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2020 Honda WRV Facelift


2020 Honda WRV Facelift

by admin | August 25, 2020


Honda India has launched the new WR-V facelift with prices starting at ?8.50 lakh and going up to ?10.99 lakh Two trim levels, SV & VX and a petrol and a diesel engine option to choose from. Cosmetic changes with BS6 compliant engines.

Honda has launched the new WR-V facelift after the delays due to Corona virus pandemic. The updated WR-V is available with a petrol and diesel engine options.

Exterior:

On the outside, the new WR-V gets more aggressive front and rear bumpers with a new grille with horizontal slats, new LED projector headlamps, new LED tail lamps, LED DRLs and roof rails. Additionally, both the petrol and diesel versions get separate new 16” alloy wheel designs.

Interior:

The interior gets new design pattern on the upholstery and updated quality materials. Features like Power windows, electric foldable ORVMs, 16” alloy wheels, driver seat height adjust, 7” Digipad2.0 touchscreen system, reverse camera, automatic climate control and projector headlamps are standard on both the variants of the new WR-V facelift.

The VX variant additionally gets LED projector headlamps, LED fog lamps, front center armrest, cruise control, electric sunroof, Smart key with push button start and a leather wrap steering wheel.

Engines:

The new WR-V is available with BS6 complaint 1.2L petrol and 1.5L Diesel engines producing 90PS & 100PS of maximum power and 110NM and 200NM of Peak Torque respectively. The petrol is available with a 5 speed manual transmission while the Diesel is available with a 6 speed manual gearbox.

Price:

The new WR-V will take on the BS6 versions of the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300 and Ford Ecosport. The petrol versions of the WR-V are priced at ?8.5L & ?9.7L while the diesel versions are priced at ?9.8L & ?10.99L for the SV & VX variants respectively. Honda is additionally offering the WR-V with a 3-year/unlimited kilometre warranty as standard to provide peace of mind & hassle free experience to its customers.


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