

    You have correctly rated BRV as a better choice while comparing it with XL6. I am using BRV ever since it was launched in June 2016 (I have V variant in Diesel, Manual). In my personal opinion, BRV is a very versatile, comfortable, fuel efficient and safe 7-seater when compared to any of Maruti's models be it Ertiga or XL6. Coming to your question, I consider Infotainment system as just an accessory and not a parameter to decide my choice of car. Simply because a vehicle should be good enough to keep the passengers safe in case of an incident rather than not offering the gadgetry, which anyway is present in most of our smartphones. You can always opt for a better after-market product which can replace the stock digipad. On the safety front, Honda BRV is rated 4/5 stars on Global NCAP safety ratings whereas XL6 has not even made an appearance there. This is one of the safest crossover/MUV in the market. If you have any more questions, I'll be glad to answer. Best wishes!

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    Israr
    Israr | 2 months ago

    Okay sir brv gets touchscreen infotainment system on the vx model but as your looking for a automatic that is v trim and the good thing the Honda has done is that you can opt for caska touchscreen infotainment straight from the dealership for about 35 thousand on any trim level i have brv v trim and bought the infotainment system for 30 thousand from the showroom along with plenty of accessories Honda offers for the car, and the safety ratings for the ncap is 4 stars. If you want to ask any further inquiry you can reach to me on my Instagram imohi01.

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    Jignesh
    Jignesh | 1 month ago

    @ Saurabh | You have correctly rated BRV as a better choice while comparing it with XL6. I am using BRV ever since it was launched in June 2016 (I have V variant in Diesel, Manual). In my personal opinion, BRV is a very versatile, comfortable, fuel efficient and safe 7-seater when compared to any of Maruti's models be it Ertiga or XL6. Coming to your question, I consider Infotainment system as just an accessory and not a parameter to decide my choice of car. Simply because a vehicle should be good enough to keep the passengers safe in case of an incident rather than not offering the gadgetry, which anyway is present in most of our smartphones. You can always opt for a better after-market product which can replace the stock digipad. On the safety front, Honda BRV is rated 4/5 stars on Global NCAP safety ratings whereas XL6 has not even made an appearance there. This is one of the safest crossover/MUV in the market. If you have any more questions, I'll be glad to answer. Best wishes!

    Thank you very much for your detail answer. One more aspect of BS-IV of BR-V against BS-Vi of Ertiga. Which restrict life of 15 years for BR-V

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    Jignesh
    Jignesh | 1 month ago

    @ Israr | Okay sir brv gets touchscreen infotainment system on the vx model but as your looking for a automatic that is v trim and the good thing the Honda has done is that you can opt for caska touchscreen infotainment straight from the dealership for about 35 thousand on any trim level i have brv v trim and bought the infotainment system for 30 thousand from the showroom along with plenty of accessories Honda offers for the car, and the safety ratings for the ncap is 4 stars. If you want to ask any further inquiry you can reach to me on my Instagram imohi01.

    Thank you very much for your detail answer. One more aspect of BS-IV of BR-V against BS-Vi of Ertiga. Which restrict life of 15 years for BR-V

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