Honda BR-V

RM 80,989 - 87,701 TBC
B-Segment SUV | 1.5L


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The Honda BR-V is far more comfortable than any of its rivals.
All variants of the Honda BR-V is equipped with ABS, EBD, BA, and stability control.
The Honda BR-V offers class-leading power output figures and fuel consumption.
1.5L | Naturally-aspirated
1.5L | Naturally-aspirated
1.5L | Natural Aspirate

Honda BR-V Gallery

Honda BR-V Reviews

  • Honda BR-V front quarter 2018 Honda BR-V Gallery


    There is no mistaking the BR-V's looks as anything but an SUV though with a slightly longer side profile. Honda prefers the term "crossover" for the BR-V as the company claims that the BR-V was built from the platform up to accommodate 7 with ease.


    The BR-V measures in at 1,735 x 1,666 x 2,662 mm in terms of width, height, wheelbase. But the length of the BR-V differs slightly between the variants with the E measuring at 4,453 mm and the V measuring in at 4,456 m

    2018 Honda BR-V Dimensions
      Honda BR-V E Honda BR-V V
    Length 4,453 mm 4,456 mm
    Width 1,735 mm 1,735 mm
    Height 1,666 mm 1,666 mm
    Wheelbase 2,662 mm 2,662 mm

    Honda BR-V headlamp


    All variants of the Honda BR-V utilise halogen headlights and LED Daytime Running Lights, while only the V gets front fog lamps.


    The Honda BR-V rolls on 16-inch wheels.

  • Honda BR-V steering wheel

    Centre Console

    Honda proudly markets 11 cupholders in the BR-V, and these holders are of different sizes to accommodate all sizes of cups and bottles. Using the Japanese space-saving technique has allowed Honda to not only create enough space for all occupants but allow them to squeeze out every inch for a useable cubby space.


    Most of the dashboard is made with good quality hard plastic. Unlike the City, the BR-V does not feel too industrial. The sea of black is relieved by strips of chrome to give it a modern feel.

    Honda BR-V seats folded


    Honda did not disappoint with the BR-V in terms of spaciousness. All 3 rows are afforded plenty of legroom and headroom thanks to the car's higher height.


    Honda doesn't skimp on space even when accommodating the third row. There is still 223-litre worth of luggage capacity with the third row up and 539-litres on tap with the third-row seats neatly stowed away.

  • Honda BR-V traction control button 2018 Honda BR-V Specs and Features

    Safety Features

    Like the City and Jazz, the B-segment SUV also comes equipped with Vehicle Stability Assist and Traction Control, though the BR-V only has 2 airbags for safety cushion.

    Comfort Features

    Only the range-topping V gets leather upholstery, steering wheel and gear knob. The V variant also comes with the ever-useful rear-view camera and electric tailgate as well. Both variants come with rear air-cond vents.


    The base E variant gets only standard audio while the BR-V V gets a 6.1-inch touchscreen. Both variants are connectable via Bluetooth and USB while HDMI is reserved only for the top-spec.

  • Honda BR-V engine


    The Honda BR-V shares the same heart as its fellow B-segment siblings; a 1.5-litre SOHC i-VTEC dispenses 120 PS and 145 Nm.

    2018 Honda BR-V Engine
    1.5-litre SOHC i-VTEC 120 PS @ 6,600 rpm 145 Nm @ 4,600 rpm


    The BR-V's 1.5-litre engine is attached to Honda's efficient CVT.

    Honda BR-V gearshift


    The steering system in the BR-V uses Electric Power Steering with a turning radius of 5.6 m.


    Though it is essentially an SUV, the BR-V is front-wheel drive only.

  • Honda BR-V Push-start button

    Engine Performance

    The BR-V's engine might have the same power output as the other B-segment cars that it shares with, but compared to the smaller cars, the BR-V has a more sedated and calm performance rather than sprightly.

    Transmission Performance

    The BR-V makes good use of Honda's famed CVT. Thanks to the BR-V's larger cabin, the loud churn of the CVT is easily channelled out so it is less intrusive leaving only the smooth feeling of the CVT.

    Steering and Handling

    Though a larger car, the BR-V's steering is surprisingly light. This makes manoeuvring around a tight parking lot a breeze and doesn't leave you tired while cruising on the highway. While it's light, it doesn't disconnect you from the road to give you an artificial feel.

  • Honda BR-V second row seats

    Sound Proofing

    The BR-V doesn't have the quietest interior, there are parts in the interior that rattles and wind from the outside seep into the car easily.

    Passenger Comfort 

    Being a high riding car, the BR-V can get a little uncomfortable because of the excessive body roll. The suspension is set on the firm side though it still absorbs enough portholes to give a less crashy ride.

  • Honda BR-V fuel cap

    Honda claims the BR-V returns 15.5 km/ litre thanks to the Earthdream engine.

  • Honda BR-V rear quarter

    Instead of utilitarian, the BR-V is more a lifestyle people mover. It certainly has a more comfortable ride than even all its closest rivals and is easier to handle, it also has practicality than its closest rival, the Perodua Aruz, lacks and more space to boot.

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