2016 Honda HR-V AWD EX-L, the new hatchback brings sporty, athletic appearance of the CR-V in bold chiseled lines. We were initially impressed with the exterior design, if it falls outside the compact car. We have tried over the weekend, a top-of-the-line, Milano Red 2016 Honda HR-V AWD EX-L with navigation ($ 24.590).
2016 Honda HR-V AWD EX-L Changes
2016 Honda HR-V is a completely new crossover subcompact, a number smaller than Honda CR-V popular small SUV. Honda has designed the HR-V with a coupe-like appearance, hiding behind the door handles on the top of the door.
2016 Honda HR-V AWD EX-L features and Options
The 2016 Honda HR-V EX-L Navi CVT AWD (24.590 $) comes with leather upholstery, leather steering wheel and gear selector, navigation with voice recognition and real-time traffic, HD Radio and satellite radio capabilities.
The automatic climate control system also gets heated front seats, six speakers, 180 Watt stereo, 7-inch display with interface Honda Link, Pandora Internet Radio functions, SMS mode, the second port USB, sunroof, fog lights, Honda and Lane Watch .
2016 Honda HR-V EX-L AWD Interior
The all-black interior with bright contrasts headliner was attractive and the cabin is well laid out. It has a number of soft-touch materials and some plastics as Fit. The controls are well positioned, and we want this 7-inch touch screen audio and navigation model EX-L.
Rearward visibility is good considering the rear window reminiscent coupe and we were able to let their heads fall for better rearward visibility. For a sub-compact, there is a surprising amount of legroom. The 60/40-split rear seats can be completely folded, and offers many capacity. Whether the seats are up or down, it is the starting square and flat, allowing plenty of space and easy access with a low loading height.
With the rear seats up, cargo space measures 25 cubic feet. With folded, there up to 58.8 cubic meters.
2016 Honda HR-V AWD EX-L Engine
2016 Honda HR-V is powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. Front-wheel drive is standard, all-wheel drive is optional. The CVT achieves greater fuel economy than the six-speed transmission and 27/32 mpg city / EPA-estimated 29 mpg highway combine models and all-wheel-drive.
The 2016 Honda HR-V is all about flexibility and is a good choice for people of the city looking for a cheap crossover entry-level. It is to bring spacious enough for adults, children and the family dog. If you do not need AWD, we will get the six-speed gear box with manual.