Honda presented the updated crossover WR-VMarch 5, 2020
The first official photos of the novelty appeared on the Web. The car received changes in appearance and improved performance.
Japanese company Honda declassified the updated crossover WR-V, which is intended for the car market in India. The model is based on the “truck” from Honda Jazz. It first went on sale about three years ago, at the very beginning of 2017. This update was the first for the car. Honda WR-V has compact dimensions – the length of the cross is 4 070 mm with a wheelbase of 2,550 mm, width – 1,730 mm, and a height of 1,600 mm.
From the exterior, we note an almost completely changed front part – the updated WR-V received a new radiator grill, narrower headlights, stylish bumpers. Already in the basic version, the running lights have an LED filling.
In the side of the car, wheel arch extensions are distinguished, due to which the car visually added to the dimensions.
The engine range consists of two power plants – the base 1.2-liter engine with a return of 90 hp. and a 1.5-liter diesel engine with 100 hp The first is combined with a 5MKPP or a CVT depending on the configuration, and the diesel engine relies on a 6-speed manual transmission. Car sales will begin in April this year. The cost of the basic version is already known – it will be 775,000 rupees
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