A unique combination of SUV, MPV and coupé characteristics makes the latest Honda HR-V model stand out above the rest.
One of the popular Honda model ranges, the HR-V has undergone a significant upgrade programme. From an enhanced interior to upgraded equipment levels, the all new HR-V retains the core attributes of its predecessor.
A sleek design, an innovative crossover
Since being introduced in 2015, the Honda HR-V combines a sleek coupé-like design with the robust attitude of an SUV and the space and versatility of a MPV.
The updated HR-V retains the outgoing model’s core characteristics and benefits while also delivering a transformed front and rear appearance.
A range of exterior colours that now include Passion Red and Brilliant Sporty Blue, underline the HR-V’s youthful appeal.
The new Honda HR-V retains the unique Magic Seat System® that ensures that all the space inside the cabin is used to its fullest.
This includes extending the 393 litre luggage compartment to an astonishing 1 002 litre by folding the rear bench seat forward. With the Magic Seat System®, the configurations of the interior seems almost infinite.
Model-specific upgrades to upholstery, fabric and finishes make the HR-V a dream to be in. The Elegance – the flagship – now boasts perforated leather upholstery with double-contrasting stitching, for example.
The crossover’s premium feel is extended to interior design that includes soft-touch surfaces and piano-gloss black detailing. Luxury at it’s best!
Coupled with the new interior, is the now standardised HR-V full-feature infotainment system that will make even traffic a breeze.
This urban crossover’s silhouette retains it’s unmistakable HR-V look, but also has the latest solid wing face with a all-new front bumper, reprofiled bonnet and redesigned headlights.
Recessed apertures for the LED fog lamps is standard in the 1.8 Elegance model, while new headlights feature LED elements. The Elegance model also has LED daytime running lights. The Comfort derivative headlights use projector-type halogen units.
The rear of the HR-V has also received a makeover, including taillight clusters with a smoked appearance.
The 1.5 Comfort retains its 16 inch alloy wheels, while the Elegance now boasts head-turning 17 inch wheels with a contemporary design.
Your safety peace of mind
Honda’s superb Advanced Compatability Engineering (ACE) body structure ensures the safety of the car’s occupants by maintaining the integrity of the passenger cell while the rest of the structure absorb impact forces.
The pivotal role of safety clearly shows in the HR-V’s range of active and passive safety features. This includes:
- Front, side and curtain airbags
- Head restaints
- Inertia reel seatbelts for all seating positions.
The HR-V also has ABS anti-locking brakes with EBD, Emergency Brake Assist and Emergency Stop Signal ESS) activation. Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), Hill Start Assist (HAS) and a high mounted third brake light gives you extra peace of mind.
To top it off, the HR-V also has IsoFix child seat anchors.
Two models, an enhanced mix of efficiency
The Honda HR-V has two models with a choice of drivetrains and specification grades.
- The CVT gearbox has been further improved
- The 1.5 Comfort CVT is now powered by Honda’s 1 497 cc four-cylinder engine.
- The 1.8 Elegance CVT employs a 1 799 cc four-cylinder engine.
The 1.5 Comfort has a combined-cycle fuel consumption of 6.3 litre/100 km wih CO2 emissions of 151 g/km. The 1.8 Elegance model uses some 6.8 litre/100 km with CO2 emissions of 162 g/km.
Recommended Retail Price, warranty and service plan
The new Honda HR-V’s retail pricing is as follows:
- HR-V 1.5 Comfort CVT – RRP R376 700
- HR-V 1.8 Elegance CVT – RRP 445 700
These retail prices include a five-year/200 000 km warranty, a four-year/ 60 000 km service plan and a three-year AA Roadside Assistance package.
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