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  • Q. I want purchase brv new. can u comment on it performance?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The BR-V comes with a choice of two engines - both are 1.5-litre units that get a 6-speed manual gearbox (with the petrol also getting a CVT gearbox and paddle shifters). The diesel is a turbocharged 4-cylinder unit makes 100PS of peak power and 200Nm of peak torque. The petrol is also a 4-cylinder i-VTEC unit that makes 119PS of peak power and 145Nm of peak torque. The BR-V comes with a choice of two engines - both are 1.5-litre units that get a 6-speed manual gearbox (with the petrol also getting a CVT gearbox and paddle shifters). The diesel is a turbocharged 4-cylinder unit makes 100PS of peak power and 200Nm of peak torque. The petrol is also a 4-cylinder i-VTEC unit that makes 119PS of peak power and 145Nm of peak torque. The diesel 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. There is a noticeable turbo-lag that will bog you down if you let the engine fall below 1500rpm. Like the petrol, the clutch on the diesel is light as well. In case you are stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic with this one, you shouldn't have an issue.

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  • Q. How is the performance - BRV?
    Israr
    Israr | 8 months ago

    Well if your talking about the diesel engine than its okay I would say mediocre well probably bad compare to creta or nexon, but if we are talking about the petrol engine then we'll the perfomance of the petrol brv is just good yes it doesn't have low end performance but you actually won't feel it because of the gear ratio you can out it in 2nd gear and drive in traffic without changing down but on highway my God the performance is brilliant 120 hp and 145 Nm @4600 rpm and rwd lines at 7600 rpm just when you get past the 4000rpm mark you feel the acceleration and brilliance of the 1.5 vtec engine in the brv and 0-100 kmh takes place in 10.8 seconds it's slightly slower than Honda city because brv is a bit heavier, ride and handling is good specially high speed stability is awesome even at high speed of 150 kmh the car feels planted handling is good for the size of the car bodyroll is their but very well contained, most people would say it doesn't have pickup but it does but at the top end you have to take it upto 4500 rpm and you'll enjoy the car and when carrying 8 passengers it still has good amount of pickup I have actually tester 0-100 kmh while having 7 passengers in the car and it did it in 11. 7 seconds, so perfomance is good but some people prefer Hyundai 1.6 diesel and can't blame them because 1.6 has good low end but okaish top end

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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 | 6 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. Is Honda BRV petrol automatic transmission a good 7 seater car?
    Sireesha
    Sireesha | 7 months ago

    What about Mahindra XUV 500 petrol and auto transmission?

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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 | 11 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. I am buying BRV V Diesel. Is it good to drive in city and occasionally on highway? How response is the engine in city drive? What is maintenance cost of Honda Diesel?
    Israr
    Israr | 1 year ago

    Well, diesel engine is okay it has good amount of lag before 2000 rpm then it does smootens up I don't know if you would prefer that in the city conditions diesel is okay on highway way for, but petrol brv is phenomenal it handles good it has really impressive acceleration and stability is good too petrol manual is a good option for fun to drive drivers, but if you just need for city driving I would recommend buy a cvt petrol brv add a touchscreen optional from the Honda dealership itself it is really smooth responsive and on highway to extract a little more you do have paddle shifters so automatic brv if your 60% on the city roads will be convenient and the mileage is good too I have done 17.7 kml on highway in my petrol manual so petrol automatic will definitely be better in terms of mileage I don't think you would appreciate the diesel engine I might also think you might regret the diesel engine so please test drive all the three options before buying and if not brv then you do have creta and nexon as well in terms of features they are far ahead of brv but brv offers features handling acceleration stability and practicality as well

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  • Q. I am planning to buy the CVT version & I do go out for mountain trips every 2 months. How good is the suspension? Is driving in the mountains a challenge with CVT - BRV?
    Israr
    Israr | 5 months ago

    Suspension is ideal more on a stiffer side but it's complainant not to comfortable not to stiff just perfect and because of this brv stays stable on Highspeeds, and on to the cvt part yes cvt isn't as responsive as VW DSG gearbox but it's responsive than most automatics for that price and it has option for manual shifting with steering mounted shifters and I tell you what cvt let's you hold the gear for as long as you want like we do in manual transmission so on mountain roads you won't have any issues it would be great and the engine is quite powerful and responsive and it handles good for an Suv so no problems into corners either.

