Honda BR-V to showcase at the Auto Expo 2016
While the auto world is gearing up for the upcoming grand event in the month of February 2016. We surely would offer the latest updates in order to give the most prominent and latest buzz that would surely offer the much required stimulation to all you auto fanatics of the country
While, the auto world is gearing up for the upcoming grand event in the month of February 2016. We surely would offer the latest updates in order to give the most prominent and latest buzz that would surely offer the much required stimulation to all you auto fanatics of the country. It’s time to pull up your socks and get prepared to witness one of the most prominent events of the nation. As the Honda Br-V got an opportunity to highlight the market in Indonesia as its prime venture showcased at the GIIAS show in Jakarta earlier in the month of August, while the customers and its fans in the native country will have the chance to get a glance of this upcoming new sensation at the Auto Expo 2016.
Mr. Katsushi Inoue, the President & CEO of Honda Cars India Ltd. established to Indian Autos Blog that the car would be hurled in the market during the upcoming fiscal. He also added on further about the two diverse variants that would be on offer in the Honda BR-V, being the petrol and the diesel mills especially for the market of India. The BR-V would primarily step into the production spree at PT Honda Prospect’s Karawang unit that is based out in West Java, Indonesia, starting early-2016. As far as the Indian market is concerned, the Honda BR-V crossover would reportedly be produced at the brand’s Tapukara unit based in Rajasthan starting in the month of April 2016.
The company would offer a petrol unit of the BR-V that would be borrowed from the Honda City. The 1.5-L i-VTEC mill would carry the capacity to produce 118 hp and a peak torque of 145 Nm. In Indonesia, this engine would be mated to a 6-speed manual or a freshly-designed CVT. Talking about its functioning at the Indian roads, The Honda BR-V would also use the 1.5-L i-DTEC diesel mill, although a report says that Honda is anticipated to choose wisely over the choose a 1.6-liter i-DTEC engine particularly for the BR-V