What is it?

It’s the mid-life update for Honda’s Jazz-based crossover, the WR-V, the original version of which went on sale back in 2017. Now it’s easy to be cynical about the WR-V and dismiss it as no more than a Jazz with a suspension lift and some off-road garnish tacked on, and technically, that is what it is, but there’s more to it than just that. Honda doesn’t yet have a compact SUV of its own, so this crossover plugs that gap, and to help in that regard, the wheelbase is longer, the wheels and tyres are bigger, and of course, it has a considerably different exterior look than the Jazz. Moreover, the formula worked, with the WR-V finding a decent number of buyers – over 1,500 each month in pre-COVID-19 times, which is about double that of the Jazz, by the way.

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