Customers who bought the all-new BR-V are about to get a treat as Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) announces the arrival of its first batch. Moreover, Honda’s automobile business unit brings in 2 Modulo variants of the 7-seater crossover.
The all-new BR-V will be available in the local showrooms starting Saturday, December 10, 2016. Deliveries to the customers will also begin on the same weekend.
With its entry level variant at P989,000, the all-new BR-V is Honda’s answer to the local demand for 7-seater crossovers. It has a beefy fascia with 3-row seating configuration (2+3+2) and comes standard with rear air conditioning and a 7-inch entertainment system. Meanwhile, the top-of-the-line variant is equipped with push start button, leather seats, and Garmin navigation system.
On the other hand, interested buyers now have sportier options with HCPI’s introduction of the all-new BR-V 1.5 S CVT Modulo and 1.5 V Navi CVT Modulo variants.
These 2 new choices are accessorized versions of the current lineup, equipped with front under spoiler, side under spoiler, rear under spoiler, tailgate spoiler, shark fin antenna, and a side step garnish in its interior. For added safety, rear corner sensors and daytime running lights (DRL) were added to the 1.5 V Navi CVT Modulo variant.
To showcase the arrival of this newest model from Honda, dealerships are to hold special Open House events. The all-new BR-V will also be on display from December 8-14, 2016 at the SM Mall of Asia.
The all-new BR-V is available at the following prices: 1.5 S CVT (P989,000), 1.5 S CVT Modulo (P1,035,000), 1.5 V Navi CVT (P1,119,000), and 1.5 V Navi CVT Modulo (P1,185,000).
For more information about the all-new Honda BR-V, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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