The offer crossover of Honda is enriched in Mexico with a new team member with capacity for seven passengers, but an affordable price, something logical given their concept of low-cost.
Con prices similar to the HR-V, the new BR-V will try to convince the mexican families looking for a car capable, well-equipped and of proper quality for a fair price. Occurs in Thailand, and although its platform is derived from the urban Brio, making his point convincing.
The offer of engines is limited by the time the block gasoline 1.5 VTEC with 118 horses in combination with an automatic gearbox type CVT. In other markets can be purchased with either a five-speed manual transmission but at least for now is not planned for Mexico.
Those interested in the BR-V will be able to choose between the levels of finish, Uniq and Prime (although the more simple it will arrive in a few weeks). Security all lead stability control ESP, dual airbags front, anti-lock brakes ABS, anchors, LATCH for child seats, traction control TCS, distribution of the braking EBD and three-point seatbelts in all seven seats.
The finish Uniq has air conditioning with independent control for the rear seats, electric windows front and rear, trip computer, central locking, electric mirrors, steering wheel height adjustable, sound system with MP3, bluetooth, USB, etc,
The termination Prime adds the keyless entry and start, automatic climate control, multimedia system with touch screen 6.1-inch, rear view camera, HDMI port, six speakers, rear-view mirrors with blinkers integrated, chrome package exterior fog lights, alloy wheels of 16 inches, etc
The recommended prices for Mexico are the following:
- 1.5 VTEC 118 HP CVT Uniq 7-seater (next marketing)
- 1.5 VTEC 118 HP CVT Prime 7 seater 346.900 pesos (18.441$)