Pros & Cons

One of the high points of the HR-V is its new LED headlights which is a big step up from the halogen projector set that the old unit came with. This set of headlights help illuminate the road ahead with ease. Another key point that makes the HR-V a great buy is the fuel-efficient 1.8L engine which pairs nicely with the chassis in the city or out on the highway. As with most crossovers, adding ground clearance adds a bit of comfort to the vehicle, and the HR-V boasts a plush ride for its class. 

Honda has opted to install piano-black glossy plastics which may spruce up the cabin while it is new, but the material is prone to scratching. Even if it is an improved unit, the infotainment system comes from a third party and isn't truly integrated. Finally, the gloss-black RS design could be polarizing to some people, but good for others. 

What You Will Like
  • Good-looking LED lights illuminate the road well.
  • Responsive and thrifty engine.
  • Impeccable ride comfort.
What You Won't Like
  • Copious amount of piano black plastics means scratch party.
  • Third party infotainment system spells trouble.
  • Glossy black accent of the RS trim is polarizing.

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