While the 2017 HR-V LX is the entry-level trim for Honda’s compact crossover, it’s far from basic. From its energetic yet efficient 4-cylinder engine to its standard connectivity and safety features to the available all-wheel drive, the LX gives drivers new expectations for entry-level trims.
Powertrain: A 1.8L 4-cylinder engine powers the HR-V, rated at 141 hp and 127 lb-ft of torque, paired to your choice of a 6-speed manual or continuously variable transmission. Drivers can choose between two- or all-wheel drive as well, and 2017 HR-V LX 2WD CVT models earn an EPA-estimated 34 highway and 28 city mpg.*
Technology: Bluetooth HandsFreeLink for phone and audio comes standard on the HR-V, as does an in-dash LCD display screen, connecting all of your media together in one place.
Safety: In addition to three-point seat belts and an array of airbags, the HR-V includes a multi-angle rearview camera as a standard feature, giving you peace of mind when backing up and parking.
Honda-Exclusive: The Honda Magic Seat offers three different configurations that let you expand the cargo hold—Tall, Long, and Utility modes. Find the best fit for people and gear and switch to it in seconds.
If you’re shopping on a budget and are looking for a crossover, it’s tough to go wrong with the efficient engine, modern features, and low price of the LX. 2017 HR-V LX 2WD 6MT models are priced at $19,365 (MSRP).**
As the mid-range trim, the 2017 Honda HR-V EX might be just right for the Detroit driver seeking a small yet spacious crossover with some high-tech gadgets. It sports the same powertrain as the LX trim and gives drivers the choice of all-wheel drive or CVT. Where it sets itself apart is in its features:
Technology: A 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen joins the dash of the HR-V and brings with it advanced connectivity options like HondaLink telematics, Pandora Internet radio compatibility, SMS text messaging integration, and more.
Comfort and Convenience: A one-touch power moonroof is standard on the EX, perfect for letting the fresh air in on a nice summer day, and features like the Smart Key system and push-button start ensure you won’t have to dig for your keys—the HR-V knows when you’re near. Heated front seating rounds out the comfort features and keeps you warm in even the harshest Detroit winters.
Safety: The multi-angle rearview camera receives an upgrade with new dynamic guidelines. The EX model also includes the Honda LaneWatch blind spot camera, which is mounted under the passenger-side mirror and offers the driver a clearer picture of what’s in the blind spot before changing lanes.
Priced at $21,415 (MSRP) for 2WD 6MT models,** the HR-V EX walks the line between the two trims, bringing high-tech features and amenities while remaining easy to budget.
The EX-L Navi is the top of the 2017 Honda HR-V trim levels, including standard continuously variable transmission and available in both two- and all-wheel drive. The EX-L Navi separates itself from the EX trim with a variety of technology and luxury upgrades.
Interior Upgrades: Leather-trimmed seating is standard, bringing a level of durability and class to the HR-V interior, and it includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob to complete the look.
Technology: HD radio and SiriusXM satellite radio come standard on the HR-V EX-L Navi, but its most remarkable upgrade is the built-in satellite-linked navigation system. Use voice commands or input your destination directly, and the navigation system will route you where you need to go, along the shortest trip, ensuring you avoid delays on the way.
Although it has the features and amenities of a luxury crossover, the 2017 Honda HR-V EX-L Navi remains affordable, priced at just $24,840 (MSRP)** for two-wheel drive models. It’s a smart choice for the driver searching for a luxurious car without the luxury pricing.
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