2020 Honda WR-V facelift compact crossover in a detailed walk-around video

Honda Cars India has been teasing us with updated BS6 WR-V for quite some time. They recently launched the 2020 Version with cosmetic changes and here we have a detailed walk-around video that shows what all has changed in the 2020 version of WR-V in comparison to the older version. Prices for the new updated WR-V starts at Rs 8.49 lakh, ex-showroom. The video has been uploaded by Team Car Delight on their youtube channel and it shows the new 2020 Honda WR-V inside out.

The video starts by explaining the changes made to the exterior of WR-V. The front grille has been updated and comes with Honda signature chrome strip with Honda’s logo in the centre. The grille has grown in size and gives it a bit more matured look. The projector headlamps, come with integrated LED DRL and turn indicators in it. The fog lamp itself is an LED unit now. The front still gets SUV like skid plate and the side profile of the car remains untouched. Apart from a newly designed 16 inch diamond cut alloy wheels, everything else remains the same.

The design at the rear also remains more or less the same as before but, it now gets an LED treatment in comparison to the regular tail lights in the older version. The video also shows the boot space and spare wheel which is not a space saver and has steel rims instead of alloy. The vlogger then shows the interior and starts by showing the fabric upholstery, manually height adjustable driver side seat, steering wheel and instrument cluster. The all these things remain the same but, Honda has made slight changes like chrome inserts at place to give it a premium touch.

It still gets, touchscreen infotainment screen, cruise control, electric sunroof and many other features. The screen is still slightly tilted towards the driver and retains touch buttons for air-con control. Biggest change in WR-V however is the engine itself. It is still available in both petrol and diesel engine options which are now BS6 compliant. WR-V still does misses out on automatic transmission. The 1.2 litre petrol engine generates 90 PS of peak power and 110 Nm of peak torque. The 1.5 litre diesel engine generates 100 Ps and 200 Nm of peak torque. It is available in SV and VX trims and price for it starts at Rs 8.49 lakh and goes up to Rs 10.99 lakh, ex-showroom.