New and Used HR-V Prices, Honda HR-V Model Years and History

Honda HR-V Models

2021 Honda HR-V trims

2021 HR-V

The 2021 Honda HR-V is a practical crossover that has the engine performance to take you where you are going with comfort and entertainment in mind.

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2020 Honda HR-V trims

2020 HR-V

The 2020 Honda HR-V is a great crossover SUV with excellent gas mileage and a well-designed interior to keep you entertained on your next trip.

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2019 Honda HR-V trims

2019 HR-V

The HR-V may be the most affordable crossover Honda offers, but don’t be fooled: it’s got a lot of bang for the buck.

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2018 Honda HR-V trims

2018 HR-V

The automaker sticks to the tried and true with the 2018 Honda HR-V with modest cosmetic modifications for the vehicle’s third model year.

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2017 Honda HR-V trims

2017 HR-V

Honda’s HR-V gives you the convenience of an SUV with the compactness of a crossover.

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2016 Honda HR-V trims

2016 HR-V

Honda’s HR-V crossover offers plenty of interior room, all the storage space you’ll need, lots of tech features and trademark reliability.

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About HR-V

Creating a smaller alternative based on the Fit subcompact car's platform, Honda rolled out the HR-V compact crossover vehicle for the 2016 model year. Almost 10 inches shorter in overall length than the current CR-V, the wheelbase of the Honda HR-V is only slightly shorter than the first-generation CR-V introduced back in 1997. The affordably-priced Honda HR-V appearance is a combination of a coupe-like sportiness and urban utility vehicle practicality. Up to 58.8 cubic feet of cargo space can be optimized aided by the presence of Honda's Magic Seat in the second row providing a number of seating options. Engine power for the 2016 Honda HR-V is derived from a 1.8-liter i-VTEC engine generating 141 horsepower. Front-wheel drive or Real Time All-wheel drive is available with a continuously variable transmission. A six-speed manual gearbox can also be found on front-wheel drive equipped HR-V models. Standard features found on the Honda HR-V include cruise control, rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity and 17-inch alloy wheels.

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