The WR-V Becomes Second Best Selling Car From Honda For 2 Consecutive Months
The Jazz based Crossover has received 12, 000 bookings and gathering lot of interest since its launch
Honda launched the Jazz based Crossover WR-V in March 2017, and it actually proved to be a successful product for Honda. The Japanese manufacturer sold a total of 3, 833 units of the car in March and 3, 266 units of the Crossover in the month of April making it the second best-selling product from Honda for two months in a row. Now if you are wondering what the best selling model from the Japanese Auto manufacturer is then there is no doubt that it is definitely their popular City sedan.
Honda has also announced that they have received over 12, 000 bookings for the new WR-V Crossover. There is no doubt that the Crossover is contributing a lot to the auto manufacturer’s growth in India.
There is no doubt that the WR-V is turning out to be a successful product for Honda in India. Though the WR-v is based on the Jazz hatchback, it still has an own unique identity. The front headlamps and grille are different than the usual hatchback which has helped it in giving its unique face. The WR-V also gets a spacious cabin just like its hatchback counterpart. Inside the Crossover gets a big 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Furthermore, the interior also gets some other premium features like push start/stop button and off course a segment first electric sunroof. For the safety of the passengers inside the Crossover gets ABS with EBD and Dual airbags as standard across the range.
Lastly, the WR-V is available in both petrol and diesel guise. The Petrol variant gets the 1.2-litre i-VTEC motor which produces about 89 Bhp of peak power and 110 Nm of torque. The 1.5 Litre i-DTEC diesel unit on the other produces an impressive 99 Bhp of peak power and 200 Nm of torque. The Petrol trim promises to return impressive fuel efficiency figures of 17.5 kmpl while the diesel engine on the other hand promises 25.5 km to a litre. The petrol unit is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission the diesel unit on the other side gets paired to a 6-speed manual unit.