2018 Honda Hr V New Model Picture

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Honda HR-V is sub-compact crossover which was introduced at 2014 NY Motor Show and released in U.S. in 2015 as 2016 MY. With 2017 MY HR-V entered its second year on the American market. Maybe you are of the opinion that it’s too early to talk about 2018 Honda Hr V, but if you think about it, it’s not. 2017 HR-V didn’t undergo any changes compared to 2016 model. The vehicle which is based on Honda Fit remained absolutely the same since its introduction. If you look at other Honda’s models that are scheduled for 2017 release as 2018 MY list holds quite a few famous names. CR-V and Accord are just some of them, and we believe that they will be joined by HR-V.

The current version is a two-row crossover available with front and all wheel drive. It’s offered with only one engine option, and that is 1.8-liter four-cylinder unit that brings 141 hp and 127 lb-ft of torque. This powertrain is mated to either six-speed manual or CVT and is offered in three trims: LX, EX, and EX-L. One of the standout traits on HR-V is its interior which is clean and organized to the point of perfection. The multiple options that are offered on the inside contribute to the utility and appearance of the car with space and comfort that are both on the high level with 2018 Honda Hr V.

2018 Honda Hr V New Model Redesign

2018 Honda Hr V sounds like a fantastic vehicle and it is. So you probably are asking what’s there to change. On today’s market, a car which is two years old is starting to fall behind the competition. With Chevy Trax, Mitsubishi RVR, and most notably Mazda CX-3 breathing behind its neck Japanese company needs to further improve it. Biggest rival is CX-3 which went trough small redesign and with Mazda constantly on the hunt to improve we know that Honda will just have to follow suit.

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