Now that the HR-V is here, we can give you an in-depth look at some of the key 2016 Honda HR-V features in person. Of course, before you visit a Detroit Area Honda Dealer to take the HR-V for a test drive, you’ll probably want to know what your options are, right?
We have a breakdown of the three main trim levels for you as well as what to expect out of the engine, and remember, if you have any questions, we can give you a hands-on tour of any of the features of Honda’s new crossover.
Choosing the Right Trim Level
When some automakers give you three trim levels, you’re left choosing a basic and stripped down model or “upgrading” to a mid-range trim to get the features you expected to come standard. That’s not the case with Honda, where even the entry-level LX trims are well-appointed.
- The basic HR-V LX comes with Bluetooth HandsFreeLink for phone and audio, a multi-angle rearview camera, a 5-inch LCD screen, remote entry, LED brake lights, the 60/40 split-folding Magic Seat, and a set of 17-inch alloy wheels.
- Upgrading to the EX trim level of the HR-V adds on quite a bit in the way of tech and luxury, including Honda’s 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen, a one-touch power moonroof, heated front seating, Honda LaneWatch, and push-button ignition with Smart Entry.
- At the top of the line is the HR-V EX-L Navi, which includes satellite-linked navigation with voice controls, leather upholstery, SiriusXM radio, HD radio, and functional roof rails.
No matter which trim level you choose, you’ll have a 1.8L four-cylinder engine under the hood with 141 hp and 127 lb-ft of torque. The 2016 HR-V LX 2WD with CVT is even rated at an EPA-estimated 35 highway mpg,* making it easy to afford in the long run as well as affordably priced from the start.
Test Drive an HR-V Today
We want to put you behind the wheel and show you the 2016 Honda HR-V features firsthand; contact a Detroit Area Honda Dealer near you for a test drive. We think you’ll see why we’ve been so excited for the HR-V to arrive.