Choosing a subcompact crossover after the year 2020 is a choice that could be inspired by a variety of motives because of how versatile they are. The Honda subcompact crossover is the Honda HR-V. Now in its 2021 model year, the Honda HR-V is available in four trims.
The 2021 Honda HR-V Sport is one of the most popular trims for the model because it has an attractive price without being as simplified as the 2021 Honda HR-V LX. Many young drivers will go for the Sport trim instead of the LX because of its interior technology, and performance-minded drivers will select it for its sportiness. For detailed specifications and available features, refer to the following table.
Interior Technology & Comfort
|1.8L Inline 4-Cylinder Engine||Fog Lights||Two USB Ports|
|Continuously Variable-Speed Transmission||LED Daytime Running Lights||Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob|
|141 Horsepower||Electronic Brake Distribution and Brake Assist||7-Inch Display Audio Touchscreen|
|127 lb-ft of Torque||3-Point Seat Belts for All Seating Positions with Automatic Tensioning System||Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® Connectivity|
Although the trim is named for its appeal to the sporty side, Honda has made sure to offer generous passive and active safety equipment. The full list is far longer than what can be seen in the chart above, and the same is true for its convenience, comfort, and other fun characteristics. The vehicle itself might be small, but the Sport trim uses that space wisely to become a value-focused crossover. The two trims above the Sport are the Honda HR-V EX and the Honda HR-V EX-L.