7-inch touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple Carplay
Keyless entry with push-button start/stop
Electrically-adjustable and foldable outside mirrors
Earlier, the cruise control and keyless entry were only available with the diesel engine. Let’s hope these features make it to the petrol WR-V as well with the 2020 facelift update. Besides, the touchscreen infotainment will gain the Android Auto and Apple Carplay connectivity feature, which the Honda City also got late in 2019. The older WRV didn’t have these native Android and iOS connectivity options.
Other new features of the 2020 Honda WRV facelift are LED projector headlamps with LED DRLs and LED tail lamps.
2020 Honda WRV Facelift Engine Specs
Honda officials had earlier confirmed that the WR-V will retain its 1.5-litre diesel engine after the BS6 upgrade. A brochure leak confirms the exact power and torque output of the WR-V facelift along with fuel efficiency figures.
2020 HONDA WR-V ENGINE SPECS*
90PS @ 6000rpm
100PS @ 3600rpm
110Nm @ 4800rpm
200Nm @ 1750rpm
*Based on leaked details
Just like before, the Honda WR-V facelift is likely to continue without an automatic transmission despite a growing demand for the same.
2020 Honda WR-V Facelift Dimensions
Since this is a facelift and not a generation change, the WR-V will retain its dimensions but may undergo minor changes here and there. Here are the dimensions of the 2020 Honda WR-V:
Boot Space (litres)
Fuel Tank (litres)
Ground Clearance (mm)
The Honda WR-V’s boot space of 363 litres is the biggest among other B2 segment crossovers/SUVs. Its ground clearance of 188mm is acceptable for a crossover of this class.
2020 Honda WR-V Rivals
The Honda WR-V competes with B2 segment SUVs and crossovers like Mahindra XUV300, Hyundai Venue, Ford EcoSport, Ford Freestyle, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and Tata Nexon.
Kia Sonet and Brezza-based Toyota Urban Cruiser are 2 new contenders, which are likely to soon join the segment to compete with the Honda WR-V.