All-new 2022 Honda BR-V made its first debut

The all-new 2022 Honda BR-V finally made its first debut in Indonesia. Aside from its edgier and bolder exterior styling, Honda’s subcompact MPV now features more tech for both safety and convenience, plus, it also shares the same platform of the all-new City.

2022 Honda BR-V exterior quarter front

For starters, the all-new BR-V strongly resembles the N7X concept, with it featuring a more prominent fascia that now has a larger grille that’s treated with a shiny black material along with a chrome strip that goes along with its LED headlights. It also gets fog lamps, black cladding, and a faux skidplate at the bottom part of the bumper. 

2022 Honda BR-V exterior quarter rear

Going over the side, the application of the black cladding continues. Everything remains well-proportioned and it gets these well-pronounced character lines that give its side profile a clean yet edgy look. Other notable features include roof rails, repeaters on its side mirrors, the Honda Lane Watch Camera, and a new set of 16-inch alloys.

Lastly, the rear gets an attractive design treatment as well. Aside from the black cladding on its bumpers, the subcompact MPV also gets a new pair of taillights that somewhat resembles the one found on the new Honda City. It also comes with parking sensors, a rear spoiler, and a shark’s fin antenna. 

2022 Honda BR-V interior

Inside, both the driver and its passengers will be pleased with its newly laid-out cabin. It’s still a 7-seater making it a suitable vehicle for families. The dashboard is all-new, and it comes with automatic climate control, a 4.2 multi-information display, along with a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Opting for higher trims will add leather upholstered seats.

2022 Honda BR-V exterior quarter rear Philippines

Honda has also done a terrific job with the safety of its all-new model. Notably, the BR-V is currently the only model in its segment to feature lane-keep assist, lane departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, collision mitigation braking system, adaptive cruise control, and automatic emergency braking.

Under the hood, is the same engine found on the City, which is no surprise since both models share the same platform. Its 1.5-liter gasoline engine puts out identical figures with the subcompact sedan, specifically 119 hp and 145 Nm of torque. The said mill could also be mated to either a manual gearbox or a CVT.

Honda has done a great job with the all-new BR-V. Once again, the Japanese automaker has launched a model that has the right balance of tech and practicality. Perhaps, Honda Cars Philippines could bring in this model anytime soon since the MPV does cater well to many Filipinos. 

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