Whether it be near, far or even somewhere far-fetched, the Honda HR-V is ready and game. A compact SUV that wants to take you places, with features such as a 7-inch colour Touchscreen Audio system, to a multi-angle reversing camera, Magic Seats and more.
The HR-V's contemporary shape catches the eye, but it also stirs the heart. Its robust appearance and sporty side profile have been designed to make it a car you'll love to see and be seen in. The HR-V's looks aren't just skin deep. Its design has purpose. Chiselled lines have been engineered to make the car more aerodynamic and fuel efficient. But there's no economising when it comes to style. Design touches, like the flowing front grille and sharply cut lines of the profile, mean the HR-V cuts a sharp profile, even when standing still.
This full-colour, high definition display keeps you connected to your world without distracting you from the road. Just tap for easy access to your phone contacts, music and trip information. Allows you to go hands-free with all the functionality of Bluetooth®. But the best bit? This clever interface comes standard across the range. Available across the range, Satellite Navigation is right there on the 7-inch colour touchscreen. Your car will always know where it's heading and what the best route is.
Under hood lies a 1.8L i-VTEC engine perfectly proportioned for this new generation sub-compact SUV. Generating a punchy 105kW of power and 172Nm of pulling power, it's coupled to Honda's state-of the-art Earth Dreams CVT. Adjusting to the driving conditions and ensuring the engine is operating at the most efficient rpm level, the result is a smooth and comfortable drive that's easier on your passengers and your wallet.
With its 5-star ANCAP safety rating, the highest possible assessment, the HR-V is one of the safest drives on the market. A brilliantly innovative body structure means that the impact from any possible frontal collision is directed away from the passenger compartment. So wherever you're seated, you'll feel that much safer in the HR-V.