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  • Q. How is the performance of BRV after installing CNG kit?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    We don't recommend the aftermarket CNG kit installation in the car as it may void the warranty if not installed from the authorised service centre. After the installation of the CNG kit, the engine power is reduced to a drastic measure but as you may acquire a better mileage on CNG. To get detailed information, we would suggest you visit the authorised service centre.

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  • Q. I'm planning to buy BRV petrol top model as we r 6 family members. Is it a good buy and hows its off road experience?
    Israr
    Israr | 7 months ago

    Well it's not exactly a Suv which can go off roading but I have taken it to some bad roads in ooty and some worst roads in Hyderabad outskirts and I was impressed I think it's because it has more ground clearance than duster and creta thats why it good at tackling bad roads and I have taken 8 members of my family in that car for about 1200km journey and it was decently comfortable and we all are healthy so for 6 people brv will be more than enough for your family and main advantage of brv is its really fun to drive its handling is really great for Suv or mpv whatever you like to call it and acceleration from 1.5-litre vtec engine is really good 0-100 kmh in 10.12 which is same as Hyundai creta and even Honda crv diesel so... Brv is really good car for family and for some fun on the road

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  • Q. Hi I am planning for a three row vehicle.. much interested in BRV. can you give me your suggestion more concentrating on cons of the vehicle?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    There are ample of cars having 3 rows such as Honda BRV, Renault Lodgy, Mahindra Scorpio, Mahindra XUV 500, Tata Hexa, Tata Safari Storme, Toyota Innova Crysta etc. As you're eyeing on Honda BRV, it is a 7-seater compact SUV and which is priced between Rs. 9.22 - 13.39 lakh (ex-showroom Price, Delhi). This puts it around the same range as the Duster and Creta and will make it tempting for buyers with large families. We just wish it came with more kit to drive the deal home. It is available in two tuning- 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines which produce 119PS/145Nm and 100PS/200Nm respectively. Both the engines are mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. However, the petrol engine gets a CVT option as well. It has claimed mileage of 15.4 kmpl for the petrol and 21.9kmpl for the diesel. On the other hand, the CVT variant of the petrol-powered BR-V has a mileage of 16kmpl. Safety & Features: Honda BR-V is equipped with keyless entry, push-button start, automatic climate control and an integrated music system with steering-mounted controls. On the safety front, it gets dual airbags, ABS, EBD, rear parking sensor with a camera and an electronic engine immobiliser. Pros: - Leather upholstery on the top-spec variant adds a premium touch to the cabin. - An extra row of seats. Can accommodate the in-laws for the occasional weekend trip. - Petrol motor is very refined. Optional CVT automatic available as well. - The diesel engine is amongst the most fuel-efficient engines of the lot. The ARAI-rated mileage stands at 21.9km/l. Cons: - No diesel automatic variant on offer. The Creta and the Duster offer the same. - Build quality isn't the best. Sheet metal seems thin and the quality of interior plastics is a let-down as well. - Woefully under-equipped in comparison to rivals such as the Creta and the Duster. No touchscreen audio system, reverse camera or parking sensors. ZW Verdict: The only advantage the BR-V offers over its rivals is the 7 seats. Apart from it, BR-V lacks in terms of features in comparison to its rivals. With the BR-V, Honda has done just about enough to keep up with the competition, but little to beat it. It has seven seats, offers a compliant ride, and has engines that have proven themselves in other cars from the Japanese automaker’s stable. In a market that has buyers who are hungry for features, loading the BR-V to the gills should have been a no-brainer. Hyundai did it with the Creta and the results are here for us to see. The two deal makers for the BR-V will be the fact that it has seven seats and Honda’s hassle-free ownership experience. Honda had an opportunity to more than one up the slow-selling Mobilio, but may have played it too safe in a highly-competitive market. Do take a test drive in order to judge your riding comfort. Click on the link to find out your nearest dealership and to know about the availability and to take a test drive: https://bit.ly/2rJrRu2 

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    Honda BRV Mileage & Performance FAQs

    Q. What is the mileage of Honda BRV?
    A. The mileage of Honda BRV ranges from 15.4 kmpl to 21.9 kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of BRV Petrol Manual is 15.4 kmpl and for the BRV Diesel Manual is 21.9 kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of BRV Petrol is 16 kmpl
    Q. What is the mileage of Honda BRV Petrol Version?
    A. The mileage of Honda BRV Petrol is 15.4 kmpl.
    Q. What is the mileage of Honda BRV Diesel Version?
    A. The mileage of Honda BRV Diesel is 21.9 kmpl.
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