Specifications Summary of Honda WRV
|Engine :||1498 cc|
|Mileage :||17 Kmpl to 25 Kmpl|
|Fuel Type :||petrol / diesel|
|Seating Capacity :||5|
Honda WRV is a 5 seater SUV car launched at a base price of Rs. 8.08 lakh in March 2017 by Honda in India. WRV is available in both petrol and diesel . WRV petrol is powered by 1199cc engine claiming mileage of 17.5kmpl and WRV diesel is powered by 1498cc engine claiming mileage of 25.5kmpl. Honda WRV has a wheel size of r16 and ground clearance of 188mm. It is available in 9 variants and 6 colours.
Honda WRV Latest Updates
Starting December 2019, Honda is offering an Anytime warranty which can cover the car for up to 10 years and 1.2 lakh km.
Honda has added a new V variant for its compact SUV, the WR-V. Available in the diesel variant only, it gets some additional features when compared to its base-spec diesel variant. Priced at Rs 9.95 lakh (ex-showroom), it costs Rs 70,000 more than the base-spec ‘S’ trim level. Apart from the introduction of the new variant, the base-spec ‘S’ and top-end ‘V’ trim levels gets some additional features.
These updates have pushed the prices of the WR-V up by Rs 32,000 depending on the variant you pick. The WR-V now starts from Rs 8.15 lakh and goes up to Rs 10.35 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Honda WRV Price
Honda WRV prices start at Rs. 8.08 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 9.35 lakh. The prices of WRV diesel variants start at Rs. 9.16 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 10.48 lakh.
- Petrol (4 Variants)
- Diesel (5 Variants)
Honda WRV Variants Price List
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Editor's View of Honda WRV
Sunroof! Looks sportier than Jazz, Large 363-litre boot, Great view out makes city driving easy, Efficient diesel engine
Touch controls for A/C annoying, Rear seats are not comfortable, Suspension gets very bouncy above 80kmph
The WR-V has the ingredients to make it the best crossover hatchback in the segment but falls short because of a soft suspension and poorly designed rear seats.
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying WRV
- No, as of now only Manual Transmission available.
- No only Manual Transmission is available.
- No if you want one go for JAZZ
- Honda WR-V delivers a claimed mileage of 17 Kmpl and 25 Kmpl for petrol and diesel respectively. Although, actual mileage can be different according to the riding style and road conditions.The WR-V is offered with two engine options - a 1.5-litre diesel engine with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 1.2-litre petrol motor paired with a 5-speed manual. Like all other Hondas, the cross-hatch is an effortless drive. The diesel, although noisy, is the one that balances city and highway jaunts better.Read More: - Honda WR-V Diesel: Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/honda-wrv-diesel-road-test-review/28319/ - Honda WR-V vs Hyundai i20 Active: Comparison Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/honda-wrv-vs-hyundai-i20-active-comparison-review/28184/
- Mileage is around 11-17 kmpl depends on road conditions traffic and driving style. Overall performance is not that good as other cars in same price range. You can opt for Tata Nexon and Hyundai creta for better performance. power, comfort build quality.
- Lots of problems in this car if you purchase it's a waste of money so I suggest don't purchase wrv petrol respectively.....honda company customer ke saath dhokha kar rahi hai
- Only Manual Transmission is available in market
- No CVT or AT is only availiable in Jazz in CVT
- WRV is not available in automatic in both Petrol and Diesel version's. Only available in Manual Transmission.
- Ecosport is better than WRV in every aspect. You can go with the Tata Nexon also. I would suggest please take a test drive of Tata Nexon and Ford Ecosport and than decide
- Petrol ecosport
- WRV with good number of service stations / dealers; low maintenance.
- Of course WRv because of its Spacious interiors and refinement of engine( petrol) .Mileage in case of diesel.EcoSport is good but very cramped as a family car .
- WRV. reliable car, with City engine and very good mileage
- Honda wrv
- Yes in Top variants you get sunroof
- Yes, it has One touch open and close electric sunroof.
