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The 2020 Honda HR-V Crossover is Designed Around Practicality

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The 2020 Honda HR-V Crossover is Designed Around Practicality

Many car shoppers near Southfield and Westland are looking for cars that can wear many hats. They need versatility that can handle a wide variety of activities and driving needs. That's exactly what the 2020 Honda HR-V was designed for. This flexible crossover has everything you need, from a confident powertrain to impressive cargo flexibility.

Design and Features

The 2020 HR-V has been designed for versatility. From its flexible cargo space to ergonomic cabin design, this compact crossover tends to the common and varying needs of modern drivers.

Up front, the 2020 HR-V gets the kind of quality features and design that drivers want. A simple gauge cluster, easily reachable button controls, and bolstered seats all play in the crossover's favor. Options like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, automatic climate control, and heated seats add more comfort to the mix.

Honda designed the 2020 HR-V with great utility as well. Its distinct Magic Seat® design means you can reconfigure the rear seats into a variety of cargo combinations. Folding all the rear seats down makes a flat loading area, while folding down the front passenger seat makes space for items up to eight-feet long. You can even fold the seats up to accommodate tall items.

Well-Rounded Performance

With the new 2020 HR-V, Honda aimed for well-rounded and confident performance. That's evidenced by the model's engineering choices. Pop the hood and you'll find a standard 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. All models come standard with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) featuring Dual-Mode Paddle Shifters. Drivers have the choice between standard front-wheel drive and available all-wheel drive.

Technology and Safety

Advanced technology is built right into the 2020 Honda HR-V experience. The crossover comes with a range of standard features and options that enhance convenience and safety alike.

You can get the new 2020 Honda HR-V with a variety of media features. A central touchscreen display is easy and intuitive to operate, with a physical volume knob added for simple use. The popular Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration systems are compatible, and a Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System allows for turn-by-turn directions.

The new 2020 Honda HR-V also gets some compelling safety equipment.

  • A Multi-Angle Rearview Mirror makes it easy to see what's around your vehicle.
  • Honda LaneWatch™ lets you know when there are other vehicles in your blind spots.
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System™ automatically employs the brakes when an imminent collision is detected.
  • Road Departure Mitigation System can detect if you start to veer out of your lane without signaling. It can alert you and, when necessary, use braking to keep you in your lane.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control can automatically adjust your speed to maintain a safe distance from other cruising vehicles.
  • Lane Keeping Assist System can adjust steering to keep you from veering out of your lane without signaling.

Test Drive the 2020 Honda HR-V at Suburban Honda in Farmington Hills

The 2020 Honda HR-V is ready to test drive near Livonia and West Bloomfield. Stop by our dealership and we'll get the keys to your favorite new 2020 HR-V model so you can take it out for a spin!

Honda HR-V Against the Competition

The Honda HR-V brings together the best of small SUVs and nimble compact cars. If you're looking for a vehicle that offers a balance of flexible cargo space, impressive fuel efficiency, and spacious comfort, the  HR-V is a great choice. However, it's not the only option out there. The compact crossover market has grown in popularity with competing models like the Subaru Crosstrek and Toyota C-HR. Take a look at our model comparisons to see how the HR-V stacks up against these competitors.

Honda HR-V vs. Subaru Crosstrek

  • Compared to the Crosstrek, the HR-V offers excellent value. The Crosstrek starts nearly $1,300 higher than the Honda. The HR-V also has several more trim level options than the Crosstrek, allowing drivers to get more features they want for less money.
  • There's an efficiency advantage with the HR-V as well. Front-wheel drive models can reach up to 34 mpg highway. The Crosstrek falls just short with a 33-mpg highway rating.
  • If you plan to load up your vehicle with gear, equipment, or other cargo, you may want to choose the HR-V. Its split-folding rear seats mean you'll have up to 58.8 cubic feet of cargo space. You can also fold down the rear seats in the Crosstrek, but you'll only have 51.9 cubic feet of space to work with.

Honda HR-V vs. Toyota C-HR

  • The HR-V far exceeds the C-HR when it comes to cargo capacity. While the C-HR has just 19.0 cubic feet of space behind the second row of seats, the HR-V has 24.3 cubic feet behind the second row. Fold down the rear seats and the HR-V offers up to 58.8 cubic feet of cargo space. The Toyota falls far behind with just 36.4 cubic feet.
  • Fuel efficiency is another area where Honda gets the edge. Equipped with two-wheel drive and the available CVT, the HR-V can get up to 34 mpg highway and 28 mpg city. The C-HR tops out at just 31 mpg highway and 27 mpg city.
  • Both models come with standard front-wheel drive. However, the HR-V gets the advantage of available all-wheel drive. This system can deliver power to any of the four wheels to assist in low-traction scenarios. The C-HR has no such available feature.