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  • Q. I really like the BRV looks wise and after reading several reviews, I think it's the car that would suit our family the best. I am concerned however that since there's news of it being discontinued, what are the implications of this in regards to parts and resale?

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    Saurabh
    Saurabh | 4 months ago

    BR-V is a tortoise for Honda in terms of sales but as on today, there is no reason for Honda to shut its production simply because a recent cosmetic upgrade has been announced for it in Indonesia and is expected to hit Indian market sometime in late 2019. Me, along with several other BR-V owners, know and can assure that it is one of the finest family cars available in Indian market at this price point. If you are in need of a good seven seater and a great car, do not bother for its future existence and go for it straight away. I'm saying this because even if Honda assumingly shuts the BR-V, it still shares the engine specs with Honda City and availability of service and parts would not be an issue because of a larger presence of the brand in India.

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    Rajesh
    Rajesh | 4 months ago

    Even if discontinued, you have the Honda promise of 15 years spares support. Moreover BRV shares its engine with Honda City, hence synergy will work. So don't worry, go for it

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