The redesigned HR-V gets upgraded to the newly redesigned Civic’s platform, making it a more pleasant vehicle by being less noisy, not as stiff riding and roomier.

It’s practical and user-friendly, making it an ideal college kid car.

This new HR-V is now larger but it lost its magic rear seat that was able to flip up and the super low floor.
The 158-hp, 2.0-liter engine is mated to a continuously variable transmission, a powertrain that makes the HR-V feel underpowered.
The controls and infotainment system are very easy to use.
Top trim EX-L gets a 9-inch screen with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, wireless phone charger.
The HR-V comes with Honda Sensing suite of safety features but blind spot warning is not standard.

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The redesigned HR-V gets upgraded to the newly redesigned Civic’s platform, making it a more pleasant vehicle by being less noisy, not as stiff riding and roomier. It’s practical and user-friendly, making it an ideal college kid car.

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