New Honda BR-V is Here, Now in Funky Purple Colour
Honda Malaysia has finally launched the new BR-V.
The 7-seater features an enhanced exterior with a new front grille, new front bumper with a new lower bumper garnish, new fog light garnish, new 16-inch wheels, a new Shark Fin Antenna, as well as a new rear bumper with lower bumper garnish.
Inside, new features include tweeters, a cargo light, cabin filter, a new 7-inch Display Audio, and new leather seats with Red Finishing.
Meanwhile, Auto Air Conditioning, Keyless Entry and Push Start Button are now new standard features in the E variant.
Performance-wise, the New BR-V is still powered by a 1.5L SOHC i-VTEC engine coupled with Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT) that produces 120PS. Oh, there are Paddle Shifters in the high spec model now, too.
Other key features include the various seating arrangements that come courtesy of the 60:40 One Touch Tilt & Tumble second row seats, and the 50:50 Tilt & Full Tumble third row seats.
Honda also claims that the BR-V has the biggest trunk space with 223 litres when all the seats are up and 539 litres when the third-row seats are folded down.
There is also a new colour which is a first in Honda Malaysia’s model line-up – Marine Purple Pearl. The full colour line-up includes White Orchid Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic and Passion Red Pearl.
Price stands at RM89,900 for the E variant, while the V variant asks for RM96,900
On another note, Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd also kicked off two Community Relief Campaigns. One of them is the “Be Kind With BR-V” campaign, dedicated to support the COVID-19 relief programmes.
Starting from 2nd June until 31st August 2020, for every unit of the New BR-V sold, the Company will donate a portion of the proceeds to the COVID-19 relief programmes.
At the same time, the Company has also assembled its dealers in a joint effort to support affected communities in their neighbourhood through its second campaign “Honda Dealer Donation Drive”, which runs from 1st June until 31st August 2020.
Honda customers can visit their nearest dealership to donate basic necessities such as dried foods or household items. The donations will be compiled and delivered to affected communities in the areas around the respective dealers.