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Honda WRV User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.2/5
Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute
48% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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I from Pune and owner of WRV Petrol SMT Model,Whereas I totally disappointed by WRV Pertrol performance and its Pick up issue Specially in Slope/Ghat section, In traffic situation ..I repeatedly check with my dealer on same from First Month of Purchase to Till Date (Since more than half year)..but still they does not provide any solution and now it fustrating situation for me. Previously I owned the Honda Brio and based on its performance I like honda to consider to go for WRV model also I have shared my requirement at the time of purschasing with Sales Team as well including Safety Feature and Performance ..Whereas they recommanded me WRV Petrol engine But now It seems they have cheated me as my requirements are not getting fulfiil.Now It is life threatening experience with WRV Petrol issue due to its Pick and Performance issue .. Now I faced horrible issue with WRV Petrol car performance ..My car is not moving forward on slope, it get rolled back where as having heavy traffic on road.. it almost hit back vehicles ..This happens multiple time ..Also when I check with dealer I came to know that they are already aware about this issue and the got answer that they do not have any option to resolve this as all engine are calibrated digitally/ It as per designed. In each visit I got answer from Deccan Honda representative that after servicing It will work better but Its not true I am still facing same issue.I have invested my hard earn money to buy this vechicle for Family. Whereas It look like Honda/Dealer dosent care about customer and their issue and playing with other lives.Now It almost a year that I am following up with them for same issue and still not get proper resolution .. Now I feel that Dealer need to take this vehicle back or solve my issue and its their resposiblility that they have delayed on provinding solution.
I bought this vehicle in 2018 as a family car and i am quite happy with its exterior and interiors. However, i experienced its poor pick up in crowded roads and have to use lower gear which is not a good feature of the vehicle. Another instance, within 2nd month of its purchase, when traveling to Ooty, on one of the uphill roads, the engine just GAVE UP! and just dint budge because the accelerator and clutch was a failure!!When i reported this to the Honda service supervisor, they dint take it seriously and said the vehicle has to undergo couple of services to show up its true side!!Now it gets interesting...after using 25500 kms within 1 year 3 months, Clutch pressure plate and Fly wheel GAVE UP!! and i ended up spending Rs. 25,000 for putting up new parts.Now when i complained that this should not have happened since it is driven 25000 kms and not even 2 years, they came back consoling me that these Wear and Tear happens when you drive in city??What is more annoying is that these service supervisors wont allow customers to speak to mechanics who actually repaired your car, neither these service supervisors have any expertise??Engine and maintenance wise, i am against Honda WRV.
I have seen some reviews related to petrol version and hence I am adding mine also. Those who reviewed excellent is for the diesel version(see the mileage) and the disappointed reviews are for petrol version. I am one among the disappointed and cheated owner driving petrol version for the last 20 months. The dealer did not solve my problem regarding low pick up. So I contacted honda. They also did not solve the issue. As pointed out in another review , the vehicle rolls back when we try to move to move the vehicle upward in a steep road. It will be embarrassing, when there is another vehicle behind you. As said earlier Honda is cheating its customers with this petrol version. The vehicle is excellent for plain city road, I admit. In hilly terrain driving will be a nightmare and many times you will have to apply hand brakes to prevent the vehicle from rolling back.
In my WRV, I observed good milage @ 16 KMPL in city and 17+ with AC on Highway. The pick up of car is very good. I drived diesel maruti car before this. I feel I selected best now, no vibration and noise in cabin is so less tht one can enjoy music bit in slow volume due to six speakers in top model. I suggest go for top model in Honda petrol so refined engine, top make tyres, sturdy body and good boot space, less efforts in power steering. The jumpers so smooth R16 TL tyres gives less jarks in drive of car on potholes. This car is value for money. I bought dark color metallic grey, the silver finish accessories gives high effect on dark colour.
I brought this car and it's given so many issues in just 15000 km like suspension, dashboard noise, door noise, AC complain and much more if you thought for this car then you has wrong decision. If you want why I"m said like this I have all conversation record with honda after brought this failure car made by honda India it's not and never use any Japan technology.
value for money...best car at the price .. sunroof...in this budget.
