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  • Q. Is there cabin noise in honda brv diesel?What is the mileage?

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    Saurabh
    Saurabh | 4 months ago

    Auto critics and a few intellectuals have rated the NVH levels of Honda BRV Diesel as higher than usual. However, as a user, I am completely okay with its cabin sound levels. The mileage on Diesel is pretty satisfactory again with city conditions at 16-18 kmpl (depends which city you drive in and on traffic conditions plus driving habits) and highways sending in 20+ kmpl. These figures are experienced by me in past three years of BRV ownership.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The 1.5-litre i-DTEC (Diesel) engine motor fits well into the overall package of the BR-V. NVH levels are well controlled compared to the Amaze, but there's still a fair bit of noise that filters inside the cabin, especially over 3000rpm. The BR-V does score high with a figure of over 21kmpl (according to ARAI). Actual mileage will depends on one's driving style and how it is maintained.

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    Arun
    Arun | 3 months ago

    Not much noise as we use AC for almost whole year. mileage practically is 16 to 18 (depends on your driving pattern)

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