Honda WRV - Looks good but features limited to diesel only!
I have always liked the Jazz styling, but thankfully the WRV doesn't look like it all unlike other crossovers such as the Cross Polo and Hyundai i20 Active. The rear styling is the best with those boomerang-shaped taillights giving the WRV a unique look. However, I wish Honda had added more power to the 1.2-litre petrol engine, which lacks the required punch, especially when driving in the hills. I like to go on holidays to the Himalayas occasionally and am concerned if it would have the required punch to tackle inclines. Also, why is Honda not offering an automatic transmission is beyond my understanding. Also, why are features such as cruise control and a start-stop button limited only to the diesel variant! Fortunately, there is a sunroof! Very few cars under Rs 10 lakh have this feature and I just hope Honda provides a sunroof as an option even in the base variant when the WRV launches.
I expect Honda to price the WRV attractively now. A starting price of Rs 7 lakh should make things interesting. Waiting for the launch on March 16 for pricing details now.
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