Honda WR-V is gearing up to make its Indian debut next month and have been spotted at dealer’s yard already. Ahead of its official launch, the interior of the Jazz-based crossover has been spied.
It is speculated from jazz to carry forward the cost of internal control, and these findings conform to the same picture. The dashboard is the same as a jazz added to the updated new city car. So the 7-inch touch screen is larger than the center of a jazz, steering wheel installation controls exist, instrument cluster adjustment and capacitive touch climate control is also available. WR-V will also have a skylight, just like a city in the built-in navigation infotainment system as well as a smartphone connection. The magical seats of jazz, engine start and stop buttons and cruise control systems will also be part of the WR-V package. Honda WR-V Diesel sees the variants of diesel at the top of the VX cut line. The fascia is mainly treated with an integrated drl aggressive headlamp, the roof has rail and chrome finish. ORVM will put the signal and the car ride in the stylish 16-inch alloy wheels.
The WR-V will also borrow the engines fitted in the Jazz. So, the petrol will be the 1.2-litre i-VTEC making 87bhp while the diesel version will get the 1.5-litre i-DTEC motor putting out 98bhp. Transmission options will include a five-speed manual and a CVT for the petrol and a six-speed manual for the diesel.
When launched in India, the WR-V will go up against the Hyundai i20 Active, Volkswagen Cross Polo, Toyota Etios Cross and the Fiat Avventura Cross as well as the compact crossovers such as Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and the Ford EcoSport. Expected prices for the WR-V is between Rs 5.80 – 12 lakh.