2017 Honda HR-V in Depth: The HR-V’s Flaws and Fine Points

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The quietly stylish HR-V is Honda’s smallest crossover offering and shares much of its mechanicals with the Fit hatchback. Its inventive second-row Magic Seat gives it an edge in cargo volume, and it’s one of the most fuel-efficient vehicles in the segment. It’s not all roses, though: The HR-V has a frustrating infotainment system that is slow to respond, and its driving dynamics won’t win the heart of an enthusiast driver. What you see is what you get: a small SUV that dutifully transports people and things from A to B. READ MORE ››


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