Overview and What’s New
2023 Honda HR-V, Starting at $24,895, the new subcompact SUV is significantly larger than before and offers the same 158-hp 2.0-liter engine as the Civic.
Coming now with a new design my the Honda, Giving it a much more of a Muscular look as a standard SUV is. kicking out 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque, better than the old HR-V’s 141-hp 1.8-liter engine, though remaining an average in the segment, comes with a full list of options when it comes to the features such as the standard is front-wheel-drive but another $1500 will fetch you an all-wheel-drive along with a standard 7-inch infotainment screen, there’s always an option for a 9-inch one. Now you also get new Driving modes such as Normal, Sport and Eco mode along with the hill-descent control as a standard, tough lacking all the off-roading pretensions.
Honda acclaims the mileage for 2023 HR-V would be 28-30 miles-per-gallon, combined in City and Highway. Well in Europe, you may get to see the presence of a Hybrid powertrain variant, but as of now you are not getting it anywhere in the rest of the world.
Trim levels include LX, Sport, and EX-L, with the Sport ($26,895) getting 18-inch wheels and black exterior trim to visually differentiate itself. The EX-L, starting at $28,695, comes with a leather interior and the larger touchscreen, among other features. 2023 HR-V models will start arriving at Honda dealerships this month.
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