Honda WR-V facelift bookings open

    Refreshed WR-V cross-hatch prices to be announced later in March, around new Honda City launch.

    Published On Mar 06, 2020 05:45:00 PM


    Honda WR-V facelift bookings open

    Honda Cars India has officially announced acceptance of bookings for the refreshed WR-V that was recently revealed. The updated WR-V can now be booked at all Honda dealers for a booking amount of Rs 21,000. Deliveries are expected to begin sometime next month, with a price announcement slated to take place in the latter half of March.

    The 2020 BS6 Honda WR-V gets styling tweaks to its nose, with the front bumper getting more pronounced creases and tweaks to its blackened bits. The headlamp and chrome bar on the front remain the same; however, the grille now features horizontal slats instead of the previous model's a honeycomb pattern. The refreshed WR-V does not see any major styling tweaks to its side, nor to its rear.

    Under the hood, the new WR-V gets BS6-compliant petrol and diesel engine options in the form of a 1.5-litre diesel good for 110hp and a 1.2-litre petrol that delivers 90hp. Both engines will be mated with a 5-speed manual gearbox. There is still no news on the highly sought-after automatic variant. There are minor tweaks expected on the inside as well; primarily for the seat-fabric patterns.

    The refreshed WR-V cross-hatch will take on the long list of compact SUVs sold in our market. These include the updated Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, Hyundai Venue and Ford EcoSport.

    The WR-V will be Honda Car India’s second launch in quick succession with the all-new City sedan, which is also expected to see an India unveil and price announcement soon.

    Also see:

    Honda WR-V facelift revealed ahead of April launch

    Honda introduces 10 year/1,20,000km special warranty plan

    Honda City BS6 petrol prices to start from Rs 10.22 lakh

    Honda Cars

    Copyright (c) Autocar India. All rights reserved.



    No comments yet. Be the first to comment.

    Ask Autocar Anything about Car and Bike Buying and Maintenance Advices
    Need an expert opinion on your car and bike related queries?
    Ask Now

    Search By Car Price

    Poll of the month

    The Mahindra XUV 300 facelift will be called the XUV 3XO. Should more brands rename models for facelifts?

    Yes, it could give new life to a slow-selling car



    Yes, but only if there are significant changes



    No, it's confusing and dilutes the brand name



    No difference, the product speaks for itself



    Total Votes : 850
    Sign up for our newsletter

    Get all the latest updates from the automobile universe