This is the all-new Honda HR-V, and although the HR-V name has been around since 1999, a lengthy hiatus in the car’s existence means that this is only the third generation of Honda’s smallest SUV.
Being a small SUV, the new car has no shortage of very popular rivals. The Nissan Qashqai, Seat Ateca, VW T-Roc, Ford Puma, Skoda Karoq and Hyundai Kona could all be counted as competitors, along with many, many others, but arguably, the Honda’s closest rival takes the form of the Toyota C-HR. Why? Because like that car, the HR-V comes exclusively as a self-charging hybrid, combining a 1.5-litre petrol engine with two electric motors and a lithium-ion battery to deliver around 130bhp and around 52mpg. And in this CarGurus UK video review, Deputy Editor Ivan Aistrop finds out how Honda’s latest baby SUV stacks up against its rivals.
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0:00 – Introduction to the Honda HR-V
01:10 – Subscribe to CarGurus
01:23 – Styling
01:52 – Practicality
02:36 – The Honda HR-V has a surprise
02:58 – Space in the rear seats
03:37 – In the driver’s seat
04:34 – Infotainment system
05:02 – What is it like to drive?
07:31 – Final thoughts
08:18 – Let us know what you think
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