2016 Honda HR V SUV Review Australia - It subcompact crossover seats five and comes in three trim levels: LX, EX and EX-L Navi. The LX starts off with 17-inch alloy wheels, full power accessories, cruise control, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a height-adjustable driver seat, a configurable 60/40-split folding rear seat (Magic Seat), a 5-inch display screen, a rearview camera, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, and a four-speaker sound system with a CD player and a USB port.
2016 Honda HR V SUV Review Australia

There are three available trim levels for the Honda HR-V. The EX-L Navi comes with a navigation system and leather.

Opt for the EX and you'll enjoy a sunroof, rear privacy glass, foglights, keyless ignition and entry, heated front seats, automatic climate control, a passenger-side blind spot camera (Honda's LaneWatch), a touchscreen display with 7-inch in size, a sound system with six-speaker (with an additional USB port) and HondaLink.

Topping the line is the EX-L Navi. It further comes with roof rails, leather upholstery, a navigation system, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and satellite and HD radio. 

The SUV-ification of the car showcase proceeds apace, with purchasers in even the littlest fragment now concluding that they, as well, need the higher seating position and (taking all things together wheel-drive forms) the terrible climate ability managed by a hybrid sort vehicle. Honda is demonstrating more hustle than expected with the new 2016 HR-V, getting into this diversion in the still-early innings. The Nissan Juke, the Mini Countryman, and the Buick Encore were the pioneers however in the previous year the measure of the field has dramatically increased, with new contestants, for example, the Chevy Trax, the Jeep Renegade, the Fiat 500X, and the up and coming Mazda CX-3. The HR-V hybrid, which openings in beneath the fiercely mainstream CR-V in size and value, guarantees to be a solid participant in this blossoming field. 


Strong Feel 

2016 Honda HR V SUV Review Australia

While the CR-V depends on the Civic, the HR-V imparts its stage to the Fit subcompact. The 2016 Honda HR V SUV Review Australia, nonetheless, is an entire request of greatness more strong and generous feeling than that starving stray like little box. The lodge is much more extensive, the windshield isn't miles away, and the inside outline and materials are better. In the event that you never looked behind you, you could without much of a stretch be persuaded this is another CR-V. 

Without a doubt, the HR-V is significantly bigger than the small Fit. Its wheelbase is longer by 3.2 inches, its front track more extensive by 2.1 inches, and the back track is up by 2.6 inches. By and large, the HR-V throws a shadow 9.1 crawls longer and 2.8 inches more extensive than the Fit, and it stands 3.2 inches taller. 
2016 Honda HR V SUV Review Australia

Those additional inches, obviously, carry with them more weight. Contrasted with the Fit, the HR-V is about 400 pounds heavier by Honda's estimations. All things considered, its check weight of about 3000 pounds is svelte for this class. 

Given the proceeded with development, both in deals and size, of its prevalent CR-V, Honda saw a chance to make another passage level hybrid SUV demonstrate. The outcome is the all-new 2016 Honda HR-V. On the off chance that Honda's Pilot is "father" and its CR-V is "mother," then the HR-V ought to fit consummately inside the family as the "child." 

The 2016 Honda HR-V subcompact hybrid seats five and comes in three trim levels: LX, EX and EX-L Navi. The LX begins off with 17-creep compound wheels, full power adornments, voyage control, a tilt-and-extending controlling wheel, a stature movable driver situate, a configurable 60/40-split collapsing back seat (Magic Seat), a 5-crawl show screen, a rearview camera, Bluetooth telephone and sound network, and a four-speaker sound framework with a CD player and a USB port. 


2016 Honda HR V SUV Review Australia

The Honda HR-V accompanies a 1.8-liter four-chamber motor useful for 141 strength and 127 pound-feet of torque. For the front-wheel-drive LX and EX, the motor comes combined with a standard six-speed manual transmission. A persistently factor programmed transmission (CVT) is discretionary on those trim levels and standard for the front-drive EX-L Navi. All-wheel drive (AWD) is an accessible alternative on every one of the three trim levels, however just with the CVT. 

A HR-V EX-L Navi with AWD quickened from zero to 60 mph in 9.7 seconds, which is slower than normal for a subcompact hybrid. 
2016 Honda HR V SUV Review Australia

As indicated by the EPA, a front-drive 2016 Honda HR V SUV Review Australia will get 28 mpg in consolidated driving (25 city/34 thruway) with the manual transmission or 31 mpg joined (28/35) with the CVT. Settling on all-wheel drive diminishes mileage marginally to 29 mpg joined (27/32).
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