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Honda BR-V (DG1)
2017 Honda BR-V 1.5 E DG1 (190316).jpg
2017 Honda BR-V E (DG1; pre-facelift, Indonesia)
ProductionJanuary 2016 – present
Body and chassis
ClassCompact crossover SUV
Body style5-door SUV
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
Power output
  • 88 kW (118 hp; 120 PS) (petrol)
  • 73.5 kW (99 hp; 100 PS) (diesel)
Wheelbase2,660 mm (104.7 in)
Length4,450–4,560 mm (175.2–179.5 in)
Width1,735 mm (68.3 in)
Height1,665 mm (65.6 in)
Curb weight1,206–1,222 kg (2,659–2,694 lb)

The Honda BR-V is a compact crossover SUV which has been manufactured by Honda since 2016. The car shares its platform with the second-generation Mobilio, which is based on the lengthened Brio platform. The BR-V sits below the HR-V and is sold in Brunei, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and Thailand.

The abbreviation BR-V stands for Bold Runabout Vehicle.[1]


On 20 August 2015, the BR-V prototype was unveiled at the 23rd Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show. It is the third automobile model that was developed by Honda R&D Asia Pacific Co., Ltd. in Thailand after the Amaze and Mobilio.

According to Tomoki Uchida, director of Honda Prospect Motor in Indonesia, the BR-V would serve as an answer to rising customer demands and needs for an inexpensive SUV that rides high, has a sleek design and is capable to load 7 passengers at one trip.[1] As BR-V is targeted particularly for the Asian market, mass production will take place at several plants with different commencement date.


The BR-V available with either a 1.5 L L15Z1 i-VTEC four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 88 kW (118 hp; 120 PS) at 6,600 rpm and 145 N⋅m (107 lb⋅ft) of torque at 4,600 rpm, or a 1.5 L N15AEarth Dreams i-DTEC four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine that produces 73.5 kW (99 hp; 100 PS) at 3,600 rpm and 200 N⋅m (148 lb⋅ft) of torque at 1,750 rpm.



The BR-V was launched in India in an official event in Kolkata on 5 May 2016. Four trim levels were available: E, S, V and VX. All trim are available with either a petrol or diesel engine paired with a manual transmission. Only the petrol-powered V trim can be had with a continuous variable transmission.[2][3] It was discontinued in 2020 due to declining sales and implementation of BS6 emission standards from April 2020.[4]


The BR-V went on sale in Indonesia on 23 January 2016 and is available in 3 trim levels:

  • S (6-speed manual transmission)
  • E (6-speed manual and CVT)
  • E Prestige, later renamed to Prestige (CVT)

The hill-start assist and vehicle stability assist is available in CVT option.

The BR-V became Honda's second best-selling automobile model in Indonesia for 2016.[5]


The BR-V was launched in Malaysia on 5 January 2017. The Malaysian version comes with added NVH reduction features compared to those sold in neighboring countries.[6] By early March 2017, bookings up to 8,500 units were received for the Honda BR-V in Malaysia, making it one of the top selling cars for Honda in Malaysia and resulting in an extended waiting time for the car.[7] Almost 12,000 units of BR-V were sold within the first six months after launch.[8] All variant/trim come standard with Electric Power Steering (EPS), Hill Start Assist (HSA), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), Isofix and reverse camera with parking sensors.

In Malaysia, the BR-V is offered in E, V and SE (Special Edition) trim levels and powered by 1.5L SOHC i-VTEC engine paired with Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT).


The BR-V was opened for booking in Pakistan in February 2017 and officially launched on 21 April 2017.[9][10]

Honda Atlas offered the vehicle in three different variants/trim levels:[10]

  • i-VTEC MT (manual transmission)
  • i-VTEC (automatic transmission)
  • i-VTEC S (automatic transmission)

The i-VTEC MT variant was launched on 1 April 2018.[10]


The BR-V was previewed at the 2016 Philippine International Motor Show. It is available in 2 trim levels: 1.5 S CVT and 1.5 V Navi CVT.

It went on sale on 10 December 2016 at all Honda dealerships across the country.[11][12]

South Africa

The BR-V was launched into the South African market in October 2016 with either manual transmission or CVT options in several trim levels:

  • Trend Manual
  • Comfort Manual
  • Comfort CVT
  • Elegance Manual
  • Elegance CVT

South African models get paddle shifters on the CVT models. The lineup doesn't include EBD on any models. Both daytime running lamps and reverse parking sensors are absent and neither are offered as an optional factory option.[citation needed]


Initially previewed at the 2015 Thailand International Motor Expo, the BR-V was launched in Thailand on the 28 January 2016 with two variants available: V and SV. The V only came with two rows of seats allowing for a seating capacity of 5 while the SV variant came with three rows of seats allowing for a seating capacity of 7.[13][14]

2019 facelift

The BR-V received a facelift that includes redesigned front and rear fascia. This facelift was first launched at the 27th Indonesia International Motor Show on 25 April 2019.[15][16]

On 5 November 2019, for the Mexican market, this facelift entered the market just after being sold for a year.[17]


Calendar Year Thailand Indonesia Philippines[18] Pakistan India[19]
2016 10,153[20] 38,666[21] 704 16,820
2017 6,087[22] 21,932[23] 7,212 10,318 12,275
2018 5,143[24] 9,143[25] 4,719 16,019 7,140[26]
2019 4,540[27] 4,071[28] 2,857[26]


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