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After just 6 years, we bid farewell to the much-loved and successful Honda BR-V 7-seater MPV which will be discontinued in favour of the upcoming Honda WR-V in Q3 of this year. At a recent media event, Executive Coordinator Mr Yujiro Sugino explained, “Basically, we see more potential in the SUV segment below the Honda HR-V, and that is why we chose to bring in the WR-V. It’s mainly due to prioritisation and that’s why we decided to discontinue the BR-V.” Also read: Boom: Honda WR-V is confirmed
New year, new prices. That adage is a joy if it’s a price decrease but as we have seen by the likes of Toyota and BMW, the new year sees a price increase in some of its models. However, Honda Malaysia has assured that it will not be increasing prices for now. "Despite the current challenging situation, Honda Malaysia will maintain its car prices as of now. Our priority is to continue providing the highest quality products and deliver to customers in a timely manner," said a Honda spokesperson. S
The Honda BR-V has finally bowed out of Malaysia. Having made its Malaysian debut back in January 2017, the BR-V was on sale here for 6 years and 3 months. After verifying a tip from a reader, we confirmed that the Honda BR-V is no longer listed on Honda Malaysia’s website. When the 7-seater B-segment SUV was on sale here, it was priced between RM 90,700 to RM 97,700. Back in March during a media event, Honda Malaysia’s Executive Coordinator Mr Yujiro Sugino, “Basically, we see more potential in
So, another year older, another year marked with interesting (or forgettable) cars, and we'll be doing it all over again next year. SUVs will undoubtedly continue to play a greater focus here, so in this article – part one of three – we'll look at the possible non-luxury, non-EV SUVs that are very likely to launch in Malaysia in 2023. Hang on to your downpayments, we're going straight in... 2023 Chery Omoda 5 We'll start off with a bang, perhaps the most awaited-for model in this list. It's alre
Honda Thailand has just opened its order books for the 2022 Honda BR-V. Prices start from THB 930,000 (~RM 113k) for the base 1.5 E variant, while the range topping 1.5 EL is priced at THB 980,000 (~RM 119k). Don't read too much into the currency conversions, because the Ringgit is now a lot weaker than the Thai Bhat but let's not digress from the topic. Compared to the previous generation model, prices have increased by 21 and 17 percent respectively for the two variants, but that’s also becaus
We’ve covered the SUVs that are making its way to Malaysia in 2023 and as we charge into the year at full steam, let’s look at the MPVs that are likely to be launched this year. Honda BR-V - Still want the Veloz? Kicking things off with the competitive category of MPVs that is the B-segment. Well, Honda markets it as an SUV but many buyers still consider the Honda BR-V as an MPV, hence our inclusion of it here. Also read: All-new 2022 Honda BR-V launched in Thailand - Honda Sensing standard, RM