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Honda BR-V variant-wise features list emerges online

Honda BR-V variant-wise features list

Dual airbags are standard across the range.

The Honda BR-V is all set to be launched in India later today and the variant-wise features list has already emerged online. The crossover will be available in 4 trim levels – E, S, V and VX.

The base E variant is equipped with standard dual airbags, ABS with EBD (only in the diesel variant), projector headlamps, LED taillight guide, roof rails, adjustable head restraints for all three rows, split seats (2nd & 3rd row), digital AC controls, power windows, and tilt steering.

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The projector headlamps are offered even on the base variant.

The S trim adds 2 DIN integrated audio system with Bluetooth connectivity, multifunction steering wheel, sliding second row, ABS and EBD on petrol variant as well, automatic climate control with rear AC vents, height adjustable driver seat, electrically adjustable wing mirrors, and rear wash wiper with defogger.

The V trim sports button start with keyless entry, alloy wheels, electrically foldable wing mirrors with integrated turn indicators, 3D instrument console with MID, fog lamps, second row centre armrest, security alarm, speed sensing door locks, tweeters and chrome finished door handles.

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The top-end VX sports leather seats and leather wrapped steering wheel.

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The fully loaded VX variant features LED daytime running lamps, leather seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear lever cover, leather trims for door pads, bumper garnish, chrome rub strips, heat absorbing windshield, and driver power window auto up, etc.

Stay tuned to Rushlane for pricing deails.

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