SUV, Manual, 1,199 cc, Petrol,
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The WR-V is a crossover vehicle from the Japanese car maker. The WR-V is based on the Jazz platform and certainly holds resemblance to it, but it’s longer, wider, higher and has a longer wheelbase. The WR-V comes with petrol and diesel variants and it will compete against the Maruti-Suzuki Brezza.
The WR-V looks very much like an SUV from the front, but as you look at all the angles it begins to look more like a crossover or a jacked up hatchback. The WR-V also sports an aggressive front grille with a thick chrome band running across it. The car has definitely got some muscle and it does have very good road presence. The car gets bold creases on the bonnet running all the way down to the headlamps, additional body kit on the lower lip of the nose and around the fog lamp area and bash plates underneath the front and the rear bumpers – all of these are SUV influenced. Also the swept back headlamps now boast of LED day time running lights. Honda have also added additional body clad, roof rails, bigger 16-inch alloys with wider 195mm tyres, to make the car seem bigger than the Jazz. It also has a much improved ground clearance of 188mm and the rear section gets nice and beautiful elongated tail lights.
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