Honda HR-V Pricing and Specs
Honda refreshed its HR-V small SUV in August last year with low-speed autonomous emergency braking as standard.
Each version is powered by a 105kW/172Nm 1.8-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine, which is paired to a continuously variable automatic transmission that sends drive to the front axle.
Starting with the VTi grade, the HR-V is equipped with a 7.0-inch multimedia touchscreen system with satellite navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and audio streaming, as well as climate control and an electric park brake.
Stepping up to the VTi-S nets buyers Honda’s Lane Watch blind-spot monitoring system, rear parking sensors, 17-inch wheels, LED headlights, push button start, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter.
RS variants gain 18-inch wheels, a sports bodykit, variable-ratio electric steering rack, automatic wipers, paddle shifters and rear privacy glass.
Top-spec VTi-LX versions bring in a panoramic sunroof, front parking sensors, power-adjustable driver’s seat, forward collision warning and lane-departure warning.
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