The HR-V is a compact SUV combining a coupe-like silhouette with the practicality and off-road capability of a crossover. Powered by a modest 141 hp from a fairly frugal 1.8-liter 4-cylinder mated to either a 6-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission, the HR-V is not the most sporty to drive, but features a compliant ride and optional all-wheel-drive. In typical Honda fashion, it seats five in a well-built, versatile and relatively spacious interior.
Changes for 2017
The Honda HR-V carries over to 2017 virtually unchanged.
The 2017 Honda HR-V SUV is available in 6 trim levels.
The Honda HR-V LX comes standard with air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, cloth seat-upholstery, 6-way driver bucket seat, 4-way passenger bucket seat, split-folding bench rear seat, tilting and telescoping steering-wheel, AM/FM radio with CD-player, internet access, wireless connectivity, ABS, stability control, front airbags, front side airbags, side-curtain airbags, tire-pressure monitor and parking assist.
Features available on other trims include automatic air conditioning, navigation system, power sunroof, leather seat-upholstery, heated front seats, HD-radio and satellite-radio.
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