Friday, November 4, 2016

Honda Reveals BR-V Pricing for the Philippines


Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), finally announces the price of the all-new BR-V. Starting December this year, the entry price of this 7-seater SUV in the country will be P 989,000. This currently makes the All-New BR-V the most affordable 7-seater SUV in the Philippines (read our first impressions, here).

Reasonably priced, the features of the All-New BR-V S CVT variant remain uncompromised. Its masculine exterior design is emphasized by fog lights, roof rails, and 16-inch alloy wheels. Inside, it is equipped with a high quality and technology-packed interior featuring a spacious and comfortable cabin, 7-inch Touch Screen Display Audio, digital air conditioning controls, and rear air conditioning system with independent controls.

Meanwhile, the All-New BR-V V Navi CVT is further enhanced with advanced technology through Smart Entry with Push Start System, Built-in Navigation powered by Garmin, front automatic climate control, power folding mirrors, and paddle shifters. Its rugged and sporty exterior look is completed by a front and rear bumper garnish, chrome side sill garnish and door handle, and LED position lights. In addition, this top-of-the-line variant is equipped with leather seats. This feature-packed variant will be available for only P 1,119,000 (plus P 20,000 for White Orchid Pearl).

Not only is the BR-V priced well, it also has the highest ground clearance among Honda’s SUV line up with 201 mm. It also carries top-notch safety features such as Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) and Hill Start Assist (HSA), making it the perfect SUV for the Filipino family.

Customers may catch the All-New BR-V from November 15 to 20, 2016 at SM City Cebu.

Customers may also visit the following dealerships, as the All-New BR-V continues its nationwide tour:
  • November 3-5: Honda Cars Negros Occidental
  • November 3-6: Honda Cars Pasig, Honda Cars Marikina, Honda Cars Fairview
  • November 4-7: Honda Cars Cavite
  • November 8-10: Honda Cars Cagayan de Oro
  • November 11-13: Honda Cars Shaw, Honda Cars Cam Sur Pili, Honda Cars Marcos Highway
Furthermore, customers may test drive the All-New BR-V for the first time at the Auto Focus Test Drive Festival at the SM Mall of Asia Grounds from November 17 to 20, 2016.

The vehicle that makes you rise above your limits is almost within reach. Customers may reserve now and be one of the first to own the most affordable 7-seater SUV in the country.

Delivery of the All-New BR-V begins this December.

The All-New BR-V will be available with the following color options:
  • Premium Amber Metallic (1.5 V Navi CVT only)
  • White Orchid Pearl (1.5 V Navi CVT only)
  • Lunar Silver Metallic
  • Modern Steel Metallic
  • Crystal Black Pearl
  • Taffeta White (1.5 S CVT only)

29 comments:

  1. After holding the final price for weeks with their 30 minutes decision, it's still overpriced!

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  2. The first time it was launch That only cost almost Php800thou before ...maybe this price is only in Japan.

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  3. "This currently makes the All-New BR-V the most affordable 7-seater SUV in the Philippines"
    Cheapest 7-seater alright, but still expensive pound for pound compared to say, Innova. A more detailed comparison/review is what we need not a press-release script.

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  4. Why so expensive?

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  5. Its a raised and lengthened Brio and not an SUV. Maybe you can call it a 7-seat MPV but then it would be overpriced compared to Avanza

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  6. I have yet to see an article saying it is a Mobilio on stilts. Hehe.
    I hope they refresh the Brio with the BRV's dash board and instrument cluster.

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  7. I'll test drive this at MOA next week before I complain.

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  8. People who haven't tested it yet are deeming it overpriced, and comparing it to an Avanza we use as taxis. Oh, and the Avanza targets the Mobilio and Ertiga.

    Mga Pinoy nga naman. Makapag-reklamo lang.

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  9. Kung bibili ng mobilio, mag brv nalang.

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    1. Mobilio = (insert gary v song)

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  10. JUKE vs ECOSPORT vs BR-V :

    Below is my comparo of the most salient points.

