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    #31
    Baka August DAW.. 4 variants.. at may Manual.. yung TOTL na may honda sensing baka nasa 1.3M+ na yan..

    First off, there are two entries: one for models equipped with a CVT, and one where the transmission is not indicated. That likely means it's the manual transmission version; given that it has the lightest curb weight at 1341 kg, the M/T seems like the logical conclusion.

    Then we have the engine: it's 1498cc. That's the same engine displacement as the City Sedan, City Hatchback, and the HR-V. Given that those models are already in showrooms, there's no need for another approval of an entire model range.

    Speaking of weights, again the lightest model is at 1341 kg, followed by the CVT models at 1364 kg, 1391 kg, and 1398 kg. Actually, they also indicated the variant badges for the CVT models in a very Honda fashion: the S, V, and VX. The fourth variant, the M/T, wasn't given a variant badge; perhaps it's S as well.

    So really, the only logical model that fits those descriptions is the all-new Honda BR-V that was revealed in Indonesia last year. The gross weights of the vehicle actually support that too; with GVW ranging from 1810 to 1850 kg, it has to be a small seven-seater.

    As for features and pricing, we have yet to find out. We can expect the usual Honda equipment package when it comes to connectivity and convenience, depending on the model range. It is also possible that the BR-V could have the Honda Sensing advanced safety package as the top-spec Indonesian model does have it (the BR-V Prestige Honda Sensing), but that would mean it would be priced rather high for the class.

    As to when Honda Cars Philippines will launch the model, we can only guess. Our money is in mid-August.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Qwerty_ View Post
    Baka August DAW.. 4 variants.. at may Manual.. yung TOTL na may honda sensing baka nasa 1.3M+ na yan..
    1.2M lang yung entry level HR-V

    I'm sure Honda PH wont price the TOTL BR-V higher than the entry level HR-V.

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    #33
    1.25M yung HRV..

    sa Indonesia kasi yung BRV with honda sensing nasa 1.25M na din..


    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    1.2M lang yung entry level HR-V

    I'm sure Honda PH wont price the TOTL BR-V higher than the entry level HR-V.

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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by _Qwerty_ View Post
    1.25M yung HRV..

    sa Indonesia kasi yung BRV with honda sensing nasa 1.25M na din..
    (Parang wala ako makitang 2022 HRV thread?)
    Okay din price difference ng base HRV, compared sa City RS HB. Upgrade sa space, specs, at clearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bxr monkey View Post
    (Parang wala ako makitang 2022 HRV thread?)
    2021 Honda HR-V/Vezel (3rd Gen)

    Quote Originally Posted by bxr monkey View Post
    Okay din price difference ng base HRV, compared sa City RS HB. Upgrade sa space, specs, at clearance.
    Dating best seller ng Honda PH itong BR-V. kaya dapat sakto lang price nila against the Avanza.

    Tapos yung HR-V naman para sa naghahanap ng less common na "crossover" pero Honda pa din.

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    #36
    they need to improve the braking distance.

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    #37
    and sana pinalitan na nila yung CV Boots nang BRV.. yung 1st gen.. after 3 years.. nag le leak na yung CV Boots..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    2021 Honda HR-V/Vezel (3rd Gen)



    Dating best seller ng Honda PH itong BR-V. kaya dapat sakto lang price nila against the Avanza.

    Tapos yung HR-V naman para sa naghahanap ng less common na "crossover" pero Honda pa din.
    Maraming salamat ice15. Sana nga minimal price increase sa BRV. Ayos din at may MT para sa power response lalo na 1300kgs ito, kapagod lang sa trapik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bxr monkey View Post
    Maraming salamat ice15. Sana nga minimal price increase sa BRV. Ayos din at may MT para sa power response lalo na 1300kgs ito, kapagod lang sa trapik.
    yup... hopefully Xpander price range (or even lower for the MT)

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    #40
    Sa Indonesia ba, ano price difference ng TOTL BRV sa entry level HRV? That's a good gauge, yes?

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