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Honda is ready to take on the burgeoning compact crossover segment with the 2016 Honda HR-V, which will start at $19,995 including destination. The sub-$20k starting price will keep the HR-V competitive with other players like the $18,990 Jeep Renegade, while undercutting the segment veteran Nissan Juke by slightly more than $1,000. The base 2016 Honda HR-V LX includes a standard backup camera, Bluetooth, and a USB port, but lacks the touchscreen available on higher trim levels. It costs $800 to opt for the continuously variable transmission, but the total price of $20,875 also yields better fuel economy: 28/35 mpg city/highway versus 25/34 mpg for the manual HR-V. For all-wheel drive you’ll have to tick the box for the CVT, and pony up an additional $1,250. All-wheel-drive models of the 2016 Honda HR-V return 27/32 mpg city/highway.
2016 Honda HR V EX FWD Side Profile In Motion
The 2016 Honda HR-V EX starts at $22,045 with a six-speed manual and front-wheel drive. Mirroring the equipment tiers from the smaller Fit on which the crossover is based, the HR-V EX adds Honda LaneWatch, push-button start, and a 7-inch touchscreen display with Pandora capability. As in the lower LX trim, it costs $800 for a CVT and an additional $1,250 for all-wheel drive. For the top trim EX-L version of the 2016 Honda HR-V, you’ll get leather-trimmed, heated front seats, heated side mirrors, shift paddles, navigation, and satellite radio. Pricing for the generously loaded EX-L starts at $25,470 including destination, or $26,720 with all-wheel drive. All versions of the 2016 Honda HR-V use the 1.8-liter, 141-hp inline-four engine from the Civic. Positioned between the Fit hatchback and larger CR-V crossover, look for the goldilocks HR-V to hit showrooms in May.
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