Power Sunroof, Navigation, Heated Front Seats, Leather Seating, 60/40 Split 2nd-Row Seat, Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Information, Rear Cross Traffic Monitor system, Lane Keeping Assist System, Auto High Beam, 180-Watt AM/FM Audio System with MP3/Windows Media Audio Playback Capability and 8 Speakers, Front Wiper De-Icer, ECON Mode Button, Proximity Key Entry System with Pushbutton Start, Fog Lights, 158-HP 2.0-Litre, 16-Valve i-VTEC 4-Cylinder Engine, Real Time AWD with Intelligent Control System, 17″ Gloss Shark Gray Alloy Wheels, Balance of Factory Warranty and 15,290 KM
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One of the best subcompact SUVs is updated. The 2023 Honda HR-V becomes even more compelling and refined. Honda builds this second-generation model on the same platform as the current Civic, which only launched last year (the original HR-V was based on the little Fit hatchback).
That means a more sophisticated suspension for better ride quality, plus a keener engine. The new HR-V is also completely contemporary inside and out. Safety tech starts quite generously.
Driving The 2023 Honda HR-V:
The HR-V drives with more sophistication than its price would suggest, lending itself to pleasing commutes. But is there any fun to be extracted along the way? Yes. The HR-V corners with confidence, and there’s just a splash of sportiness, aided by steering that has a satisfying heft and predictability.
At full-throttle, the HR-V feels peppy. And truth be told, the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) works great. While CVTs routinely are criticized for creating an elastic acceleration curve accompanied by a racing engine, Honda’s CVT feels a lot like a conventional automatic. Most folks will have no idea it’s a CVT.
Exterior Styling -New generation, new look. The 2023 HR-V loses the designed-by-committee vibe and puts forward a more distinct appearance. Because of its Civic foundation, the new HR-V not-so-subcompact SUV is bigger than before. Width grows by about 2.5 inches. And overall length is greater by almost 9.5 inches.
HONDALINK – Download the HondaLink app onto a smartphone, and a range of services becomes available, such as stolen vehicle location, geofencing, automatic collision notification, and service appointments. This is standard with every new HR-V SUV.
SMART ENTRY WITH WALK AWAY AUTO LOCK – “Did I lock the car?” This question invariably springs to mind just as your plane takes off and you see all the long-term parking lots becoming smaller. With this feature, standard in the top two trims, such angst becomes a thing of the past.
One of the country’s best-selling subcompact SUVs has been totally redesigned for 2023.
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