Tata Nexon variants compared with the competition, like the Maruti Suzuki Brezza and the Honda WR-V. Can it match the Brezza and the Honda WR-V?
The demand for the crossover segment in India is increasing gradually due to aggressive pricing and the features as well as space inside the cabin as par with the sedans in the market.
Honda has been trying time and time again to launch their RV series, but try as they may they couldn’t succeed. The CR-V tried and failed time and time again. The BR-v looked extremely promising but then that too failed to perform, until of course, the W-RV came along.
Honda has received 2,500 bookings for the WR-V within a week, especially for the diesel variants.
Honda has entered the crossover segment in India by launching the new WR-V based on the Jazz hatchback.
We’ve driven it in the beautiful city of Goa and have a clear answer on whether the WR-V has what it takes to compete with biggies such as the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and the Ford EcoSport.
The much-awaited compact SUV from Honda, the WR-V going to be launched in India on 16th March, 2017 and dealerships have started accepting bookings.
The wait will soon be over! Honda has officially unveiled the details of its upcoming WR-V compact SUV. Read on to know all about it
The new Honda WR-V will be based on the Honda Jazz’s platform, it will be different from the hatchback in terms of exterior design and styling.
The spied interior images suggest that the WR-V will share its features with the current-generation Honda Jazz. There are many similarities between the two cars in terms of cabin feature and design.
New Honda Plant to be set up in Vithalapur, Gujarat which will produce the WR-V compact SUV along with other vehicles.
The production of the Honda Jazz based WR-V has begun in India at the company’s plant in Tapukara, Rajasthan. The Honda WR-V is expected to be launched in March, 2017