BH CORRESPONDENT, Kolkata: Most carmakers in India are busy with the transition from BS IV to BS VI models. While, some have already released their merchandise, some are waiting for to launch the models to coincide with the transition date of 01 April.
Honda Cars India has indicated through Twitter that its WR-V facelift will hit roads in April. The automaker has revealed images of the crossover version of the Jazz hatchback and also share a clip of the upgraded WR-V.
— Honda Car India (@HondaCarIndia) March 4, 2020
The model will be available in both diesel and petrol variants. From the teaser images, it’s clear what’s in store – to begin with there’s a restyled new front bumper, bolder grille, new fog lamp housings with black inserts, new and a silver skid plate. A new horizontal slat grille now replaces the honeycomb mesh unit and while headlamp remains unchanged, but it will sport LED bulbs.
Honda will update the touchscreen infotainment system with new software and convenience feature pack will include one-touch electric sunroof and cruise control switches on the multifunction steering wheel.
The powertrain department remains unchanged which means it will continue with the 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine options.