Honda WRV

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Mileage 25.50 kmpl
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Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel Tank 40 Litres
Performance
Engine 1498 cc 
BHP 98.6
No. of Cylinders 4
No. of Gears 6 Speed
Comfort
A/C Yes
Power Steering Yes
Seating Capacity 5
Boot Space 363 Litres
Safety
Central Lock Yes
Brake Assist Yes
Parking Sensor Yes
Airbags Yes
EMI
Duration 5 years
EMIRs 19,184
 
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WRV highlights

The Honda WRV has recorded its highest sales figures for July 2017 (4894 units). To cope up with the demand, Honda is in the process of ramping up the production of its SUV from 3,500 units to 5,000 units a month.  

Honda launched its first sub-4-metre crossover, the WRV, in March 2017. The WR-V is based on the same platform as the Jazz, which is also shared with the City. It also shares its several body panels and mechanicals with the hatch – the 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol and the 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel motor. The WRV's petrol motor comes paired with a five-speed manual transmission, while the diesel offers a six-speed manual unit.

Unlike the Jazz, it doesn't offer the CVT automatic option with its petrol engine. Honda WRV mileage figure is claimed to be 25.5kmpl for the diesel and 17.5kmpl for the petrol. The WRV's interior is similar to the Jazz's, but there are subtle differences in terms of features such as it gets the same 7.0-inch infotainment system (Digipad) that made its debut with the facelifted City, new central armrest, sunroof, cruise control and others. The Honda WRV has slightly larger dimensions and rides higher off the ground as well compared to the Jazz. The WRV is available in six colours with Premium Amber being an all-new one, and comes in just two variants (S and VX).

Honda WRV price list (Variants)

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i-DTEC S
1498 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.5 kmpl
Rs 8.72 Lakh*
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i-DTEC VX
1498 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.5 kmpl
Rs 9.92 Lakh*
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i-VTEC S
1199 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 17.5 kmpl
Rs 7.67 Lakh*
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i-VTEC VX
1199 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 17.5 kmpl
Rs 8.89 Lakh*
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Honda WRV Price in Other Cities

City Ex-showroom Price
New Delhi Rs 7.67 - 9.92 Lakh*
Mumbai Rs 7.75 - 10.0 Lakh*
Bangalore Rs 7.77 - 10.0 Lakh*
Chennai Rs 7.77 - 10.0 Lakh*
Hyderabad Rs 7.77 - 10.0 Lakh*
Pune Rs 7.75 - 10.0 Lakh*
Chandigarh Rs 7.79 - 10.06 Lakh*
Gurgaon Rs 7.67 - 9.92 Lakh*

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    Sajad Ibrahim on 21 Sep, 2017
    I bought WRV VX in March. Excellent car for city users. Price is slightly higher. But considering the brand, it is moderate. Quite comfortable with the car until today.... 3
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    Dr M Radhakrishnan Nair on 20 Sep, 2017
    Performance of the car is smooth. Appearance is elegant. Quality is beyond other same category vehicles and is superb. Ground clearance helped me to go through my local roads.... 10
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Honda WRV Mileage

Variant Transmission Mileage (ARAI) Mileage City
Diesel Manual  25.5 kmpl -
Petrol Manual  17.5 kmpl -

Honda WRV review

Distinctive – that’s the first word that comes to mind when you look at the WR-V. Honda has taken far too long to launch its first sub-4 metre crossover, but as we have come to discover, this isn’t just a Jazz with some styling tweaks. Honda Car India’s R&D division has developed the WRV for India and other emerging markets (including Brazil). India is the first country to produce the crossover and also the first market where it will be sold. Additionally, apart from an extensive design overhaul, it also gets mechanical updates like a new transmission for the petrol engine and a reworked suspension, not to mention, some premium features derived from the City. No doubt, the WR-V has a persona of its own, but is that reason enough to choose it over the Jazz or indeed, its rivals?

Things We Like in WRV

  • Distinctive and butch styling. Cannot be confused with the hatchback it’s based on – the Jazz.
  • Both engines are fuel-efficient and offer good city driveability.
  • Adequate cabin space for the whole family. Senior citizens can get in and out comfortably too.
  • Safety: Dual airbags and ABS with EBD offered as standard across the range.
  • First car in the segment to get a sunroof.

Things We Don't Like in WRV

  • Petrol engine feels strained under full passenger loads. Average highway performance.
  • Interior finish quality could have been better.
  • Misses out on Jazz’s CVT automatic gearbox. No adjustable rear headrests, split rear seat or magic seats either.
  • Diesel engine lacks punch and refinement.

Stand Out Features

  • First-in-segment sunroof.

    First-in-segment sunroof.

  • Digipad infotainment system with Wi-Fi and MirrorLink connectivity.

    Digipad infotainment system with Wi-Fi and MirrorLink connectivity.

CarDekho Verdict

Is the WR-V worth considering over the Jazz? Yes. Apart from its distinctive styling, it gets some nice features, many of which, are shared with the Honda City. We expect and we’d accept a price premium of Rs 70,000-1 lakh over the Jazz, which is good value for the added kit.

"Is the WR-V worth considering over the Jazz? Yes. Apart from its distinctive styling, it gets some nice features, many of which, are shared with the Honda City."

Pay anything more than that and you’re only making your pockets lighter for the looks. Arguably, it also looks unique among its rivals like the Hyundai i20 Active, VW Cross Polo, Toyota Etios Cross or Urban Cross. However, given its expected pricing, it’s a hard sell when compared to more convincing crossovers like the Ford EcoSport or the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza.

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