Honda Plans To Launch 3 New Cars - Next-gen City to BSVI WR-V

by Jatin Chhibber | 10/04/2020
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Honda Cars India will introduce three new cars this year, which consist of new-gen City, WR-V BSVI and 2020 Jazz.

Honda Cars India has plans to launch three new products into the Indian market. The upcoming vehicle line-up includes cars like- new-gen City, BS6 Jazz and 2020 WR-V. The official launch dates of all the three models are not out yet. Earlier, the carmaker has planned to unveil the fifth-gen City on 16th March, but it got cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak. The carmaker cancelled the unveiling and also postponed its launch date to May 2020.  The all-new City is built on an all-new platform, and it’ll derive power from a BS6 compliant 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engine and a 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel mill. The petrol unit puts out 199bhp and 145 Nm of peak torque, while the oil-burner offers 99bhp of power and 200 Nm of twisting force. Both the engines will come mated to a manual and CVT gearbox. 

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The carmaker cancelled the unveiling and also postponed its launch date to May 2020

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Moreover, Honda has also confirmed the launch of 2020 WR-V facelift. The carmaker has started accepting bookings of the car at a token amount of Rs 21,000. The car will employ subtle cosmetical updates like new front grille and LED lighting. Mechanically, the crossover SUV will now employ BS6 compliant 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel motors. Both the engines will continue to be offered with a 5-speed manual transmission. 

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2020-Honda-WR-V-front-side-view

The carmaker has started accepting bookings of the car at a token amount of Rs 21,000

Honda Cars India has also listed the 2020 Jazz hatchback on their official website. The automaker has already confirmed that they will launch the new Jazz with a BS6 compliant 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol engine and a 1.5-litre iDTEC oil-burner. The BS4 petrol and diesel engines put out power and torque outputs of 89bhp/99bhp and 110Nm/200Nm. Moreover, the new BS6 compliant diesel mill will be less fuel-efficient. We expect the carmaker to make minor design changes and feature updates to the updated hatchback.  

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