It will launch next month.
Honda Cars India have begun dispatching early units of the Honda WR-V to dealerships, a couple of which were snapped by a Team-BHP reader. The WR-V will launch in India next month.
This is the first time the India-spec WR-V has been photographed up close, giving a good look at the exterior, interior and features in store. The model spied is based on the top-end VX grade, which features fog lamps, LED DRLs, roof rails, ORVM-mounted blinkers, chrome door handles, 16-inch dual tone alloy wheels, silver bumper garnish on both ends, and a rear wiper.
Inside, the design is identical to the Honda Jazz but comes with black fabric upholstery and silver accents on the dashboard as well as the door cards. The VX grade gets Honda's new 7-inch DIGIPAD infotainment system, which debuted in the 2017 Honda City (facelift). However, it does not get start/stop button or cruise control.
The engine lineup could include a 1.2L i-VTEC petrol paired with a 5-speed manual or CVT, and a 1.5L i-DTEC turbo diesel engine paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Power will be sent to the front wheels only.