Honda HR-V Expected Launch Date
Honda has unveiled the Honda HR-V, an all-new SUV based on the Civic's underpinnings. It is expected to launch in the latter half of 2022 in India. Honda's new design tenet will be followed in terms of design and appearance. The Honda HR-V
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Honda HR-V Price:
The HR-V is expected to be less expensive than the Civic, with a price range of Rs 12-16 lakhs.
Honda HR-V Features:
The Honda HR-V features a big octagonal grille with an S-shaped mesh design, as well as a more visible and aggressive bumper with what appear to be artificial inlets at each corner. Instead of rounded components, the headlamps are a bit larger and squarer. The HR-V retains its classic rounded shape on the sides and is longer, with a redesigned rear door and more cargo space. The back appearance is also distinct, with a wider tailgate and substantially larger wraparound tail light units. The SUV's rear bumper is also beefier, with visible black cladding to give it a more rough appearance. The CR-V is said to have influenced the styling of the dual-tone interiors. In terms of features, the Honda HR-V is expected to contain Honda's DIGIPAD infotainment system, which is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, among others. Multiple airbags, anti-lock brakes, electronic brakeforce distribution, rear parking camera, rear parking sensors, immobiliser, and other technical aids are among the notable safety features that could be provided with the India-spec HR-V.
Honda HR-V Performance:
In terms of powertrain options, the HR-V could get the same 1.8-litre petrol engine that powers the new Civic, paired with a CVT transmission alone. There will also be a diesel engine, based on the 120hp 1.6-litre from the CR-V. All of the engines will meet the new BS-VI emission standards.
Honda HR-V Capacity:
The Honda HR-V, which will be sold in India, is believed to have a five-seat interior. It has a fuel capacity of 60-litres and boasts a boot space of 335-litres.
Honda HR-V Rivals:
The Honda HR-V is a mid-size SUV that will compete with Hyundai's Creta, Nissan's Kicks, and Renault's Duster.