Honda is well known for building the most efficient vehicles at an affordable price point. The All New 2016 HR-V is hands down the most fun to drive, fun to own, and affordable vehicle in its class.
Here is what a few of the experts have to say about the 2016 Honda HR-V:
Edmunds.com states that the All New 2016 Honda HR-V at Napleton Honda has a roomy interior and seating; versatile cargo loading thanks to unique rear seat; high fuel economy, and excellent outward visibility.
Car and Driver states that The All New HR-V mixes angles and curves in an attractive design that lends it a sporty look while hiding its budget-friendly roots. A 141-hp 1.8-liter four comes with either a six-speed manual or CVT and front- or all-wheel drive. Many safety features are available, and the flat-folding second-row provides cargo-hauling bragging rights. Load it up with extras like lane-departure warning, a seven-inch touch-screen display, and a vehicle telematics system and the HR-V becomes a high-tech haven.
US NEW REPORTS - Auto journalists say the 2016 Honda HR-V's interior uses soft-touch materials and hard plastics that are of decent quality. The HR-V's seats are roomy and nice to sit in, testers report. They are particularly impressed with the rear seats' ample head- and legroom, which they say make it one of the roomiest back rows they've seen in a subcompact SUV. Automotive journalists praise the 2016 Honda HR-V for its outstanding visibility in all directions. According to reviewers, the HR-V offers impressive standard features, which include a rearview camera, a USB port, a 5-inch LCD display, Bluetooth phone connectivity and steering wheel-mounted controls. Options include a 7-inch touch screen, automatic climate control, a power moonroof, navigation, satellite radio, push-button start and blind spot monitoring. Instead of typical dashboard buttons, the Honda HR-V has touch-sensitive controls for audio and climate systems. Critics agree that although the controls create a sleek dashboard layout, using them is complicated and distracting for drivers. The HR-V has 58.8 cubic feet of cargo space, which is one of the largest cargo capacities among subcompact SUVs. Test drivers like the HR-V's versatile storage features, including a forward-folding front passenger seat and a rear seat cushion that can be folded up or down.
A Few more 2016 HR-V "Raving Fans"
"The HR-V is a competent, versatile offering in the ever-growing compact crossover segment. It may lack the Jeep Renegade's off-road prowess and the Juke's turbocharged exuberance, but it makes up for it with practicality and dependability." -- Left Lane News
"Early subcompact SUVs like the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and Nissan Juke required buyers to sacrifice interior roominess, but more recent additions like the Chevrolet Trax and Jeep Renegade are more accommodating. The HR-V's innovative layout takes it a step further with a roomy, versatile cabin and large cargo area. Combined with a high-grade interior and good estimated gas mileage, the HR-V enters the segment poised to strongly challenge established and all-new models alike." -- Cars.com
"If you are looking for a four-door model that is focused primarily on functionality in this price range, the HR-V is a unique compact crossover that hits 'em where they ain't." -- Yahoo Autos