Cabin Space: Don’t let the “compact crossover” designation fool you, this five-passenger family vehicle has plenty of room, offering up 100.1 cubic feet of passenger space on LX models. When you don’t need to fill those seats, the cargo can expand from 24.3 cubic feet to 58.8.
Fuel Economy: The 2016 HR-V 2WD LX with CVT earns an EPA-estimated 35 mpg on the highway,* which led Green Car Journal to name it their 2016 Green SUV of the Year.**
Features: Standard amenities on the HR-V include Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, a multi-angle rearview camera, an in-dash infotainment system, and more. Available features like navigation and a 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen allow for plenty of upgrade options.
Available Trims: Three trim levels give drivers a range from well-equipped and practical to practically luxurious. Optional upgrades and other features let you customize the HR-V to fit your needs.
Performance: Under the hood of the HR-V is a 141-hp 1.8L 4-cylinder engine with 127 lb-ft of torque. Its peppy response will help make up for lost time when you’re running late in the morning.
Safety: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration awarded the 2016 Honda HR-V a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Safety Rating.***
With stats and specs like these, we hope you expect the 2016 HR-V to be bringing home praise and awards from critics. We already touched on the Green Car Journal and NHTSA award; here’s what a pair of critics think:
That’s a lot of praise for a car in its first model year, and we only expect it to increase as more and more drivers discover the HR-V. Of course, you don’t need to know any of the critics’ thoughts to be impressed by the HR-V; you need only look at its specs and features.
Cabin Space: The CR-V has been known for its family vehicle status for years, and that means giving the kids enough room to get comfortable. This five-passenger crossover has as much as 104.1 cubic feet of passenger space and an easily expandable cargo hold (capable of up to 70.9 cubic feet).
Fuel Economy: The 2016 CR-V 2WD LX is rated at an EPA-estimated 33 mpg on the highway.* Drivers who upgrade to all-wheel drive will be happy to know that 2016 CR-V AWD models are still remarkably efficient at an EPA-estimated 31 highway mpg.*
Features: Like the HR-V, the CR-V has the latest in standard amenities, including a multi-view rear camera, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, and an in-dash infotainment system. Honda also makes the new Honda Sensing features available for advanced safety amenities.
Available Trims: Building the right CR-V just got easier—the 2016 model has five different trim levels. The top-of-the-line Touring trim sports heated front seating, leather upholstery, and an array of tech features that feels practically futuristic.
Performance: Each CR-V is powered by a 2.4L 4-cylinder engine paired to a CVT. Whether you drive two- or all-wheel drive models, you’ll have 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque at your disposal.
Safety: Not only is the 2016 CR-V one of the best-equipped cars in its class, drivers can depend on its safety record as well. In addition to a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Safety Rating from the NHTSA,*** the CR-V with Honda Sensing has earned a 2016 Top Safety Pick+ from the IIHS.****
We think that both the HR-V and the CR-V can hold their own among the best midsize SUVs on the market, but we want to know what you think. Visit a Detroit Honda Dealer near you today for a test drive of a new crossover.
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