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While Honda’s new 2018 HR-V will be rolling out at the dealerships with just a few updates, the company is certainly not giving up its spot as the best-selling vehicle in the segment. Honda knows it has a winner in the HR-V.
In a press release, Honda North America said the new HR-V will boast a more generous interior room comparable to those on the midsize SUVs. Its Magic Seat technology, which provides various interesting setups, can make room for up to 100 cubic feet. Still for the upcoming model year, the subcompact crossover will get a new set of wheels with black insets both for the EX and EX-L. In addition, Honda throws in the new Aegean Blue Metallic paint that will be offered with some of its trims for the new 2018 model.
The 2018 HR-V is powered by a 141-hp (105kW) and 127-lb-ft (172Nm) of torque 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine paired to either CVT or six- speed manual. Its EPA- estimated fuel return is at 31 miles per gallon which means the HR-V is quite fuel efficient. Like before, a choice between all-wheel or front -wheel drive layout is available.Read the entire article Honda launches the 2018 HR-V with new paint color plus minor updates
Honda Motor Co. may just have solved its demand dilemma in the U.S. with the arrival of the new HR-V crossover. With unexpected sales of 6,381 units only in the first two weeks and before its advertising campaign has even started, things are definitely looking up for the automaker. This figure is triple what other automakers are able to achieve in one month with a new model in the segment.
This has caused Honda to rethink its options on how to meet the demand for the HR-V, a taller twin to the Fit subcompact. From the start of the year through May, the CR-V had been the top-selling crossover. The auto market had benefited from lower gasoline prices and the sales pace has been its fastest over the past ten years.
Judging from how the HR-V is performing, Honda is confident that smaller models will be able to sustain sales even when gas prices go up. In an interview, John Mendel, executive vice president of Honda’s U.S. sales unit, said that people will consider this small crossover as the “ultimate hedge against everything.”Read the entire article Initial sales for 2016 Honda HR-V are through the roof
Honda’s all-new 2016 HR-V crossover was finally introduced at the 2014 LA Auto Show and promises to bring new customers to the Japanese brand. According to Honda, this new model is powered by a 1.8-liter SOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder petrol engine with i-VTEC valvetrain that generates 138 hp at 6,500 rpm and 127 lb-ft of torque at 4,300 rpm.
The engine is bolted to a six-speed manual transmission on 2WD models, or a continuously variable transmission (CVT) with Honda “G-design” shift logic on other versions. As expected, the HR-V is available in two-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive configurations.
The HR-V will be available in LX, EX and EX-L trims and will arrive as standard with power windows, power mirrors and power door and tailgate locks, electronic parking brake, rearview camera, aluminum-alloy wheels, tilt and telescoping steering wheel with audio and cruise controls.Read the entire article 2016 Honda HR-V debuts at the LA Auto Show powered by 1.8-liter engine with 138 hp
At the 2014 Paris Motor Show in October, Honda will bring the prototype version of the Euro-spec HR-V. For those who don’t know, the vehicle was already introduced earlier this year at the 2014 New York Auto Show and last year in Japan, where it is sold as the Vezel.
Still, Honda looks prepared to bring it in Europe as well and the new HR-V will arrive with the well-known design as well as with the spacious interior. In addition, the interior gets the Honda Magic Seats which enable a wide range of seating configurations and the driver will be able to fold the second row seats completely flat in order to increase the cargo space.
Under the hood, we expect to see the 1.5-liter direct injection four-cylinder petrol engine used by the Vezel and bolted to a manual transmission as standard, while the CVT automatic transmission will be offered as an option.Read the entire article Euro-spec 2015 Honda HR-V Prototype introduced prior to Paris Motor Show
Honda introduced at the 2014 New York International Auto Show its new compact crossover, the 2015 HR-V. As you can see from the images, this is the US version of the Vezel, which was introduced last year in Japan. Using the same compact platform as the 2015 Fit, the Honda HR-V promises to feature a versatile and spacious interior thanks to the unique tank layout.
Moreover, the 2015 Honda HR-V will use the exclusive Magic Seat, a feature that allows for multiple seating configurations and the ability to fold the second row seat completely flat for added cargo space.
Under the hood, we expect to see the same 1.5-liter direct injection four-cylinder engine used by the Vezel, bolted as standard to a manual transmission and to a CVT as an option.Read the entire article 2015 Honda HR-V officially uncovered at the 2014 New York Auto Show
Last week we’ve told you that Honda will introduce in the United States, a new compact SUV based on the popular Fit. Today, the new model became official as the Japanese carmaker announced that at the 2014 New York International Auto Show it will debut an all-new compact SUV that will join Fit this winter.
Although Honda didn’t reveal the name of its new vehicle, we did find out that it will be called the HR-V. As expected, this model will actually be an American version of the Vezel that was introduced in Japan last year. Asked about the HR-V trademark filled by Honda, a spokesman didn’t reveal any details but said the we should “Stay tuned!”.
Several reports said that the vehicle was already shown to dealers and Honda called it the HR-V. For those who don’t know, the HR-V is not a new name for Honda as the Japan company offered a subcompact crossover in Europe with that badge from 1999 to 2006. We expect the new compact crossover to use the same 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine found on the Vezel and capable to deliver 130 hp (97 kW) and 114 lb-ft (154 Nm) of torque.Read the entire article Official: Honda announces compact crossover for 2014 New York Auto Show, could be the HR-V
As you may know already, Honda will introduce a subcompact crossover in the United States, based on the 2015 Fit. Honda already launched the new car in Japan back in 2013 and on its domestic market the vehicle is called the Vezel. However, Temple of VTEC says that the new model will actually be called HR-V in the United States.
Apparently, Honda already filled for a trademark for that name, but also showed the vehicle to dealers and called it HR-V. A Honda spokesman didn’t give any details regarding the online reports, he only said “Stay tuned!”, according to Automotive News.
For those who don’t know, the HR-V nameplate is not new for Honda, as the Japanese carmaker sold a subcompact crossover by that name in Europe, from 1999 to 2006.Read the entire article 2015 Honda HR-V is the new Japanese subcompact crossover prepared for the US
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