New Honda HR-V Hybrid 2022 Test Drive POV



New Honda HR-V Hybrid 2022 Test Drive POV.

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Version “Advance Style”
Price: 44.500 $
1.5 i-MMD | 4 Cy.Inline
131 HP | 253 NM
Consumption: 5.4 l/100 km
CO2 emissions : 122 g/km
Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h: 10.6 sec
Top speed: 171 km/h
Trunk space : 319 l – 1305 l
Fuel tank capacity: 40 l
Length: 4340 mm
Width: 1790 mm
Width with mirrors folded: 1866 mm
Width including mirrors: 2028 mm
Height: 1582 mm
Wheelbase: 2610 mm
Turning circle : 11.3 m
Ground clearance:188 mm
Front suspension: Independent type McPherson
Front brakes: Ventilated discs, 293 mm
Rear brakes: Disc, 282 mm

The all-new HR-V has a contemporary coupe-SUV body that appeals through the simplicity of its design, while its exceptionally spacious and versatile interior is more user-oriented and comfortable to sit in. This compelling combination owes much to Honda’s compact, integrated powertrain technology and the centre fuel tank layout. The result is class-leading interior space, as well as unrivalled flexibility thanks to the versatile Magic Seats that offer both β€˜fold-flat or β€˜flip-up’ options depending on the cargo space required.

As with the exterior, the spacious interior has a solid, premium SUV feel, but with contemporary fabrics and soft-touch materials. The modern, minimalist aesthetic is created by the horizontal sweep of the instrument panel and uncluttered lines and surfaces throughout. The feeling of airiness and space is elevated by a new air diffusion system that creates a curtain of fresh air beside and above passengers, flowing from unique L-shaped vents positioned in the top corners of the dashboard.

Featuring the most comprehensive suite of advanced safety features and driver aids in its class, the Honda HR-V is fitted with active and passive Honda safety technologies designed to make driving both easier and safer.

The e:HEV powertrain consists of two compact, powerful electric motors that work alongside an Atkinson-cycle 1.5-litre DOHC i-VTEC petrol engine, a lithium-ion battery and an innovative fixed-gear transmission coupled to a power control unit. The system benefits from advancements made over 20 years of hybrid development in Honda road cars and in Formula 1.
For its installation in the HR-V, the e:HEV’s power is boosted from 109PS as found in the Jazz, to a total power output of 96kW (131PS) and 253Nm of torque.

The e:HEV system in the HR-V is more compact than in the Jazz, and has a higher degree of energy density that enables it to generate greater torque. The number of cells in the battery has been increased by 25%, allowing greater storage and deployment of electric power over the 80kW Jazz, with the power control unit (PCU) now downsized and integrated into the engine compartment, and water cooled instead of air cooled, for improved heat management.

The effect is an effortless and comfortable journey, whether travelling through urban areas or cruising at high speed on motorways. The HR-V produces CO2 emissions from 122 g/km (WLTP), returns fuel economy of 5.4l /100km (WLTP), and accelerates from standstill to 62mph / 100km/h in 10.6 seconds.

What sets the e:HEV system apart is how its three drive modes seamlessly interchange to ensure optimum performance of each component in both urban and motorway driving. The intelligent Electronic Control Unit automatically, and constantly, cycles between Electric Drive, Hybrid Drive or Engine Drive depending on which is the most fuel-efficient drive mode at that specific driving situation.

When driving at a constant high-speed, such as on the highway, the system operates on engine drive as that is the most efficient for that scenario. If further acceleration is required, such as when overtaking, the car will switch to hybrid drive for that additional performance boost. Additionally, when in Hybrid Drive, power from the petrol engine-driven generator can be diverted to recharge the battery, offering additional efficiency benefits.

β€˜Sport’ mode can be activated via the drive selector, enabling even sharper throttle response, whilst β€˜Econ’ mode adjusts the air conditioning system and throttle response for an emphasis on fuel efficiency. In addition to β€˜Normal’ mode, where the car is best balanced between both worlds, drivers can switch across all driving modes at the toggle of a switch.

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17 thoughts on “New Honda HR-V Hybrid 2022 Test Drive POV”

  1. I found this model a little bit dated regarding interior design, looks like a 2015… and its a shame because the line is great!!

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  2. This Honda, the new Sportage and Tucson are the same price here in Spain. I want to buy one of them. What you think which one offer more comfort?

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  3. Thanks for the Test Drive, it looks very smooth and clean and minimal this car! Do you think the noise from the engine during acceleration will be very annoying in daily driving? How is the general sound isolation on a motorway (if you know) at 130 km/h?

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  4. Great car. Very smart looking outside. Classy and not overstyled like some other SUV's. Interior reminds me a bit of a Mazda and that's a good thing.

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  5. Congratulations for your channel Dan. I have a question regarding the battery charge of this HR-V. What is the most efficient way to recover energy?

    1. Stepping on the brake and using regenerative braking (without actually using the mechanical brakes).

    2. Using the steering wheel paddles to slow down when releasing the accelerator pedal. (as an engine brake)

    3. Use both techniques simultaneously.

    Thanks in advance.

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  6. What i love about the interior is that it looks modern but hasn’t given up ease of use for looking like a spaceship. And no glossy plastic in touch parts or lack of dials

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  7. i would be happy if 2023 CRV redesigned interior looks like this, i would be happy. Looks like Honda is using the same interior on Civic, HRV etc,

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