A little SUV is what I would call it. I recently sold my Toyota Fortuner out of fear that Diesel Engines may be banned suddenly because of the impact that it might have on the environment. The only option left was to go in for the Honda as they are renowned for making very refined Petrol Engines. It was love at first sight when I saw the WRV. Very Spacious interiors, Lovely Sun Roof, Fantastic instrument panel with GPS Navigation. Fresh Exteriors with good ground clearance make heads turn. The ride is very smooth, though the engine could have been a little more powerful. But on the other hand why do you need a powerful engine in a city car... all you look for is comfort in peak traffic and good mileage delivery. The price is also very competitive for what Honda WRV has to offer. The Sound system could have been better with a little more punch to the sound quality like a deep bass Woofers .. but we can always find this as an after market accessory. Very happy so far with the performance and feather on the cap the extended warranty ... 5 years of no tension driving. My suggestion, just try this car before you buy any other.
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