The BR-V was presented in India in May 2016 and looked to cut a specialty for itself with its hybrid like styling signs and seating for seven. In any case, purchasers viewed the BR-V as excessively like its foundation mate, the Mobilio, and that MPV interface didn’t help the Honda BR-V in a SUV-insane India. Additionally, as down to earth as the BR-V’s inside seemed to be, it missed numerous basic highlights at dispatch. Honda added greater hardware over the model’s life cycle, yet the BR-V basically didn’t offer to potential.

Honda Car India sold around 20,000 units of the BR-V in FY2017. Deals slid to 11,563 units in FY2018 and further dropped to all of 5,213 units in FY2019. Honda sold just 1,959 units of the BR-V in FY2020 till end-January this year. While the BR-V didn’t do excessively well in India, it has been a famous decision for purchasers in business sectors like Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines. Honda even presented a BR-V facelift in these business sectors a year ago.

Honda’s cut line-up in the Indian market involves the CR-V, Civic, Amaze, WR-V, Jazz and City – the remainder of which is expected for a full model change in the weeks to come.

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