New Honda 2019 Honda HR-V for Sale in Lincoln, RI
Honda may have found the perfect middle-ground subcompact crossover with the 2019 HR-V, as it offers more passenger volume than the Mazda CX-3 and better fuel economy than either the Chevy Trax or the Jeep Renegade. For drivers seeking a fuel-efficient vehicle that provides utility with good ground clearance and (available) all-wheel drive, the ‘19 HR-V fits the bill. Its 141-horsepower four-cylinder engine makes it economical to drive; models with FWD achieve 28 mpg city and 34 mpg highway, while AWD models get 27 mpg city/31 highway.
Standard Equipment and Trims
The ‘19 HR-V has received a substantial makeover. Both the interior and exterior have been updated, and two new trim levels have been added, the Sport and Touring. Purists will be disappointed to learn that the manual transmission has been discontinued.
The HR-V for 2019 is offered in five trim levels: the LX, Sport, EX, EX-L and Touring. The EX offers exceptional value for its additional features, like automatic climate control, a power moonroof, push-button start, and adaptive cruise control. The top-tier Touring maxes out the amenities with standard AWD, an 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, LED headlights and fog lights, and the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System with Voice Recognition and HD Digital Traffic.
Safety & Technologyy
The NHTSA gave the ‘19 Honda HR-V five out of five stars in their overall crash test rating. A multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines comes standard on all trims, as do stability control and traction control. The available Honda Sensing Suite (standard on EX and above) bundles dynamic safety features and driver-assistive technology such as the Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Mitigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keeping Assist System, and Traffic Sign Recognition.
The Traffic sign recognition feature alerts the driver to posted speed limits and other traffic signs so that they can make proper adjustments. Auto high-beam technology will adjust high beams and low beams automatically for drivers based on speed and surroundings. Honda LaneWatch uses a camera to feed a live look at the vehicle’s blind spot to show vehicles that may be difficult to see.
On the technology side, the Honda HR-V base model offers Bluetooth connectivity, a single USB port, and a 5-inch audio/information display screen. Higher trim levels get a larger 7-inch touchscreen for their infotainment system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability comes standard on all but the base trim. Some other noteworthy available features include a moonroof, remote start, a six-speaker stereo system, a second USB port for device charging, and satellite radio.
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