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January 13, 2017 at 9:17 pm #265525

NASA’s Curiousity Rover has started its treacherous 7.5 km hike on Mars with ferocious intent, aiming for possible mineral deposits that might uncloak some of the red planet’s mysteries. Back home on Earth, India to be specific, every hatchback or compact sedan owner is realigning their finances with similarly ferocious intent, aiming to buy a SUV as their next car.

The Hyundai Creta is making the most of this syndrome, and so is the new Vitara Brezza by Maruti. Honda, not to be left behind has re-armed its product onslaught for India with the eagerly anticipated BR-V compact SUV. The BR-V rounds off Honda India’s portfolio, which was desperately missing a high-riding vehicle for the masses. We spent some time with the Honda BR-V in sultry Rajasthan, getting a taste of the Japanese manufacturer’s latest entrant in the Indian market.

The Honda BR-V does most things right – it manages to look premium, with its ornamentation somewhat managing to hide its MPV/hatchback/compact sedan roots. The interiors have a great ambience, are voluminous, but struggle to accommodate seven adults due to its lack of width, while the lack of key features like a touch-screen and navigation does tend to make it a bit under-equipped in its field.

The BR-V’s tried and tested engines are great, while offering good real world performance, as well as delivering terrific fuel efficiency figures. The new 6-speed transmission is a joy to row, and makes the most out of the potent petrol engine, while the affable dynamics and good ground clearance make it very friendly for Indian roads.

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February 7, 2017 at 2:25 pm #269660

one look at the alloys design,and all its SUV ambitions are washed away!

September 7, 2017 at 12:54 pm #296519

Nice SUV..specially for a big family.

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