The Honda WR-V will be launched on 16th March and the company has started shipping the cars to dealers.

Honda WR-V Front
The front bumper seems quite large, gets an imposing grille

Honda is going to launch its new crossover, the WR-V on 16th March 2017 and the dealer dispatches for the vehicle have now begun. The WR-V is based on the Jazz premium hatchback and shares most of its components and mechanicals with the hatchback.

The exteriors get revised styling with the front fascia getting major differences from the Jazz. The vehicle gets LED DRLs, body cladding, front and rear bumper skid plates, turn indicators on the ORVMs, diamond cut alloys, roof rails and a set of new tail lamps.

On the inside, it gets a similar layout as the Jazz while the infotainment system is likely to be shared with the City. There will also be some changes to the upholstery. On the mechanical front, the Honda WR-V will come with the same 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines.

Honda WR-V Dealer Dispatches

– The WR-V has started arriving at dealer stockyards
– The crossover gets body cladding and skid plates
– The engines will remain the same as the Jazz

Honda WR-V Dashboard
We hope the WR-V actually gets the infotainment system from the City
Honda WR-V Side Profile
Diamond cut alloys do look quite appealing
Honda WR-V Dealer Stockyard
The rear gets completely new tail lamps

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