According to Paultan, the Malaysian Honda WR-V will be available in four variants, including types S, E, V and the top RS variant.
Most of the orders were for the RS variant with 45 percent, followed by the V-type with 38 percent, the E-model with around 12 percent, and the rest was for the basic S equipment.
All WR-V variants feature the same powertrain as the Indonesian and Thai market versions, namely the naturally aspirated 1.5-liter DOHC i-VTEC L15ZF engine developing 121 hp and 145 Nm, paired with a CVT.
FYI: This car was first launched worldwide in Indonesia in November 2022.
This model immediately managed to attract Indonesian consumers, receiving orders of up to 2,580 units in less than a month.