Breaking into the entry-level crossover market, Honda has unveiled the all-new 2016 Honda HR-V. Combining the sporty exterior and design of a coupe with the practicality and utility of a crossover, the 2016 Honda HR-V in Lima, OH is both eye-catching and versatile. Expected to arrive in the spring of 2015, the Honda HR-V promises an athletic style, dynamic driving performance, exceptional fuel economy numbers and a spacious, comfortable cabin.
Implementing the best characteristics of preceding Honda models, the 2016 Honda HR-V maintains the Honda reputation for class-leading fuel economy ratings, impeccable advanced safety features and technology as well as unrivaled Honda reliability. With a dynamic power core, the Honda HR-V also presents drivers with a fun-to-drive attitude that is generally associated with a coupe while adding all-wheel drive capability for a more confident driving experience.
If you are searching for a new compact crossover or you expect to be in the future, the all-new 2016 Honda HR-V will meet and surpass your expectations and is most certainly worth the wait.
A wide athletic stance correlates to a spacious and comfortable interior that puts focus on exceptional passenger and cargo space. With room for five on the interior, the 2016 Honda HR-V near Columbus, OH has a maximum passenger volume of 100.1 cubic-feet in the standard LX trim and 96.1 cubic-feet for upper EX and EX-L trims. The Honda HR-V also provides exceptional and competitive cargo capacity with 24.3 cubic-feet behind the rear seats, which expands to 58.8 cubic-feet when the second-row is laid flat. Taking a page out of the Honda Fit playbook, the Honda HR-V will also implement the versatile Magic Seat feature.
Technology is another focus of Honda’s new compact crossover model, providing driver and passengers with unrivaled entertainment and safety features. Base models deliver impressive levels of entertainment including standard Bluetooth connectivity and Pandora internet radio. Higher-level trims add premium amenities including a 7-inch touch screen, push-button start, SiriusXM radio, a power sunroof, leather trim, heated seats and more. A superior design and structure also promote safety while advanced safety features like a multi-angle rearview camera and Honda LaneWatch further enhance the Honda HR-V’s safety.
When you look under the hood of the 2016 Honda HR-V in Lima, OH, you will find an energetic and refined 1.8-liter SOHC 16-valve i-VTEC four-cylinder power platform. Paired with your choice between a six-speed manual transmission and a continuously variable transmission, the Honda HR-V produces 138 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. Official fuel economy ratings have not yet been released, but class-leading numbers are the expectation for the new Honda crossover model. 2016 Honda HR-V models are also available with Honda’s innovative Real Time All-Wheel Drive with Intelligent Control for confident handling in all weather and road conditions.