Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) offers genuine accessories for the all-new 2023 BR-V, which is said to give the seven-seater MPV added style points and provide more practicality.
The 2023 Honda BR-V genuine accessories
Present to make the BR-V more appealing to the eye is a tailgate garnish, an exhaust pipe finisher, a door mirror garnish, and a front fender trim. On the more functional side, Honda also offers a door visor, which is useful for keeping the rain away when sliding down the windows by a couple of inches.
Moving on to the BR-V interior accessories is the cargo tray and a seat back protector set. Both of these may be able to prevent damage whenever one loads up the car with cargo. The cargo tray in particular is also deep enough to prevent small items from sliding around when driving.
Last but not the least is the BR-V side step garnish cover. This in turn protects the BR-V’s side steps from scratches caused whenever someone comes in or goes down the vehicle.
Honda BR-V door visors
If you’re interested in the 2023 Honda BR-V's list of genuine accessories, you should contact or visit your nearest Honda Cars dealership. The prices for these after all are not yet listed on the car brand’s official website.
But if the stock 2023 Honda BR-V has already caught your eye, be aware that it comes in four different variants. The most affordable is the BR-V S priced at Php 1,090,000, while the most expensive top-spec variant is the BR-V VX Honda Sensing which comes with a price tag of Php 1,390,000.
The BR-V VX Honda Sensing trim gets the Japanese brand’s suite of driver-assistive technologies. This includes adaptive cruise control, collision mitigation braking, lane keep assist, road departure mitigation, auto-high beams, lane departure warning, lead car departure notification, among others.
The BR-V seat back protector set
All 2023 Honda BR-V models are then powered by a 1.5-liter DOHC I-VTEC engine that’s capable of producing up to 119 horsepower and 145 Nm of torque. Power is then sent to its front wheels via a continuously variable transmission. The entry-level S variant then stands out as the sole trim that uses a five-speed manual transmission.
Also present inside this Honda MPV are plenty of amenities like a seven-inch headunit, automatic air-conditioning, as well as space that’s good for up to seven occupants.
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Know more about Honda BR-V 2023
The 2023 Honda BR-V is a seven-seater compact MPV. It is now in its 2nd-gen version, and it has four different variants in the local market. There’s the top-spec VX honda Sensing priced at 1,390,000, V CVT priced at Php 1,300,000, the S CVT which has a price tag of Php 1,190,000, and the entry-level S MT priced at Php 1,100,000.
Under the hood of the Honda BR-V is a 1.5-liter gasoline inline-4 engine that’s capable of making up to 119 horsepower and 145 Nm of torque. Sending power to its front wheels is a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
Size-wise, the all-new BR-V is 4,490mm long, 1,780mm wide, and 1,685mm in height. It also has a wheelbase length of 2,700mm, and a ground clearance of 207mm.
In the local market, the Honda BR-V competes against the Toyota Avanza, Hyundai Staria, Nissan Livina, Mitsubishi Xpander, among others.
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