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Honda WRV: New Brazilian mini SUV will be cheaper than Pulse, Tracker, C3 Aircross, and promises to sell like crazy

18 March 2024 to 22: 55
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Honda WRV: New Brazilian mini SUV will be cheaper than Pulse, Tracker, C3 Aircross, and promises to sell like crazy
Honda's new WRV mini SUV has a 1.5 4-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection that delivers 126 horsepower and 15,8 kg of torque!

Honda's new WRV mini SUV has a 1.5 4-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection that delivers 126 horsepower and 15,8 kg of torque!

Honda recently confirmed the launch of another SUV for the Brazilian market, the new Honda WRV. With the promise to be the new popular car from the brand in the country, the WRV arrives to compete with models such as the Fiat Pulse, C3 Aircross, Volkswagen Nivus and Chevrolet Tracker.

The launch of the WRV is one of the most anticipated this year, and it will certainly have great prominence in the compact SUV segment in Brazil. Check out all the details of this new compact SUV, its features, performance, equipment and estimated prices.

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Fit's new mini SUV, the WRV, has impressive dimensions, measuring 4,32 meters long

The Honda WRV is based on a new platform, being a more simplified version of the platform used in City and HRV. Compared to its predecessor, which was a modified version of the Fit, the WRV features structural improvements. Despite being compact, the WRV has impressive dimensions, measuring 4,32 meters long, 1,79 meters wide and 1,65 meters high.

The wheelbase is generous, measuring 2,65 meters, and the trunk holds up to 311 liters of luggage. The look of the WRV is interesting, highlighted by the chrome front grille, full LED headlights and wheels up to 17 inches.

WRV will be equipped with a 1.5 4-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection that delivers 126 horsepower and 15,8 kg of torque!

The WRV will be equipped with Honda's well-known mechanical package, the 1.5 4-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection. This engine, available in both gasoline and ethanol versions, delivers 126 horsepower and 15,8 kg of torque. Performance is good, with excellent consumption averages.

It is worth mentioning that the WRV sold in Japan, where it only runs on gasoline, has even better performance than the Brazilian HRV. The transmission will be automatic type CVT, simulating up to seven gears. Abroad, an option with manual transmission is also offered.

The WRV's interior has a simpler look than the HRV and City models

The WRV's interior has a simpler look than the HRV and City models, showing that it is a lower segment car. The finish is mainly made of hard plastic, but the fits are good and the quality of this type of plastic is superior to that of other competing models.

The interior space is suitable for five occupants, and the WRV has a list of basic equipment, such as digital climate control, electrically folding mirrors, on-board computer, multifunctional steering wheel, face-to-face key, induction cell phone charging and multimedia with an 8-inch screen. , connectivity for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear camera and native GPS.

Technology and Security

The WRV is better equipped in terms of safety compared to the previous generation. All versions have traction and stability controls, disc brakes with ABS at the front and six airbags. The top-of-the-line RS and Turin versions feature collision warning, autonomous emergency braking and Lane Watch, a vision camera positioned in the right rear view mirror that works as a blind spot warning.

The new Honda WRV will be manufactured in Brazil

The new Honda WRV will be manufactured in Brazil, which will allow for more affordable prices compared to imported models. It is estimated that the price of the WRV will be between R$100.000 and R$150.000, not invading the price range of the HRV, which costs R$195.800 in the top-of-the-line version.

The WRV will also have versions aimed at people with disabilities (PWD), priced at around R$100.000. The launch of the WRV is scheduled for the second half of 2024, and it is expected to be very successful in the Brazilian market.

Honda WRV arrives on the Brazilian market promising to surpass its competitors Fiat Pulse, C3 Aircross, Volkswagen Nivus and Chevrolet Tracker!

The new Honda WRV arrives on the Brazilian market as an option for those who want to have a Honda, but consider the City and HRV models too expensive. With an interesting design, generous dimensions, good performance, list of basic equipment and more affordable prices, the WRV promises to win over many consumers.

Furthermore, the fact that it is made in Brazil will contribute to more competitive prices and promises to surpass its competitors Fiat Pulse, C3 Aircross, Volkswagen Nivus and Chevrolet Tracker. The launch of the WRV is one of the most anticipated this year, and it will certainly have great prominence in the compact SUV segment.

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