2016 Honda HR-V Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Honda HR-V Specs

On sale early next year as a 2016 model, the HR-V is spun off from the new-for-2015 Honda Fit, a finalist in both The Car Connection’s and Green Car Reports’ Best Car To Buy competitions.

The HR-V is a new vehicle in a new class for Honda, but it’s cribbing some from its bigger CR-V sibling as it tackles the likes of the Mazda CX-3, the Chevy Trax, Jeep Renegade and Fiat 500X. It starts at the nose, where the stubby HR-V wears a lookalike grille and headlamps akin to those on the heavily updated 2015 CR-V. Elsewhere, it’s a more playful, jazzy shape–the roofline is arched high for headroom, the front fenders are quite pronounced, and there’s a swell of sheetmetal at the shoulder line that extends down the side of the HR-V, past its hidden rear door handles.

Honda finally presented the production version of its new subcompact crossover on the LA Auto Show. It is called 2016 HR-V and it largely influenced by Urban SUV concept that was shown few years ago. Although it is a crossover, it is designed primary for urban drive it has small dimensions, economic engine, versatile interior full of hi-tech features etc. It will come this spring and it will compete with models such as Mazda CX-3, the Chevy Trax, Jeep Renegade and Fiat 500X.


2016 Honda HR-V Price

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2016 Honda HR-V Redesign

This crossover will be based on the company’s very popular model Fit. It will share the same platform and it will also share many parts, both esthetic and mechanical. When it is about 2016 Honda HR-V exterior look, it will be pretty much based on Urban SUV concept, but it will also borrow many details from its bigger brother CR-V. It will feature a coupe-like appearance with upswept side window treatment and hidden rear door handles, and also plenty of attractive details such as aluminum wheels or power sunroof.


2016 Honda HR-V Release Date

Last week at the LA Auto Show, Honda introduced its versatile HR-V compact crossover to North America.

Bridging the gap between the subcompact redesigned Fit, and also refreshed larger CR-V, Honda’s new “segment buster” is being made in Celaya, Mexico in non-hybrid configuration, although last year it launched a hybrid variant in Japan.

2016 Honda HR-V Specs

While the boilerplate answer from most automakers is they can’t comment on “future product,” Honda was refreshingly willing to speculate the Accord Hybrid’s two-motor system may be an ideal retrofit for a U.S. market HR-V hybrid.

So it, the HR-V, and other Honda vehicles including possibly the CR-V are on the hybridization waiting list. The HR-V could especially be a hit, as it’s larger, not expected to be very expensive, and able to stuff lots of things in the cargo area measuring 24.3 cubic feet with rear seats up; 58.8 cubic feet with rear seats down.


2016 Honda HR-V Engine

The 2016 Honda HR-V will be powered with 1.8 liter four-cylinder engine, which is rated at 138 horsepower and 127 lb-ft of max torque. This engine perfectly suits to car’s main purpose, which is city drive. It has enough power to make decent accelerations and, which is more important, it has great results when it is about fuel economy. The transmission will be the same 6-speed manual or CVT, which is used for new Fit and it will be available both in FWD and AWD configurations.

With a drivetrain related to the one in the Fit, the HR-V promises very good fuel economy and moderate acceleration. The 1.8-liter four-cylinder is rated at 138 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. With a choice of a continuously variable transmission or a six-speed manual (the latter only on front-drive models) the HR-V mirrors the Fit’s transmission offerings. Where the HR-V elaborates on the Fit formula is in optional all-wheel drive.

The dual-screen clutter of bigger Hondas is absent in the HR-V. It has a very tidy cabin that, in upper trim levels, can have a touchscreen interface for infotainment and safety displays. With more than 100 cubic feet of interior space on the base LX trim (96.1 cu ft on EX and EX-L), the HR-V could be one of the roomiest vehicles in its niche–Honda says, even roomier than some mid-size offerings. It also features the Honda “Magic Seat,” which folds and flips the second-row seat to open up more configuration possibilities and lots of storage space. Behind the front seats, Honda says the HR-V has 58.8 cubic feet of storage space (or 24.3 cubic feet behind the second-row seat).

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