Honda City, WR-V & BR-V special editions launched in India

Honda Car India Limited (HCIL) has launched the special edition models of the City, WR-V and BR-V. The special edition versions are available in a single variant of the WR-V and the City, but are offered with different fuel types. The Honda WR-V petrol is priced at Rs. 8,02 lakhs, while the diesel version is available at the Rs. 9.11 lakhs. The Honda City petrol is available at Rs. 9.75 lakhs and the diesel version is priced at Rs. 11.1 lakhs. All the variants of the Honda BR-V come with the changes though. The entry price of the Honda BR-V is Rs. 10.44 lakhs while the top end variant is available at Rs. 13.74 lakhs. All the cars remain mechanically unchanged.

Honda City, WR-V & BR-V special editions launched in India

The special edition model is based on the “S” version of the car. The changes are different in each special edition variant of the model. In the WR-V special edition, the car gets the “Alive” emblem that sets it apart from the regular variants. It also gets new 16-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, rear camera with IRVM display, rear parking sensors, premium seat cover with special edition logo, a new steering wheel cover and Honda Connect system with a first-month-free subscription.

The Honda City Edition Edition gets a new “Special Edition” emblem to distinguish it from the regular variants. It is also based on the “SV” variant of the regular car and gets a few extra features over the regular feature list. It also gets 15-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and rear camera with IRVM display.

The Honda BR-V special edition is available across the range of variants of the vehicle. The additional features include a new “Special Edition” emblem, a new front guard, tailgate spoiler, body side moulding and front and rear bumper protectors.

All the three cars get powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel engine option. In WR-V, the engine develops a maximum of 89 Bhp – 110 Nm. In City and BR-V, the same engine develops a maximum of 117 Bhp and 145 Nm. The 1.5-litre diesel engine develops a maximum of 99 Bhp – 200 Nm in all the three cars. The petrol variants of City and the BR-V also offer a CVT automatic transmission with paddle shifters.