Very sporty and spacious SUV for all family.
I have just bought Honda BR-V petrol automatic. I think I am among the very first buyers of the car. I am using Honda City for last half a decade and know that Honda Cars are very reliable. I primarily bought BR-V for two purposes. First, I want a 7-seat SUV that can comfortably fit in my whole family including my grandmother. Second I want comfortable automatic commute which can be used easily even in heavy traffic. I am delighted that BR-V has met both of these demands. It has got 7-seat configuration spanned over three benches and unlike some other SUVs, third row is quite comfortable to use. Automatic has given my left foot a complete rest and I can easily shift gears with paddle shifters when and where I desire. It’s too early to state what the mileage of the car is as it’s only a week since I bought the car so I am not very sure about the car. I have idea that it is close to the 15 kmpl though I am not very sure about it. The only thing I am not having liking for BR-V is that music system which feels very outdated. It doesn’t have any CD player and surprisingly doesn’t have navigation system. I have spent around Rs 11 lakh and it is very disappointing. Honda should have provided a touchscreen and there is no reverse camera either. It’s a long car and I find it difficult to park in tight spots and this is the only problem and issue I have with BR-V. Other than this, I am happy with BR-V and want to keep it at least for the next half a decade.
High Safety Equipment
New car comparison between Renault Lodgy and Honda BR-V and [MMV3] created by new car buyers actively considering and evaluating these cars for a future purchase.