When is Honda HRV going to launch in India?: Know the Date

After a great wait to end Honda releases its upcoming Honda HRV car detail and pictures in India.  The Honda HRV is less clever and innovative than the subcompact SUV which is expected to be launched at the end of the year in December.

The car would be competing with the Hyundai Creta, Nissan Kicks, and Renault Duster, and will be positioned above Honda India’s slow-moving BR-V.

A 552 cc engine with a maximum output of 131 horsepower and 99 Nm is expected to power the 2610 mm wheelbase and 180 mm of ground clearance hybrid vehicle. The same 5-liter gasoline and diesel engines that are used in the City would power the car. Along with this, it offers the top fuel efficiency estimates with 26 mpg city and 32 mpg highway.

The inside of the HR-V car has more contemporary and is influenced by the Civic’s revamp. Which looks both attractive and classic and with several adjustments, the front chairs are supportive and comfy. It even offers a bigger cargo bay.

Apple Car Play and Android Auto are available on either a 7.0-inch or 9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system in all versions; the bigger display allows wireless connectivity for both functions, although it is only offered on the top EX-L grade. Along with the EX-L, a wireless smartphone charging station is also provided.



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