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  • Q. Is sunroof available in Honda BRV?
    Arka
    Arka | 3 months ago

    No sir it doesn't. It's due to the too mounted blowing unit at the rear and also I beleive it's avoidedfor keeping the price in mind.

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  • Q. I am planning to buy a 7 zeater car for long term, atleast 7 to 8 years. Can you please suggest a better choice between Honda BRV and Maruti Ertiga considering the following points:-1. Best automatic between the two.2. Better fuel efficiency 3. Better features like rear parking camera, touch screen, better seats in all rows. 4. Long term reliability and resale value. 5. Low maintenance. 6. Service cost.7. Better handling if 85% usage is in city and 15% on highways. 8. Best suited for bumper to bumper traffic driving.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The best pick among the two is Maruti Ertiga. The Ertiga nails down to the ample space, comfortable ride quality, adequate boot space, acceptable efficiency, and service support like no other. Maruti Suzuki has introduced the 1.5-litre DDiS 225 diesel engine for the Ertiga. The engine makes 95PS of power at 4,000rpm and 225Nm of peak torque between 150****500rpm. Maruti is also claiming an efficiency figure of 24.20 kmpl for the new DDiS 225 engine. The engine is also coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission. Maruti Suzuki has improved upon the suspension of the older Ertiga. It confidently tackles craters and bad roads and lets very little filter into the cabin. The suspension settles back quickly once you’re done negotiating the bad bits. It’s this characteristic that makes the Ertiga feel more composed than before on the highway. Even at slow city speeds too, there are no complaints. Moreover to clear all your doubts would request you to take the test drive for both the cars.​Click on the following link to have a detailed comparison for both the cars. https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/honda-brv-vs-maruti-suzuki-ertiga

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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.
    Saurabh
    Saurabh | 3 weeks 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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  • Q. Thanks for your time and valuable suggestions. Could you please suggest me with the best choice if I have to choose between 2018 New Ertiga AT and BRV CVT considering below requirement, 1. Automatic transmission 2. 7 Seater 3. Reverse parking camera 4. In city (avg 30KM/per day self- drive) 5. Occasionally long drive with family 6. Reliable and Stable for long-term
    Gururaj
    Gururaj | 10 months ago

    I own a V-CVT BRV and have taken a test ride of Ertiga AMT last week. My friend was looking for one. I would point out, where Ertiga scores over BRV. 1. New ertiga offers little bit more space in 3R than BRV. 2. The dashboard looks better in Ertiga than in BRv especially with the wooden finish. 3. Ertiga top end is way cheaper than BRV, even if you compare automatics. 4. Ertiga AMT version gets FR seat AR where BRV does not. I have installed the Armrest separately from Honda itself. 5. Ertiga AMT version gets the 8inch touchscreen system where BRV does not. Now where does BRV score over Ertiga 1. 2R tumble seats. Much easier to get in and out of 3R in BRV than Ertiga. 2. 3R is also tumble seats. Just imagine the boot space when 2R is tumbled and 3R is fold flat. 3. CVT beats Marutis torque converter any given moment. The acceleration and power generation is better. 4. Honda engine is better for long term reliability compared to Suzuki's. I have also owned City before before exchanging it for BRV. 5. Driver as well as all row passenger visibility is better compared to Ertigas. Last but not the least, soon you will find Ertiga Taxis waiting next to your personal Ertiga. IMO, thats an important point. Happy driving!!

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  • Q. 5 seater or 7 seater - BRV?
    Bilal
    Bilal | 1 month ago

    7 seater

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  • Q. What about the brake system and rear sensor and GPS of BRV HONDA?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Honda BR-V is one of the more comfortable 7-seater SUVs/Crossovers in its segment. While it may not have the off-road ability of some of its competition – it makes a good case for itself as an urban crossover. When it comes to handling, the BR-V is like any other Honda – just enough neutrality to be ballistic levels of fun in the right hands. Steering feel is great and the steering feedback is good enough to make the driver know exactly what both front tyres are up to at any given time. The 195/60 R16 Michelin tyres that our test car came with did have an average level of grip, but we think that a better set of tyres would really improve the way the BR-V would handle and stop even more. And talking about stopping, the BR-V comes with disc brakes up front and drum brakes at the rear with ABS as a standard feature on all models. And unlike some of the other Honda cars in the past which were a little under-whelming in the braking section, the BR-V’s brakes have good bite and feel under normal and heavy braking. Talking a bit more about safety features, the BR-V does come standard with airbags across all variants. Click on the following link to know more about it: https://www.zigwheels.com/newcars/Honda/BRV/specifications

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  • Q. Does BRV has hill-start assist?
    Utham
    Utham | 3 months ago

    Not sure, haven't seen it mentioned anywhere. But the manual for CVT says that the car doesn't roll back for few seconds which I think is the same feature and it is true as per my experience

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  • Q. Please advise how is this car, in terms of Mileage, safety, style, maintenance and road grip - BRV?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The BR-V has got the basics right. It has seven seats, rides well and has proven engines. However, that's where the good bits end. The BR-V's ride is forgiving and absorbs most of the undulations our roads will ever throw at it. It is stiffly sprung, but not up to the point where the ride becomes jarring. At low speeds, the 210mm of ground clearance and the India-friendly suspension dismiss the potholes and broken roads without a hiccup. The ride is slightly bouncy at the second and third row but is tolerable for shorter journeys. The diesel engine is amongst the most fuel-efficient engines of the lot. The ARAI-rated mileage stands at 21.9km/l. In terms of safety features, the car gets dual front airbags as standard while ABS is available in all the variants except the base trim.Other safety features that are spread across the variants include a driver seatbelt reminder, security alarm and impact sensing door unlock. Honda is really very good when it comes to maintenance and steering feel is very good and although tires offer average road grip, the car is capable to hold on its own.

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  • Q. Hi I am planning for Honda Brv automatic Variant. does Brv automatic variant comes with touch screen and parking sensors?
    Bilal
    Bilal | 1 month ago

    No parking sensors but android touch is there

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  • Q. Does Honda BRV have power steering?
    Dilip
    Dilip | 6 days ago

    Yes

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