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2021 Honda HR-V Sport AWD | Platinum White


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Power Sunroof, Heated Front Seats, Sport Black Fabric Seats, 60/40 Split 2nd-Row Magic Seat, Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, Honda LaneWatch Blind Spot Display, Forward Collision Warning, Collision Mitigation Braking System, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist System, Road Departure Mitigation, Adaptive Cruise Control, 180-Watt AM/FM Audio System with MP3/Windows Media Audio Playback Capability and 6 Speakers, Front Wiper De-Icer, ECON Mode Button, Proximity Key Entry System with Pushbutton Start, Black- and Chrome-Accented Sport Pedals, Exhaust Finisher, Fog Lights, 141-HP 1.8L, i-VTEC 4-Cylinder Engine, Steering Wheel-Mounted Paddle Shifters, 2-Tone Black 17″ Alloy Wheels, Balance of Factory Warranty and 38,370 KM

31,900 +tax or 261 Bi-Weekly | Payment includes tax & transfer, ZERO cash down. Financing Bi-Weekly, Weekly & Monthly payments and NO Payments for 90-days available | NO Dealer Fees & NO Admin Fees

The Honda HR-V is a great choice among subcompact SUVs, boasting a highly versatile and roomier-than-expected interior, good driving manners, an efficient engine, and the high reliability and resale values for which Honda is known.

When it debuted several years ago, the HR-V became a benchmark for other entry-level crossovers to come, such as the Hyundai Kona, Toyota C-HR, and Nissan Kicks. Even well into its current generation, the 2021 Honda HR-V remains competitive. In addition to its aforementioned positive traits, the HR-V offers tech like Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and the impressive Honda Sensing suite of active safety features.

The HR-V will happily shuffle you around cities and is fine for highway jaunts. The transmission is a continuously variable automatic, and this one feels more natural than some earlier CVTs. Sport trims and above get paddle shifters that also help mimic traditional up- and downshifts.

That said, the Honda HR-V is nimble, efficient and can squeeze into parking spots with ease. Its suspension is pleasantly taut and enables the HR-V to feel surprisingly agile.

Favorite Features:

INTERIOR FLEXIBILITY – The HR-V took a cue from the original Honda Fit, enlisting the Magic Seat in back that can flip and fold to accommodate cargo of varying shape and size. With the seats flipped up, taller items like a potted plant are easy to move. Fold both rear seats down, and the HR-V opens up 58.8 cubic feet of space.

HONDA SENSING – This array of driver aids includes collision and road-departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control, and lane-keeping assistance. Honda’s LaneWatch also comes in at this level, employing a passenger-side camera to display vehicles in the driver’s blind spot when the turn signal is activated.

THE CARGO SPACE AGE – The HR-V has plenty of room for virtually everything, except compromise. The HR-V folds down, folds up or reconfigures so you can just pack and go. The 60/40 Split 2nd-Row Magic seat® adjusts to different storage modes, offering top-class cargo space for loads of all shapes and sizes.

LONG MODE: People watching you unload the HR-V might just start believing in magic. If you’re loading up material for that DIY project, or just got a deal on a small
kayak, you’re in luck. The front and rear passenger seats fold back to make storing long cargo a little smoother.

TALL MODE: Sometimes, it’s better to stand it up than lay it flat. Flip up the rear seats to create a taller, more forgiving stowage area.* Say yes to awkwardly-sized flat pack furniture boxes or that big cactus that even you won’t be able to kill.

Most recommendable is the Sport trim. It has a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, the HondaLink system that lets you connect with the vehicle remotely from your phone, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, and fog lights and roof rails. The Sport trim also has 18-inch wheels and a different steering ratio for faster responses.

The HR-V Sport trim is the first to liven things up. It’s the only version to have 18-inch wheels (the rest roll on 17-inch alloys). New this year, the Sport trim also gets a rear privacy glass.

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Type: Vehicle
Year: 2021
Make: Honda
Model: HR-V
Trim: Sport
Body Style: Compact SUV
Mileage: 38376
Transmission: CVT w/ Paddle Shifters
Price: $31,900
Bi-Weekly Payment: $261
Drivetrain: All-Wheel-Drive
Engine: 1.8L
Exterior Color: Platinum White Pearl
Interior Color: Sport Black Cloth
Wheels: 17" Alloy
Fuel: Gasoline
Warranty: Transferable Factory
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