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  • Q. What is the seating capacity of Honda brv?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Honda BRV - The advantage the BR-V offers over its rivals is the 7 seats. The Honda BR-V isn’t an SUV in the traditional sense. It looks like something that would sit between an MPV and an SUV, given its 7-seater configuration. That said, only 7 people are allowed in the car. The extra row of seats can accommodate the in-laws for the occasional weekend trip. All three rows of the BR-V are very accommodating and can hold the average Indian frame in reasonable comfort, even if the person is on the bulkier side. Space in the second row is generous enough to accommodate one six-footer behind another. The seat compound isn’t very soft and, while it will help on long-distance highway trips, short in-city journeys could prove to be a little irritating. Honda BR-V : Detailed Review - https://bit.ly/2N2UPMP

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    Saurabh
    Saurabh | 4 months ago

    BRV is a 7-seater C-SUV car. With its last bench folded, it becomes a 5-seater with best in class boot space.

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    Utham
    Utham | 4 months ago

    5 Adults and 2 Kids to be specific with all seats up. Now it also depends on the size of the adults.

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    Bilal
    Bilal | 4 months ago

    Yes. Exactly fit

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    Desmond
    Desmond | 4 months ago

    7 Seater

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    Arka
    Arka | 1 year ago

    7 people

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    Mugical
    Mugical | 4 months ago

    Total 7

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    Arun
    Arun | 1 year ago

    Total 7

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