Honda knows that even a small SUV can deliver a big value, and the HR-V is proof that a subcompact can be both comfortable and fun to drive. Let’s take a look at what the 2019 model has to offer.
For 2019, Honda has made several new technology options available for its subcompact SUV. The dash sports a convenient infotainment system display, with a 5-inch screen in the base model and a 7-inch touchscreen available for a streamlined interface. You now have the option to sync up your smartphone via the available Android Auto and Apple CarPlay® apps, opening up a world of entertainment options. The advanced Honda Sensing Suite is also available, and it can enhance your safety on the road with vigilant driver assistance features like automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, and more. These smart systems reinforce Honda’s longstanding commitment to safety, and you can start the engine with peace of mind knowing that the 2019 HR-V scored excellent marks in its crash and safety tests.
New Trim Levels
The HR-V’s trim lineup expanded in 2019, with the Sport and Touring variations joining the ranks. Fitting in just above the base trim, the Sport model arrives with handy tech like its 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system and smartphone synchronization capability. On the outside, it cuts through the haziest days with bright fog lights, and it’s the only HR-V model to sport larger alloy wheels. In the driver’s seat, you’ll also get a grip on a handsome leather-wrapped steering wheel. Like the starting LX trim, it comes standard with a rearview camera. At the top of the lineup, the new Touring trim features a satellite-linked navigation system as well as all-wheel drive. Its driver’s seat is power-adjustable in eight ways, and you can get the engine going before you ever sit down thanks to its remote start function. The Touring trim also includes features found elsewhere in the trim range, with leather-trimmed seating for extra style and comfort.
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