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    The name WR-V puts the soft-roader in line with other members of Hondaís crossover lineup, and the company explains it stands for Winsome Runabout Vehicle. The concept is closely related to the surprisingly practical Fit city car, and itís about a size smaller than the HR-V. Visually, it stands out with a tall front end characterized by chiseled headlights underlined by a wide grille. A fake brushed aluminum trim on the front bumper and black plastic cladding over the wheel arches add a rugged touch to the overall look.

    Technical specifications are unavailable, but the Fit roots shed insight into what we can expect under the hood. In Brazil, Hondaís smallest model exclusively ships with a 1.5-liter VTEC four-cylinder engine that generates 116 horsepower and 110 pound-feet of torque. Itís capable of burning either gasoline or ethanol, a common fuel in Brazil.

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    W-RV = bizarro jazz
    H-RV = bizarro civic

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    pang head to head sa C-HR i guess...

    i hope it looks great as it is in the render... excited?!

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    is honda getting lazy with branding or what? uubusin alphabet ah

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    Quote Originally Posted by bim27142 View Post
    pang head to head sa C-HR i guess...

    i hope it looks great as it is in the render... excited?!

    That's the HR-V

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    They needed a higher ground clearance Honda jazz. I'm guessing they're considering this because of floods(suv popularity also) Also a less expensive hrv..


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    I just read topgears comment and they also use the word "flood" ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    They needed a higher ground clearance Honda jazz. I'm guessing they're considering this because of floods(suv popularity also) Also a less expensive hrv..


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    I just read topgears comment and they also use the word "flood" ...
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    If the price is right,- then Honda will be flooded with demand for the ride...

    Pero, sabi nga ni bro.shadow,- pangarap lang dahil nga PRESTIGE e...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syuryuken View Post
    Nice concept. I like the idea of a small but tough vehicle with high ground clearance, short overhangs and two-wheel drive.

    But the WR-V might look like this:




    India-bound Honda WR-V gets rendered one more time | Indian Autos Blog

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    now that the new WRV final design has been released. this is truly at par with Ecosport, and with Ecosport pricing according to Brazil and India. to be released march 2017.

    hello toyota, mitsubishi. meron na take ng trono ni ecosport

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