Honda WRV colours, after GST price, specifications, mileage, features

The Honda WRV is one of the latest hatch crossovers to be launched in India. It is available with two engine options – a petrol and a diesel. Prices for the petrol range start at Rs. 7.78 lakh, while the diesel lineup is pegged from Rs. 8.82 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The Japanese automaker is preparing a new top-end petrol model of the WRV, which will come with a 1.5-litre engine and a CVT gearbox as well. You can find complete details of this new variant at this link.

Based on the Jazz hatchback, the Honda WRV specification sheet borrows its engine options from the hatch. These include a 1.5-litre diesel and a 1.2-litre petrol. The diesel model gets a 6-speed manual gearbox, while the petrol comes with a 5-speed stick shift. What’s disappointing here is the absence of a CVT option. With the Indian market clearly showing acceptance towards automatic transmissions, this is a blunderous omission on Honda’s part.

It is strange that Honda decided to skip the CVT gearbox from the WRV crossover. In a market that is clearly showing an apparent inclination towards automatics, it is indeed alarming that an automaker like Honda, who has automatic options available on all models in its portfolio, has decided to skip this from the WRV’s specifications list. Moreover, since the company already has a CVT gearbox that is on offer with the same 1.2-litre engine in the Brio and Jazz, it would not be very difficult to offer the same on the WR-V as well.

Also Read: Honda WR-V vs Jazz – Key differences!

To those who aren’t aware of the Honda WRV, it is basically a beefed up SUV-ish version of the Honda Jazz hatchback. The WRV was unveiled before the world at the Sau Paulo Auto Expo in October last year. Having showcased the model internationally, it is obvious for Honda to bring the car to India, owing to the rising demand of SUVs and crossovers in our market. As a result, Honda has finally launched the WRV here to compete against the likes of the Ford EcoSport, Maruti Vitara Brezza and even cross hatches like the i20 Activ and Cross Polo.

Honda WR-V crossover maroon

Let’s take a look at everything that the Honda WRV brings to the table:

Honda WRV Price in India after GST tax

The WRV is available in India at prices starting from Rs. 7.78 lakh for the petrol range and Rs. 8.82 lakh for the diesel lineup. Variant wise ex-showroom Delhi price of the Honda WRV is as shown below:

Honda WRV Variants Ex-showroom Delhi
S MT Petrol 7.78 lakh
VX MT Petrol 9.00 lakh
S MT Diesel 8.82 lakh
VX MT Diesel 9.99 lakh

Honda WRV sales in India (last 6 months)

We will keep updating this section every passing month to give an idea about the Honda WRV monthly sales.

  • December 2018 – 3,760 units
  • January 2018 – 4,273 units
  • February 2018 – 3,362 units
  • March 2018 – 4,411 units
  • April 2018 – 2,949 units
  • May 2018 – 1,962 units

Honda WRV Specifications in India

The Honda WRV is equipped with the same set of engines, which power the Jazz hatchback. As a result, the Honda WRV specification sheet includes the 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines. The petrol is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox while the diesel variants get a 6-speed MT as an option. Having said that, we do hope Honda adds a CVT option to the petrol lineup in the future.

Petrol 1.2-litre four-cylinder i-VTEC Petrol
Maximum Power 88.8 bhp @ 6000 rpm
Maximum Torque 109 Nm @ 4500 rpm
Gearbox 5-speed Manual

Also Read: Honda WRV to get 1.5L petrol engine & CVT automatic gearbox

Diesel 1.5-litre i-DTEC Diesel
Maximum Power 98.6 bhp @ 3600 rpm
Maximum Torque 200 Nm @ 1750 rpm
Gearbox 6-speed Manual

Honda WRV rear picture

Honda WRV Mileage

The WRV’s mileage figures are being claimed to be the car’s major selling points. While the petrol model delivers an ARAI fuel economy figure of 17.5 km/l, the diesel Honda WRV mileage is claimed to be a segment-best figure of 25.5 km/l.

WRV Petrol 17.5 km/l
WRV Diesel 25.5 km/l

Honda WRV Competitors

  • Ford EcoSport
  • Toyota Etios Cross
  • Hyundai i20 Activ
  • Fiat Avventura

Honda WRV Exteriors

The WRV gets an exhaustive list of cosmetic changes, as compared to the Jazz hatchback, on which it is based. The front fascia gets an upright nose, a wide grille with Honda’s characteristic chrome bar in the middle. The headlamps are all-new and stretch a bit backward as compared to the ones found on the Jazz. The front bumper too has been updated to house a blacked out area in the lower half, a faux skid plate, prominent fog lamp housings and the number plate area just below the air dam.