Low pick-up and no effeciency in ac
It's a wonderful car. Excellent driving pleasure
Excellent HONDA WRV V model 2019 Diesel.Every body must purchase this particular model
Its a wow car but I need more features I am not happy with
Honda WRV Expert Reviews
Honda WR-V Diesel: Road Test Review
The WR-V is said to be more than just a Jazz with some butch livery. Does it feel like it?Jul 4, 2017 | By Tushar Kamath Photography: Eshan Shetty / Vikrant Date
Honda WR-V vs Hyundai i20 Active: Comparison Review
The cross-hatches battle it out!Jun 26, 2017 | By Arun Shenoy Photography: Eshan Shetty/Vikrant Date
Honda WR-V vs Maruti Vitara Brezza: Comparison Review
Can the newest cross-hatch in town tempt you away from the king of compact SUVs?Jun 19, 2017 | By Tushar Kamath, Photography: Vikrant Date
Honda WRV Colours
White Orchid Pearl
Modern Steel Metallic
Golden Brown Metallic
Carnelian Red Pearl
Honda WRV Highlights
To take on the likes of Hyundai i20 active and Etios Cross, Honda has launched WR-V in Indian market in the price range of Rs7.67- 9.92 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The WR-V is based on the Jazz platform though it looks entirely different thanks to the beefed-up wheel arches, all-around cladding, and aggressive nose with thick slatted chrome grill. Interiors are made up of quality material and asymmetric theme of the Honda continues inside the WR-V also. There are many first-in-class features like sunroof and infotainment system with inbuilt Wi-Fi connectivity for luring millennials. Honda W-RV is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-liter diesel engine capable of putting out 89PS/110 Nm and 100 PS/ 200 Nm respectively, mated to the 6-speed manual transmission with no automatic option available for now. Honda is offering WR-V in two trim levels -S and VX in both petrol and diesel guise.
The WR-V is offered with two engine options - a 1.5-litre diesel engine with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 1.2-litre petrol motor paired with a 5-speed manual. Like all other Hondas, the cross-hatch is an effortless drive. The diesel, although noisy, is the one that balances city and highway jaunts better.
The WR-V is offered in just two variants with each engine option. The VX trim offers additional goodies like one-touch open and close sunroof, fog lamps, 16-inch diamond cut alloys, multi view rear camera, six speakers, etc. The diesel variant gets two exclusive features - cruise control and passive keyless entry. The extra features offered in top-spec variants justify the Rs 1.25 lakh premium they command.
WRV Exterior and Interior
At first glance, the Honda WR-V looks like the tougher cousin on the Jazz hatchback. Although it is based on the Jazz, the WR-V gets a completely redesigned nose and the bonnet now sits much higher and flatter. The front and rear bumpers look butch and get a faux skid plate as well. Although Honda has tried really hard to hide any resemblance to the Jazz, the side profile of the car will remind you of the hatchback. However, the WR-V stands tall with a ground clearance of 188mm, which is only 10mm less than the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza.
Despite looking tough from the outside, the WR-V’s cabin feels very similar to the Jazz’s interior. The first thing you’ll notice is the segment-fist sunroof, which when paired with the larger greenhouse amps up the sense of space. It can accommodate tall passengers quite easily as there is enough headroom and legroom. The seats, on the other hand, are quite soft and foamy, which is well and good for short distances but will give you some discomfort on long road trips. The top-spec WR-V comes with all the bells and whistles you’d expect. You get a smart key, push button start-stop, and cruise control. A 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with built-in navigation and voice controls can also mirror your smartphone and double up as the display for the rear parking camera.
Honda WRV Competitors
Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza: The Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza seems to be the biggest threat to the Honda WR-V. The Brezza offers a more engaging drive, can seat your entire family and gives you a much better SUV experience overall.
Ford EcoSport : The one that kicked off the segment in style. The EcoSport combines proper mini-SUV looks with sporty handling, top-shelf safety kit and a choice of three engine and two transmission options. There’s not much wrong with it, honestly.
Tata Nexon : Among the best vehicles to roll out of a Tata factory, the Nexon comes very close to acing the compact-SUV game. The funky styling, big 350-litre boot and some segment-firsts like an activity key make it a formidable force in the segment.
Hyundai i20 Active : Hyundai’s i20 Active is your friendly neighbourhood Elite i20 on stilts. It retains the plush interiors, the easy to drive nature and the host of tech. It’s nowhere close to being a SUV or a crossover, but is a fantastic cross-hatch nonetheless.
The WR-V borrows quite a lot from the Jazz but manages to stand tall on its own toes. It’s got space, it’s efficient and has the right amount of feel-good features. Then there’s Honda’s reputation for reliability. Also, it’s your only option if you want a cross-hatch with a sunroof. So, there.
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Honda WRV Service Cost
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 18,923|
|Diesel (5 years)||Rs. 26,512|
Honda WRV News Updates
Honda WR-V Gets A New Mid-spec ‘V’ Variant
Along with the new variant, the base ‘S’ and top-spec ‘VX’ variants get additional features as wellJul 11, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Honda WR-V, City, BR-V Get Special Festive Variants
Thankfully, the changes are not limited to stickersAug 7, 2018 | By Team ZigWheels
Honda WR-V: Worthy Alternative To Honda City?
The WR-V makes for a great alternative if you were eyeing the City. Allow us to explain.Mar 20, 2017 | By Team ZigWheels