Honda BR-V 7 seats about to return to Vietnam to “fight” Mitsubishi Xpander?

Honda N7X main concept is preview version, before New generation Honda BR-V launch. Inheriting the Honda BR-V, the commercial version of the Honda N7X concept that can be called the new generation BR-V will own a new, more modern design, multi-purpose 7-seater interior aimed at customers interested in 7-seater MPV. Small size for urban use.Honda BR-V 7 seats It is the rival model of Mitsubishi Xpander and Suzuki Ertiga in some markets in Southeast Asia such as Thailand or Indonesia. Previously there were many rumors that Honda BR-V would be distributed by Honda Vietnam, but until now, HVN has left open its plan to distribute BR-V models.However, in the near future, it is possible that Honda Vietnam will distribute the new generation BR-V in the Vietnamese market. In the context of Honda Vietnam’s product portfolio, there is a lack of competitive products in the small 7-seat MPV segment.It is known that Honda N7X concept is a concept developed by Honda Indonesia, as with all Honda concepts, the N7X seems almost ready for production.The car has a fairly modern design with a large chrome grille connecting the LED headlights, integrated LED daytime (DRLs). Thanks to the body panels, the Honda N7X concept has a strong SUV style.In contrast, at three-quarters from the rear, the N7X looks like an MPV. At the rear, the N7X’s taillights are similar to the new Honda City.Currently, Honda Indonesia has not revealed the engine and powertrain on the Honda N7X concept. The current Honda BR-V uses a naturally aspirated 1.5-liter 4cyl engine for 117 horsepower combined with a CVT gearbox.SUV-style design, spacious multi-purpose 7-seater interior, Honda N7X concept or BR-V The new generation promises to bring many attractive points to customers in Southeast Asia.In the coming time, the new generation BR-V promises to “transform” enough to compete with rivals such as the Mitsubishi Xpander Cross or Suzuki XL7 – Two small, but SUV-style 7-seater MPV models.Video: Honda introduces the new concept Honda N7X.


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