The side profile can remind you of the Jazz, but still, there are multiple changes made here. The wheel arches get thick black plastic cladding, and so do the lower body panels of the doors. The alloys too are all-new and get a diamond-cut treatment. Additionally, the WRV will likely ride higher than the Jazz, i.e., it will have better ground clearance to give it a crossover-like stance.

The rear, however, hasn’t been changed much. It gets a new bumper with black plastic cladding and a silver faux skid plate. The tail lights too have been minorly tweaked while the tailgate remains unchanged.

Honda WRV front image red

Honda WRV Interiors

The cabin layout of the WRV cross hatch is identical to that of the Jazz. It gets the same all-black dashboard with the centre console being twisted towards the driver. The steering wheel, instrument cluster and switchgers are a straight lift from the Jazz. Major changes noticeable include a new 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment unit, which Honda calls the Digipad. This is the same system that was introduced with the 2017 City facelift. It gets MirrorLink connectivity, three-angle reverse camera, Bluetooth, HDMI input and navigation support.

The car also gets new upholstery, which can be opted in two colour options – Black & Bluish Grey and Black & Silver. Additionally, the WRV also gets an electronic sunroof, making it the most affordable car in India to get a sunroof. Features like push button start/stop and Cruise Control are exclusive to the top-end diesel VX model, as the petrol lineup misses them across all variants.

Honda WRV Colours

  • Premium Amber Metallic (New)

WRV Premium Amber colour

  • Modern Steel Metallic

Modern Steel WRV crossover

  • White Orchid Pearl

Honda WRV white orchid

  • Carnelian Red Pearl

Honda WRV carnelian red

  • Alabaster Silver Metallic

Honda WRV silver

  • Golden Brown Metallic

Brown colour of Honda WR-V

Honda WRV
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Honda WRV

The Honda WRV is one of the rare occasions where a company has taken some serious steps to covert an hatchback to a crossover. It is based on the Jazz but gets a more aggressive design. The petrol and diesel engines are a straight lift from the hatch, though the WRV strangely misses on an automatic gearbox. Overall built quality is good and both variants are also aptly loaded with features. In all, the Honda WRV is a satisfactory package with someone looking for a beefed up hatchback.

7 thoughts on “Honda WRV colours, after GST price, specifications, mileage, features

  • February 23, 2017 at 4:46 PM
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    This is one of the best upcoming cars in India. WRV caring some of the best features in it which certainly make a dent in Indian auto market.

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  • April 17, 2017 at 11:08 AM
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    Honda wrv is all over good in deasal variant but maximum people want phantom black colour which ever is not available .

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  • June 5, 2017 at 9:32 AM
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    Bad response is due to the manufacturing speed of company even in diesel, people can’t wait for this car. So this is request for company please score at least 8000unit per month. But as I am a owner of w-rv my experience says that this car score much better than peoples expectations. It is a totally value for money car.

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    • June 9, 2017 at 11:52 PM
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      Hi – Would be obliged if you let me know whether you are driving the Petrol or Diesel variant of the WRV. I am planning to take the petrol, and am worried about the 1.2 l engine being under-powered for a car this size. If you are driving the petrol, can you please share your experience on the engine performance? – especially at the lower speeds which we typically move about in cities (30 to 50 kmph). Thanks!

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    • July 4, 2017 at 12:19 PM
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      correct completely agree there is long waiting for this CAR even I am thinking to buy another CAR .

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  • July 2, 2017 at 10:54 AM
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    HONDA WR-V just name is enough with its great looks the car attracted many customers including me but with great looks car has premium features also. Better known as Premium Hatchback car the car has perfect space , power, looks , reliability. Although most of the honda Car are overrated but when its come toWR-V its one of the best honda and I have.Features like Central Locking , Power Steering , Airbag , Power Lock Doors and Adjustable seats has a great add on. Being a car enthusiast, I can pretty well state that the car is fair in terms of ride quality and handling. The looks clearly defines the car well.

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  • July 14, 2017 at 10:27 PM
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    I own a petrol WRV and I would say it has one of the most refined engine and is a pleasure to drive. Agree that there is a lag in the third gear and you really need to rev up the engine, which you might not be pleased with if you are a speed enthusiast. Have not done long highway drives yet, that would put that gear range on the real test. Apart from this aspect, it a wonderful car. A perfect car for a family of 4.

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