In November 2016, Honda introduced a crossover called the WR-V (Winsome Runabout
Vehicle), made on the platform of the then generation of the Jazz model, and which is sold in South America and certain markets in Asia (including India).
Compared to the Honda Jazz, the WR-V is also characterized by increased ground clearance and additional protective elements.
Now Honda India has offered its customers a renewed version, with a modified front grille, new bumpers and LED lights, as well as alloy wheels of a new design.
In the Indian market, the WR-V is still available with a 1.2-liter petrol with 90HP / 110 Nm and a 1.5-liter diesel with 100HP / 200 Nm (the latter also with a 6-speed transmission).
The WR-V is 3999 mm long, 1734 mm wide, 1601 mm high, the wheelbase is 2555 mm, while the ground clearance is 188 mm.
The equipment also includes a keyless entry, 7.0-inch screen, cruise control, rear camera, parking sensors …
There will be two equipment packages on offer, and the basic version in India costs (recalculated) a little more than 10,000 euros.
Ivan Mitic – Autoblog.rs