2016 Honda HR-V Trim Levels and MPG Emerge

Details such as trim level, starting MSRP and fuel economy have emerged on the highly anticipated 2016 Honda HR-V. We now know that the HR-V will reach up to 35 MPG with MSRP starting less than $20,000.

We also know that it should be at Waikem Honda sometime in May. Our first models have been entered into our inventory, and now that we have learned more, we’re excited to finally see one for ourselves.

The Honda HR-V will come with three trim levels and eight configurations:

LX comes in Front Wheel Drive and All Wheel Drive, with the front wheel drive having both automatic and manual transmission. Starting MSRP for a Honda HR-V LX Manual 2WD is $19,115; in LX CVT 2WD, stating MSRP is $19,915. When equipped with that automatic CVT transmission, the HR-V reaches up to 35 MPG highway.

When it arrives at the dealership, the HR-V expects to a class leader in fuel economy.

Honda also announced the HR-V will have a long list of great standard features. At any trim, you’ll get Bluetooth, backup camera, USB Capabilities and alloy wheels, among many other great features.

Then there is the Honda HR-V EX model, offered in both manual and automatic, Front Wheel Drive and All Wheel Drive. Like the LX, the 2016 Honda HR-V EX CVT 2WD reaches 35 MPG.

The EX model adds a second USB jack, SMS Text Message, heated side mirrors,¬†Pandora capabilities, a 7-inch touchscreen and Honda LaneWatch Display. Honda LaneWatch is one of the innovative safety options on the road today. With a camera on the right side mirror, the Honda HR-V with LaneWatch will show you what’s happening in your blind spot, similar to a backup camera.

Then at its top level, the Honda HR-V EX-L with Navigation adds leather seats, leather steering wheel, Navigation and more.

The Honda HR-V is a brand new model introduced by Honda this year. It’s built on the Honda Fit platform, and it’s nearly as wide and tall as the Honda CR-V SUV, but 10 inches shorter overall.

Like the Fit, the HR-V is going to be known for its cargo capabilities. The second row “magic seat” means you can configure the HR-V to reach up 100 cubic feed of passenger space with 58.8 cubic feet of cargo volume.

We’ll have more details when the first one rolls off the truck in May 2015. So view our online inventory now, and contact us to be the first person to test drive Honda HR-V in Northeast Ohio.¬†

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