Driving the HR-V is more exciting than ever, thanks to its new 2.0-liter engine’s increased horsepower and more responsive acceleration.
The MacPherson strut front suspension and new multi-link rear suspension make the all-new HR-V exceptionally fun to drive, nimble enough to weave through city traffic and remarkably smooth, making long trips even more comfortable.
Navigating down a steep grade is easier with Hill Descent Control, a new feature that keeps you from gaining unwanted speed on downhill crawls so you can focus on the road ahead instead of the brake pedal.
Snow mode helps keep you in control when covering snowy ground. It helps minimize wheel slippage by setting the automatic transmission to start in second gear and reducing pedal sensitivity, and offers more peace of mind than ever, thanks to improved acceleration and hill climbing.
A honeycomb grille is the centerpiece of this attention-grabbing front end. Gently sloping body lines, angled headlights and the iconic Honda emblem work together to create a striking first impression wherever you go.
17-inch alloy wheels perfectly complement the eye-catching exterior, creating a dynamic look from every angle.
A slim spoiler invokes the racing spirit of Honda and adds sporty appeal to a completely revamped rear design. And available rear privacy glass keeps items stored in the cargo area out of sight.
An elegant dashboard accented with honeycomb detailing houses important tech features and serves as the cockpit’s visual anchor.
Let the light shine in, enjoy a cool breeze or simply take in more of the scenery, all with one simple tap that opens the one-touch power moonroof.
No more cords. No more adapters. The wireless phone charger provides a hassle-free charging zone that’s easy to use with compatible phones.
The 8-speaker, 180-watt audio system pumps out your favorite music and podcasts in high-quality sound.
The blind spot information system can detect and alert you to the presence of other vehicles to the side of your HR-V, and with Cross-Traffic Monitor, it can alert you to approaching vehicles detected when you’re backing up.
Choose from three different angles—normal, top-down and wide—for a better view of what’s behind you whenever you shift into Reverse.
Front and rear parking sensors can alert you when you’re getting too close to a detected object, making it easier to parallel park.