The Special Honda WR-V Alive is Live!

To all the car lovers out there, get ready to welcome a wide range of new arrivals, special editions and extravagant models, which the carmakers across the globe would be introducing to the world this festive season. Honda Cars India inaugurated the seasonal spree of automobile developments by launching a specially edited and transformed base-spec S variant. The new release features the Honda WR-V Alive, which is a derived yet peculiar crossover. It relives the Base-Spec series and hence the name Alive.

Though the Alive edition comes as an extension of the Edge edition, there are a couple of interesting and exciting features, which makes the new model eye-catching and outstanding. The Alive edition is slightly premium as it bags a fledged extravagance along with both the engine options. It offers the options of petrol and diesel engine versions.

Here is the exclusive cost update for you. Honda WR-V Alive with petrol engine is available at just INR 8.02 lakh, while the model with diesel engine has a price tag of INR 9.11 lakh. Alive’s wheels are made of machine-made amalgam inspired by the top-spec VX variant.

The extravagant features include mirrors providing internal rear view. In addition, there is a combined rear camera screen as well. Alive comes equipped with parking sensors that helps in rear parking. Also, Alive’s cased steering wheels and logo on the seat are wrapped in leather.

The schemes and buying options offered by Honda catches the attention of the customers. These schemes include free subscription for a period of 1 month and the schemes are probably called Honda’s telematics services, Honda Connect and more.

To make the customers feel extra special and privileged, Alive’s emblem is subjected to customization, creativity and innovation. The emblem can be presented to the buyers in a way that is chosen by them. Another surprise element added to the new model is the color. The radiant red exterior color makes the car look attractive. The rich and luxurious red was first seen on the second-gen Amaze, which was out when the year began.  

Critics have said that Honda WR-V Alive is in a race with Tata Nexon and Ford EcoSport.                   

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