It’s been somewhat of a stand by yet the Honda WR-V facelift has recently been propelled carefully in our market. With costs going from Rs 8.50-10.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The dispatch of the 2020 WR-V facelift was postponed extensively due to the corona virus pandemic. Like its antecedent, the refreshed WR-V is accessible with petroleum and diesel motor alternatives. Yet dissimilar to the pre-facelift model, both motor choices are accessible in only two trim levels – SV and VX.
What make 2020 WR-V different?
Honda has made many visual changes that do help make the model look new. Among these progressions are the more articulated wrinkles on the front guard. Another grille with level braces, and new LED projector headlights alongside LED tail-lights. There’s new 16-inch compound wheels. The petroleum adaptation gets 4-gap Berlina Black wheels while the diesel model gets 5-opening Shark Gray units. What has been extended from the pre-facelift model are the rooftop rails and LED DRLs.
Honda offers the refreshed WR-V in six outside shading alternatives – Premium Amber Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, Golden Brown Merallic, Platinum White Pearl and Radiant Red Metallic. The white completion costs Rs 4,000 extra.
Are there any progressions to the 2020 WR-V’s highlights list?
As we had recently announced, there aren’t numerous progressions with this facelift as far as the highlights on offer. The most observable contrasts are the refreshed texture examples and lodge upholstery. In any case, the 2020 WR-V accompanies an adequate measure of unit on the two trims levels.
The section level WR-V SV accompanies double front airbags, a back defogger, a back stopping camera, 16-inch combination wheels, projector headlights, LED DRLs, driver’s seat stature modify, power collapsing and customizable ORVMs, power windows, programmed atmosphere control, the 7.0-inch Digipad 2.0 touchscreen infotainment interface, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay similarity and SD card-based route.
Highlights, for example, a back wiper, LED headlights, tail-lights and haze lights, a front community armrest, voyage control, keyless section and go, a calfskin wrapped directing and a fueled sunroof are on offer on the top-spec WR-V VX.
Engine and gearbox choices
Excepting updates to make them BS6-consistent, the motor choices are indistinguishable from the pre-facelift model. The petroleum motor is the 1.2-liter unit. It produces 90hp and 110Nm of force. The diesel offering is the 1.5-liter diesel unit making 100hp and 200Nm of force.
Regarding gearboxes, the 1.2-liter petroleum motor accompanies a 5-speed manual unit. While the 1.5-liter diesel factory gets a 6-speed manual as standard fit. Sadly, Honda won’t offer a programmed transmission with the WR-V facelift. In diesel-manual appearance, the 2020 WR-V has an ARAI-evaluated mileage of 23.7kpl. While the petroleum manual can go 16.5km on a liter.
2020 Honda WR-V rivals?
Given its size and estimating, the WR-V contends with contributions from the conservative SUV fragment. It is similar to the Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue, Mahindra XUV300 and Ford EcoSport. Also, Honda is offering the WR-V facelift with a 3-year/boundless kilometer guarantee as standard. As to give genuine feelings of serenity to its clients.
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