Honda has offered a new edition for its three models - the City, WR-V, BR-V. So, what new features are included in these three editions' packages?
In August, we will greet a new and special version of the City – Honda City Edge Edition. This newly-launched model is based on the SV variant of the City. It is the base version of the diesel line as well the next-to-base variant in the petrol line-up. The new edition has the same price tag as the SV variants. However, equipped with more feature, it has more to offer, making it a more appealing package.
The Edge Edition City has new features like 15-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, reverse parking camera IRVM. Asides from the addition, the City Edge Edition will have the same feature list as in the previous SV variants including some effective safety feature like dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Isofix child seat anchors. To foster the convenience and comfort for the driver as well as the passengers, there will be rear vents, height adjustable driver seat, automatic climate control, cruise control, tilt adjustable steering wheel, rear vents, electrically adjustable ORVMs, day/night IRVM.
Honda City Edge will be given many exterior updates
In terms of the engine option, the new City Edge Edition offers two option, 1.5-litre petrol (119PS/145Nm) and a 1.5-litre diesel engine (100PS/200Nm). The petrol version will be mated with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 7-speed CVT. On the other hand, the diesel motor will be exclusively accompanied by a six-speed manual transmission.
Honda has launched the City Edge Edition at Rs 9.75 lakh for the petrol City SV MT Edge and Rs 11.10 lakh for the diesel City SV MT Edge.
Besides the sedan segment, Honda also brings in a new version for its WR-V crossover – Honda WR-V Alive Edition. The new version of the WR-V is equipped with more safety as well as comfort features.
So, what are new features on the Alive Edition? Notably, the new WR-V will get a 16-inch diamond cut alloy wheels. Inside the cabin, there will be a rear parking sensor, high-quality steering wheel, and seat cover. Moreover, the WR-V Alive edition owner will get free subscription of Honda Connect for one month.
Honda WR-V Alive Edition will get new alloys as well as interior updates
About the engine, the new edition still keeps the same engines which are a 1.2-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel. Petrol mill could generate up to 90 PS and it is paired with a five-speed manual gearbox. While the diesel motor mated with a six-speed manual transmission could make 100 PS of peak power. It takes Rs 8.02 lakh to buy a petrol WR-V Alive edition. For the diesel version, it takes Rs 9.11 lakh.
Last on the list of new-coming cars from Honda is the Honda BR-V Style Edition. The new edition will bring on new changes on the exterior. For example, it will get a bulbar, tailgate spoiler, body side molding. The BR-V Style offers two engine option, for example, 1.5-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. The transmission for the diesel version is a six-speed manual gearbox, and the petrol engine will offer CVT automatic transmission besides the manual gearbox option. The price for the new BR-V Style Edition will range from Rs 10.44 lakh to Rs 13.74 lakh.
Honda BR-V Style Edition will have new exterior features