The Honda WR-V has been in India for a while now, and has been steadily picking up pace on the popularity charts. Apart from the fact that it is a compact crossover based on a hatchback (which is the one of the most popular segments in the Indian car industry), the WR-V brings with itself an interesting dose of technology - an Android-powered infotainment system, power folding mirrors, keyless start, a sunroof, and much more. Is it, then, the car to choose for all the technology that it includes?
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