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Being a Roughneck’s family does not mean that there is a lack of usefulness, however. How the Fit subcompact hatchback that is based, the HR-V has what Honda calls a “magic Chair” which is a configurable rear seat that allows for distinctive elements of long and bulky loads the HR-V with relative ease. HR-V also offers high-fuel, a sensation of recreational driving, available all-wheel drive and a solid collection of comfort and feature technology for money. If you want a crossover SUV but found the pillars a little too large or expensive, Honda HR-V could very well your needs.
HR-V becomes part of a growing group of subcompact crossover. The segment includes the Nissan Juke, which is more powerful but less wide than the HR-V and the newly introduced Jeep Renegade, with more off-road credentials of the cluster. Another new option is the Mazda CX-3, which distills the sports personality of the Mazda CX-5 in a smaller package. It is also the stylish Fiat 500 X to consider. You will want to know at least some of them before deciding, but if the space and versatility inside are priorities, “baby” of Honda Cross could very well be the ideal choice.
The subcompact Honda HR-V crossover 2016 five places and comes in three trim levels: LX, EX and EX-L Navi. Start the LX with 17-inch alloy wheels, power accessories, cruise control, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, height-adjustable driver’s seat, a 60/40 split rear configurable seat fold-down (Magic), a 5-inch screen, a camera, audio and Bluetooth phone connectivity and a sound system of four speakers with CD player and a USB port.
Honda HR-V comes with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine for 141 horsepower and 127 lbs ft of torque. For front wheel drive LX and EX, the engine comes paired with a six-speed manual transmission standard. A continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is optional on the trim levels, standard for front wheel drive EX-L Navi. All-wheel-drive (AWD) is an option available in three trim levels, but only with the CVT.
Even the base LX scenario, interior of 2016 Honda HR-V impresses with its design and amenities. Entry and exit are very easy, and once inside you will enjoy an interior devoid of artifice. The indicators are large and visible, and most controls easily at hand and easy to use.
The 7-inch screen with touchscreen in the EX and EX-L Navi ornaments manages navigation functions, communications and entertainment, as well as the application of the system of HondaLink smart phone integration. It’s not our favorite interface, since we found the screen, menus a bit confused and the lack of a physical volume unpleasant. Note that Android phones are currently incompatible with HondaLink, even though Honda says it will soon change.
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Seat is comfortable for four adults of average size. And with its relatively generous greenhouse effect, there is an expansive feeling to the HR-V, are often lost in a stylish compact crossover more adventurous (the Nissan Juke) or coupelike profiles (Mercedes GLA). Surely that’s not suburban neighbor, but it’s big enough that you can take residents to dinner.
While the 2016 gas saving Honda HR-V will bring a smile, the power of your engine of 1.8 litre four-cylinder is less impressive. Driving on city or highway cruising is relaxed and efficient enough, but when he was forced to accelerate quickly, the HR-V in 2016 feels slow. The monotonous sound engine in models equipped with CVT at full throttle is also strong and unpleasant. Go with the help of six-speed manual transmission to relieve tinnitus, but it is only available with front wheel drive. Read also : Best Crossover SUV 2016 Lexus RX 350