The Hr-V is anything but a newcomer to the small SUV segment. When it arrived in the late 1990s this segment was beginning to see its first wave of popularity. Ever since, the Hr-V has remained a popular SUV that appeals to drivers that like the elevated driving position of a 4x4 rather than real muddy activity ability.
There is just one body style & the rest of the specifications are quite easy to get your head around too; there are just 4 trims to choose from (S, SE, EX & Sport) & 3 engines: a 1.6-litre diesel, a 1.5-litre petrol & a powerful 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol that is offered exclusively in range-topping Sport models.
If you’re shopping for a new small SUV, the 2019 Honda HR-V is probably on your list. The model offers lots of space as well as good fuel economy at a low price, therefore checking all of the right boxes for this type of vehicle.
Although they might have you fooled with the marketing, 4-wheel drive isn't available on this car, even as an option. However, you’ll find this car is a rival to models such as the Mini Countryman, Seat Arona & VW T-Roc, as well as the numerous small SUVs that are rarely specified with 4-wheel drive, including the stylish Audi Q2.
“Our popular sports-coupe style SUV has a fresh new shape that reflects its sporty attitude. The new Honda HR-V looks good to go & with a new 1.5 VTEC TURBO engine, it’s ready to go too.”