FIRST LOOK! 2023 Honda HR-V is looking to DOMINATE the tiny crossover market…



Honda finally gives us a glimpse of its new American-focused 2023 HR-V coming in 2022.

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https://hondanews.com/en-US

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21 thoughts on “FIRST LOOK! 2023 Honda HR-V is looking to DOMINATE the tiny crossover market…”

  1. There's a reason why the Honda HR-V sales took off: it essentially took the place the of Honda Fit. I do think we'll see both a 158 bhp conventionally powered model and a circa 140 bhp eCVT model for the US market.

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  2. Excellent review! Looking forward to see the accord 2023, Also any news on the engine specifications of the Civic Hybrid hatchback ?

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  3. I *really* hope we get an upgraded engine offering. The current one is vastly underpowered. We got a 21 HR-V and I know the dealers had some good incentives on them…makes sense they sold so many

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  4. If the HRV comes out with nicer wheels, I’m getting them lols. I own a 2017 Honda HRV 6 speed manual and I love it, but I do wish it had more power.

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  5. I have a Honda H-RV and I love it. I really like these sketches and hope that it doesn’t look too different from them. The only thing I’m not too happy with is that they’re increasing the size of it. I love the small form factor of the current one and am disappointed they’re increasing the size of it. We already have a million large vehicles and we don’t need another one.

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  6. We have a unicorn '17 HR-V with a 6-speed. A good balance of fun and practicality. I think '17 was the last year Honda offered a manual HR-V. It would be great if there were still SUV/CUV with sticks, but I get it, only the rare few folks would get one.

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  7. Is it electric? Oh, it’s NOT? Then why are we even talking about it? News flash: ICE cars are DEAD. EV Cars are where it’s at. If Honda, Toyota don’t go all in on Electric Vehicles then they are going to find themselves out of business! Along with many others.

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  8. Death Trap, watch the IIHS test, all of them. This little tin can gets devastated in a side impact. the entire B-pillar rams through and into the driver, gets a very poor rating.

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