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India’s Honda WR-V launch date Confirmed, Its in March 2017


Honda WR-V: The Company Honda is planning to launch its new upcoming Model WR-V to be launched in India in the month of March. This WR-V is the crossover based model of the Honda Jazz hatchback and this car already hit the assembly line at the Company Honda manufacturing facility in Rajasthan’s Tapukara.

This car WR-V is the much-awaited model from the Japanese manufacturing Company Honda which is the crossover SUV and it is almost confirmed about the launch of this upcoming model in the month of March as per the available reports on the web. Already the images of the Crossover SUV WR-V from Honda are making rounds on the internet and are making a huge noise.

Honda WR-V Production in India: Launch in March 2017


This car manufacturing company Honda is expected that it will open this year 2017 innings with the launch of the new City facelift model in India. The City Facelift model from Honda has already started arriving at the dealer showrooms of the respective Honda Company and the launch of this new car is expected to take the place in India on 2017 February. The next big launch from the Japanese Car manufacturing Company Honda is in India after the City is expected to be the WR-V and the company is wasting no time in bringing that. The actual preparations are already underway and as seen from the recent images of the model, and the model has hit the production line at its facility in Rajasthan’s Tapukara.

Features and Specifications

The all new WR-V from Honda, the crossover car which underpins the same platform as the Jazz hatchback which is the previous model from Honda, and it seems to have taken a different styling from the Jazz and has incorporated all the essence of an SUV and crossover such as body claddings, silver skid plates, and higher ground clearance are updated. As far as the engine bit of the new WR-V is concerned, in India, it is expected to borrow the powertrains of the Jazz. Jazz is powered by a 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol engine that powers Amaze and Brio, which can generate power of 90bhp with a torque of 110Nm at 4,800rpm and a 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel motor that can pump 100bhp of power with 200Nm torque. The Company Honda is expected to offer features such as keyless entry, push start and stop, touchscreen infotainment system and cruise control and ABS with EBD.


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