Watch: Our first impressions of the Honda BR-V

So far, so good
by Jason Tulio | Nov 6, 2016

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Despite the recent hype since its local launch at the Philippine International Motor Show last September, the Honda BR-V is still an unknown commodity for most Filipino buyers. After all, it won't even hit dealership floors until the end of this year. So naturally, people are interested to know whether Honda's latest alphabet variant is a worthy bearer of the 'H' badge. Sure, you already know how much it costs, but how does it actually feel to drive the seven-seater SUV? Maybe we can help give you an idea.

Watch this video to get a quick look at how the BR-V handles and what our first impressions are. Our writer Andy Leuterio will explain and take you for a virtual cruise in Honda's latest offering. The variant that he was lucky enough to drive is the top-of-the-line 1.5 V Navi CVT in Premium Amber Metallic. It comes with features like push-button start, leather seats, paddle shifters, and a built-in Garmin navigation.

For a more in-depth review, you can pick up a copy of the November 2016 issue of our magazine. 

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