Design of Honda HR-V
The 2017 Honda HR-V is a five-passenger crossover with the models being the LX, EX and the EX-L Navi. The LX model comes with the usual desired power accessories, Bluetooth phone and streaming audio, cruise control, AC, map lights, a height-adjustable driver seat, 12-Volt Power Outlet (both front / second rows), a configurable 60/40-split folding rear seat, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a 5-inch display screen, a rearview camera, and a four-speaker sound system (& CD player), and an auxiliary USB input. The EX trim really packs it in well with automatic headlights, foglights, heated mirrors, a sunroof, rear privacy glass, keyless entry and ignition, a passenger-side blind-spot camera (Honda’s LaneWatch), a 7-inch touchscreen display, heated front seats, automatic climate control, a six-speaker sound system (with an extra USB port), and integration for smartphones with HondaLink. The more premium EX-L Navi comes with a navigation system that uses voice recognition and has traffic info in real-time, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, roof rails, leather upholstery, and satellite / HD radio. The rear quarters for passengers or cargo are immense within the class; nice to see in a subcompact, certainly. In the FWD versions, there is 24.3 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats and 58.8 cubic feet available when folded. Those back Magic Seat cushions really help it become a versatile space, for the dusty and sharp stuff to ride in the back, while the more fragile and taller items can be put closer up front, where the driver can see them.