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Honda HR-V VTi 2018 review: snapshot

The VTi is the most affordable version of the Honda HR-V small SUV at $24,990.

The VTi is the most affordable version of the Honda HR-V small SUV at $24,990.

Yes, it is the cheapest HR-V but the standard features list is generous with a 7.0-inch screen, sat nav, reversing camera, six-speaker stereo, climate control, cloth seats, auto halogen headlights, LED tail-lights, electric parking brake and 16-inch alloy wheels.

The VTi is powered by the same engine as all HR-Vs – a 1.8-litre four-cylinder petrol which makes 105kW and 172Nm. If you’re looking for a HR-V with a manual gearbox you’ll need to buy one from the year 2000 because these days the small SUV only comes with a CVT auto transmission. All HR-Vs are front-wheel drive.

This 2017 HR-V achieved the maximum five-star safety rating from ANCAP when it was originally tested in 2016, but it doesn’t come with AEB which is now increasingly becoming expected on even base-spec grades and will be a requirement to get the top safety score in 2018. For now, you’ll have to step up to the VTi-S grade for AEB

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LE 1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO $19,250 – 24,310 2018 HONDA HR-V 2018 LE Pricing and Specs
RS 1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO $29,680 – 35,693 2018 HONDA HR-V 2018 RS Pricing and Specs
VTi 1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO $22,990 – 27,490 2018 HONDA HR-V 2018 VTi Pricing and Specs
VTi-L 1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO $25,630 – 31,680 2018 HONDA HR-V 2018 VTi-L Pricing and Specs
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