After a long wait and dozens of rumoured articles, Honda has finally taken the covers off the Honda WR-V facelift.  Honda has launched the new car in two variants: SV and VX. There are quite a few new things on offer. Read on below to find more about Honda WR-V 5 reasons to consider.

Exterior

2020 Honda WR-V Launched

The first reason is the newly updated exteriors. The new WR-V looks more stylish and bold compared to its predecessor. A revised front bumper and grille, integrated Projector lamps with DRLs and faux skid plate are added to the looks of the car.

Interior

Honda WR-V comes with R16 dual-tone diamond-cut alloy wheels and a new Digipad 2.0 infotainment system as standard.  The SV variant, however, does not include two front tweeters and rear wiper and washer. The top-spec variant VX comes with all the bells and whistles.

Colours

2020 Honda WR-V Launched

The Honda WR-V is offered in Premium amber metallic, Radiant red metallic, Modern steel metallic, Platinum white pearl, Golden brown metallic and Lunar silver metallic. Multiple new colour options to choose from serves as a third reason to consider the Honda WR-V facelift.

Also read: Honda WR-V Facelift Competition in India

Variants

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The VX variant is available in both petrol and diesel options. It costs Rs.1.20 lakh more upfront but compensates for it by providing adequate features.  The VX variant provided exclusive features over the SV variant like electric sunroof, LED projector headlamps with DRLs, advanced LED rear combination lamps. Honda also provides rear wiper and washer, chrome door handles and shark fin antenna on the VX variant. Leather-wrapped steering wheel, start/stop button, charging points and Honda Smart Key with keyless remote is included in the facelifted WR-V.

Engine

Name1.2-litre four-cylinder petrol engine1.5-litre four-cylinder diesel engine
Maximum power89bhp@6000rpm98bhp@3600rpm
Maximum Torque110Nm@4800rpm200Nm@1750rpm
Fuel efficiency16.6 km/l23.7 km/l

The Honda WR-V facelift has been launched at a starting price of Rs.8,49,000 for the SV variant. The VX variant costs around Rs.9.7 lakh. The car will continue to compete against Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Ford EcoSport, Hyundai Creta and Tata Nexon including others. But the addition of Diesel engine will help the car stand out in the market and boost sales for Honda. 

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