ooking to move from a small, nimble car to larger crossovers, the compact SUV category has become one of the fastest growing segments in India.India is witnessing what could be called an SUV-fication of the car market. With buyers in even the lower segments l
Honda has seen a whopping 185% growth in sales between 2010 and 2014, as the Japanese carmaker forayed into new segments with Brio, Amaze, Mobilio and the new Jazz. Come 2016, Honda will join the growing group of compact crossover offerings with an interesting product– the BR-V. Introduced to automobile journalists recently, the BR-V promises to be a strong candidate in this burgeoning segment.
First things first, Honda makes it very clear that the BR-V is a crossover Utility Vehicle and not a compact SUV. Although based on the Brio platform, the BR-V appears a whole order of magnitude more solid and upright. The front has a very muscular and SUV-ish look, thanks to the squared-off styling, angular headlamps withRead More »from First Drive: Honda BR-V