    ENGINE: JUKE - 1.6 CVT
    ECOS - 1.5 Six Speed AT
    BRV - 1.5 CVT
    Winner - Nissan Juke

    POWER: JUKE - 114Hp x 154Nm
    ECOS - 110Hp x 142Nm
    BRV - 118Hp x 145Nm
    Tie - Nissan Juke & Honda BrV

    TIRE: JUKE - R17 55 215
    ECOS - R16 60 205
    BRV - R16 60 195
    Winner - Nissan Juke

    GROUND CLERANCE:
    JUKE - 185mm
    ECOS - 203mm
    BRV - 200mm
    Winner - Ford Ecosport

    MODEL DESCRIPTION
    JUKE - Top of the Line (Upper)
    ECOS - Top of the Line
    BRV - Base Model
    Winner - Ford Ecosport

    PRICE:
    JUKE - 980k
    ECOS - 985k
    BRV - 989k
    Winner - Nissan Juke

    MY VERDICT : The Overall Winner is Nissan Juke !

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    1. The Juke looks like a frog. It also has a bad transmission. Though fuel efficient, I would rather add around 100k and buy a compact(Honda Civic, Mazda 3, or a Focus) than the Juke.

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  11. BR-V should be priced around 895K base model to 989K premium model, And makes the compitation more fun, Godbless!

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  12. Not convinced? Here are ADD ONS:

    You insist the JUKE & ECOSPORT are not 7-seaters?
    Then buy the INNOVA 2.8 J. With its 163Hp x 343Nm engine output, it's performance is comparable to the old Fortuner, Montero, Everest & Alterra. Priced at Php1,021,000. Only 22k difference from the Base BRV.

    Where Sold?
    Juke - sold in Europe, South America, South Africa and Asia.
    Ecosport - sold same as the Juke.
    BrV - sold in Phils, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

    Final Decision? Its up to you dear readers...

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    1. For once, I agree with AutoActiv. But if you don't need 7 seats and want some style, buy a compact(Mazda 3 V, or a Honda Civic E, or a Ford Focus)

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    2. There is nothing in the Ecosport that will make it better than the Honda. Like the Juke it's too cramped. The DC transmission is horrible. Lastly just because this is an Asean car doesnt make it inferior. It even means it is more suitable to our roads.

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    3. Holy crap! Autoactiv made sense! Minsan lang to!

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    4. The ecosport looks nice but the seats are hard and not comfy, and quite sluggish. The transmission is also jerky.

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  13. Sometimes people hate me. Sometimes people love me. Sometimes they like my comments.

    Maraming salamat po sa inyong pag-appreciate sa comment nyo. Kayo po ang nagbibigay inspirasyon sa akin para mag share ng idea.

    Mabuhay ang carguide. Mabuhay ang mga car owners. I-enjoy po natin mga cars natin anumang gawa ito. Sa mga wala pa pong car, enjoy po ninyo ang inyong mga kariton.

    Mabuhay po tayong lahat. Happy 'Pacquio Vargas' fight viewing !

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    1. ...sa pag appreciate sa comment ko. Maraming salamat...

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  14. Honda keeps marketing this as an SUV. It's just a crossover MPV, pretty much the Mobilio on stilts. Like how the HR-V is the Jazz on stilts, or the CR-V the Civic on stilts. Those are crossovers or CUVs. Not that it's bad, it's just confusing. Only thing that resembles an SUV on this are the fender flares, and roof rails.

    And the Juke is a better vehicle definitely. Let's just wait for the refreshed version which looks a lot more normal. For those curious, google is your friend.

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    1. The Juke? lol. The transmission and the front face are horrible .

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    2. Juke is pretty cute. Because of it's non conventional design it will age better than the traditional ones.
      Heck it's already a 5 year old car in other countries, Its quirky design looks better than traditional boring looking ones like the Mobilio, City etc.
      Also what's wrong with its transmission? Just because it's a CVT?

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  15. No freebie's like LTO registration
    No discount for cash
    You need to reserve and wait for 2 months
    Is this the way Honda do to attract potential buyers?

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  16. Is there by any chance that this car will get a reverse camera?

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  17. Its nearly the same price as the tucson which is a world class suv. If you really need 7 seats get the innova

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  18. hinayang lang ako sa posibleng lumaking market nito dahil marami sana itong aagawing customer sa ibang brand. sana naka discounted sale muna 3 months sa 930K at 1.050M. tapos pag marami kumagat saka nila pakita yan regular price. pero pag di umabot sa inaasahan ang benta e ituloy na lang nila yun discounted

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  19. I own a Mobilio and honestly I think this is a Mobilio on stilts and Honda is overpricing it but I have yet to test deive it.

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