This how much the updated Honda BR-V costs in SA

Honda's popular BR-V has been given an update for 2020, with new LED headlights, rear parking sensors on certain models while the flagship Elegance model benefits from a 17cm touchscreen infotainment interface.

Honda says the NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) levels have been improved by virtue extra soundproofing material to the latest model. 

No changes have been made under the bonnet however, the industrious 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine with 88kW and 145Nm carries on.


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As before, the entry-level Trend derivative is offered with a six-speed manual gearbox only, while Comfort and Elegance models are available with a six-speed manual or a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).

The Trend model features LED daytime driving lights that sit below its projector-style halogen headlights. 

The Comfort model gains rear parking sensors while the top-of-the-range Elegance model has leather seats, keyless entry and start. The new 17cm touchscreen is available exclusively in the Elegance model. 

All models benefit from a five-year or 200 000km warranty, however only the Comfort and Elegance models features a four-year or 60 000km extended service plan.


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1.5 Trend Manual R258 800

1.5 Comfort Manual R291 500

1.5 Comfort CVT R310 300

1.5 Elegance Manual R314 400

1.5 Elegance CVT R333 000

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