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    Honda Cars India launches new variant of WR-V at Rs 9.95 lakh

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    The newly introduced V grade will be available in diesel engine option and has been positioned between the S and VX grades, HCIL said in a statement.

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    It has also added additional features such as like rear parking sensors, front passenger seat belt reminder, high speed alert, speed sensing auto door lock, to the S and VX grades of WR-V. (Company Image)
    Honda Cars India (HCIL) Thursday introduced a new variant of its compact SUV WR-V priced at Rs 9.95 lakh.

    The newly introduced V grade will be available in diesel engine option and has been positioned between the S and VX grades, HCIL said in a statement.

    It is equipped with premium exterior features such as headlamp integrated signature LED daytime running lights (DRLs) and position lamps, front fog lamps and gun metal finish multi-spoke alloy wheel, among others, it said.

    It has also added additional features such as like rear parking sensors, front passenger seat belt reminder, high speed alert, speed sensing auto door lock, to the S and VX grades of WR-V, the company said.

    Commenting on the new introduction and enhancements, HCIL Senior Vice President and Director, Sales and Marketing, Rajesh Goel said, "We are confident that the freshness added to WR-V line-up will be appreciated by our customers."

    The new V grade comes with advanced and comfortable features, including 17.7cm touchscreen infotainment with navigation, steering mounted controls, one push start or stop button, it added.
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    6 Comments on this Story

    St Mumbai388 days ago
    The newest entrant in the compact SUV space – the Hyundai Venue has a host of features like projector headlamps, projector fog lamps, LED DRLs, and LED tail lamps. It sits on 17” dual tone alloy wheels, 6 airbags, ABS, EBD, rear parking sensors, reverse camera, hill start assist, 24×7 call center support, etc. The USP is Hyundai’s BlueLink connected car technology with eSIM connectivity. This allows users to have access to over 33 connected features. The eSIM from Vodafone-Idea and Hyundai offers free data to owners during the warranty period while after this period, the SIM can be recharged via regular data packs.
    Not surprisingly, it has put the Hyundai Venue with sales of 8,763 units at no. 2 in the top 10 selling cars list for June 2019. Just missed the top spot by 180 units. The Honda WR-V with sales of 1,268 units, is at no. 9. 😁😁
    St Mumbai388 days ago
    The newest entrant in the compact SUV space – the Hyundai Venue has beaten the Creta to become the best selling Hyundai SUV.
    June 2019 sales of the Hyundai Venue stood at 8,763 units, while it was 8,334 units for the larger Hyundai Creta (length: 4,270 mm). Segment leader Maruti Suzuki Brezza with sales of 8,871 units, just beat the Venue by a narrow margin.
    This record-breaking sales performance has put the Hyundai Venue at no. 2 in the top 10 selling cars list for June 2019. Hyundai Creta is at no. 3. The Honda WR-V with sales of 1,268 units, is at no. 9. The WR-V sold 2,783 units in June 2018 – a decline of 54.44%.
    The Mahindra XUV-300 (#4), Tata Nexon (#5), Fort Ecosport (#6), Mahindra Scorpio (#7) and Maruti Suzuki S-Cross (#8), are all ahead of the Honda WR-V in sales for June 2019.
    Anshu Prakash Satapathy389 days ago
    If Honda wants to flourish in India, they must release a 1000 cc small tall car with added height by 200 mm ground clearance.
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