The subcompact segment in India is a important segment for the Indian car market. For the same price as a sedan, you get a much larger-looking car along with better ground clearance. Ford EcoSport created this segment but is now ruled by-products like Venue, Nexon and Brezza. Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger were two of the latest launches in this segment. Honda too is looking towards competing in this highly lucrative segment. Find out below about the Honda ZR-V.
Engine and Performance
In the overseas market, the ZR-V could get a 1.0-litre turbo petrol motor alongside the 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol motor. The Honda minimal Hybrid frameworks is likewise expected to be seen on this new 2021 ZR-V. Giving it a motor from the Honda Amaze will keep the costs under control. More about Honda ZR-V: New Upcoming Compact SUV below.
More about Platform
The Honda ZR-V is expected to be made on the Honda Amaze Platform. For India, it will be relied upon to be another alternative to the WR-V. The Honda WR-V is presently with a BS6 motor and with the presentation of the ZR-V, we are anticipating that the same engine should proceed on this vehicle. The WR-V is certainly not a reasonable rivalry to the current age compact SUVs sold in the Indian vehicle market. The ZR-V will make Honda a commendable rival in this segment. Modern features and bold looks will be the main focus of the company. Also, Alexa car connected technology can be expected in the higher trims of the SUV.
Launch, Price and Competition
The Honda ZR-V is probably going to be launched in the end of the year or 2022. The forthcoming SUV will rival vehicles like Maruti Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Mahindra XUV300, Tata Nexon and Ford EcoSport in the segment.