The 2021 Honda HR-V might be one of the smallest crossovers you have seen from Honda. It’s size doesn’t mean much next to its capability and features, however. The Honda HR-V is classed as a subcompact crossover SUV, but it makes wise use of the space available on its nimble frame.
The 2021 model year of the Honda HR-V is almost unchanged from the 2020 model year, but it still looks fresh and has the technology most expect out of a vehicle built after 2015. To get into the specifics, refer to the chart below. This chart highlights some of the most important mechanical traits and available features owners can enjoy when choosing the right trim level.
|1.8L Inline 4-Cylinder Engine
||Collision Mitigation Braking System™
||6-Speaker, 180-Watt Audio Output Sound System|
|Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
||Road Departure Mitigation System
||USB Audio Input with External Media Control|
|Available All-Wheel Drive
||Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keeping Assist
||Single Zone Front Climate Control|
|141 Horsepower, 127 lb-ft of Torque
||Pre- and Post-Collision Safety System
The size of the Honda HR-V means it isn’t for everyone, but it is almost ideal for small families, short and medium drivers, and anyone who just wants more cargo space than a subcompact sedan can carry. The vehicle is filled with technology and safety features, even at its most basic level. Compared to other subcompact crossovers, the HR-V has one of the best exteriors as well, making it a frontrunner for any shopper interested in the class.