2023 Honda Hrv Sport Awd

2023 Honda Hrv Sport Awd – After a sneak peek, the price and specifications of the 2023 Honda HR-V have been revealed. It is bigger and more powerful than the previous one. As a result, it is also more expensive and not as fuel efficient as it used to be.

2023 Honda Hrv Sport Awd


The HR-V’s styling is a big change, moving to a more traditional SUV design. Along with the similarly updated Ridgeline and Passport, the nose is sharper and more aggressive. The door handle is completely conventional, except for the semi-hidden rear handle of the older model, and the tail is relatively simple.

Of course, the entire car is huge, measuring 9.4 inches long and 2.6 inches wide. This translates into a passenger area that should feel more spacious. But cargo space is nearly identical to the smaller outgoing model, at 24.4 cubic feet behind the rear seats and 55.1 cubic feet with the seats folded. That’s because the new HR-V doesn’t have the old HR-V’s “magic seat” in the back. By moving the fuel tank under the front seats, the load floor and flat-folding rear seats are much lower, thus providing more cargo space than its exterior dimensions suggest. The bottom of the “magic seat” also folds up to free up floor space. We will lose its stability, but at least a large part of it is retained.

On the subject of the interior, the design here is closely related to the new Honda Civic. That’s not entirely surprising, since it shares a platform with the HR-V (the old HR-V shared its platform with the Fit). The lower dash includes full-width air vents, physical climate control dials and a central touchscreen infotainment system. The standard infotainment system is a 7-inch unit, with a 9-inch unit also available as an option. The open tunnel in the center console is a bit like the old HR-V.

Due to its close relationship with the new Civic, the new HR-V sees several mechanical improvements. It now has a multi-link rear suspension, and it has a bigger, more powerful engine. It’s a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter four-cylinder that makes 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque (an improvement of 17 horses and 11 pound-feet over the old model). A CVT is the only transmission option, but the HR-V can be had with front- or all-wheel drive. The extra power and size comes with a small fuel economy penalty. It gets 26 mpg in the city, 32 mpg on the highway, and 28 mpg with front-wheel drive. With all-wheel drive, it gets 25 mpg in the city, 30 on the highway, and 27 combined. The previous HR-V will get 28 to 30 mpg combined.

US versions of the HR-V in foreign markets will come with a hybrid, but Honda has yet to confirm a hybrid in the US. But with the Civic also being launched as a hybrid, it’s hard to imagine Honda won’t offer it here.

Prices have gone up for the new HR-V. The base model starts at $24,895, an increase of about $1,800. Pricing starts at $1,500 for the all-wheel-drive version. All three terms are priced below.

Standard equipment on the HR-V includes 17-inch alloy wheels, a 7-inch infotainment screen, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Safety features include adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, automatic emergency braking, driver alert monitoring and rear seat reminders. Opting for the Sport trim adds 18-inch wheels, polished exhaust tips, a unique grille, black badging, and a black rear spoiler. It also has unique fabric and bronze contrast stitching, as well as blind spot monitoring. The range-topping EX-L gets leather upholstery, a 9-inch infotainment system, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. If you think the HR-V is fun, you can find it at dealerships in June.

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2023 Honda Hrv Sport Awd

While the previous model shared its core components with the discontinued Fit hatchback, the new HR-V rides on the same platform as the 11th-generation Civic. Its wheelbase is 1.7 inches longer, 9.4 inches longer than before, and is only 2.3 inches shorter than the CR-V (though, with the arrival of the new CR-V in 2023, that’s likely to grow as well). Cargo capacity isn’t too different, with 24 cubic feet behind the rear seats and 55 cubic feet with the rear seats up. Unfortunately, the previous HR-V’s highly adjustable folding rear seats are no more, although the rear seats can still be folded.

The HR-V’s standard powertrain is a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter inline-four shared with the Civic sedan and hatchback. It makes 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque — better than the old HR-V’s 141-horsepower 1.8-liter engine, but average by segment standards. A continuously variable automatic transmission is the only transmission option, and front-wheel drive is standard, with all-wheel drive a $1,500 option.

Interior upgrades include a standard 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster and updated infotainment software for the standard 7.0-inch center screen and optional 9.0-inch screen. The clean dashboard design is similar to the Civic, with mesh covers for the air vents on the center console and passenger side. There’s a new drive mode selector with Normal, Sport and Eco settings, and while the HR-V has no real off-road pretensions, hill descent control is standard across the board.

Honda claims an EPA combined fuel economy rating of 27 mpg city or 28 mpg city, depending on trim—that’s slightly worse than the outgoing model, which has a combined rating of 28-30 mpg. Although Honda sells a variant of the HR-V with a standard hybrid powertrain in Europe, we don’t think a hybrid version of the HR-V will make it to the US. Honda only talked about upcoming hybrid models, the redesigned CR-V and Accord and the new Civic Hybrid that replaces the Insight.

Trim levels include LX, Sport, and EX-L, with Sport ($26, $895) 18-inch wheels and black exterior trim for visual distinction. The EX-L starts at $28,695 and comes with features like leather upholstery and a larger touchscreen. 2023 HR-V models will begin arriving at Honda dealerships this month.

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2023 Honda Hrv Sport Awd

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They grow very quickly. The 2023 Honda HR-V, the company’s smallest and most affordable SUV, enters its second generation and is bigger, more powerful, roomier, and better equipped — but also more expensive to own and run.

The 2023 Honda HR-V has grown with the next generation of the car. Its wheelbase is 1.7 inches longer than before, and Honda tells us most of that has gone to rear legroom. Overall the vehicle is 9.4 inches long, 2.6 inches wide, and one inch tall. The reason for the speed of development is the change of the platform. No longer based on the discontinued Fit hatchback, the 2023 Honda HR-V now shares a platform with the larger Civic sedan and hatchback.

As much as we loved the old Fit, the new platform is a huge upgrade. Honda strongly wants you to know that this is not a Civic platform but a common platform used by both the Civic and the HR-V, an interesting point of difference that doesn’t make much of a difference and how much it takes into account. should

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