2017 Honda HR-V UK Review – The 2017 Honda HR-V is your next enjoyable car that you can purchase next year. For your information, this crossover has already tested for 6,000 miles according to some reports. In other words, it has been through long-term test from its automaker Honda. We have to say that HR-V works as best car when it comes to suburban or country roads. Thanks to the large wheels of this crossover like 2017 Honda Neowing Review.
This crossover suits with any weather and track. The 2017 model year offers some fresh updates and paint colors which will be good news for the shoppers. Check out what we got so far for this crossover from our test drive.
2017 Honda HR-V Interior Features
The interior of 2017 Honda HR-V UK Review is our first review after we tested this crossover recently. There are many modern safety features which integrate very well with modern technology. This may be good and the reason why we choose the newest Honda HR-V.
But, we are afraid the driver will be more reliant on the modern feature. Anyway, the blind spot will alert the driver with the cameras properly. However, the display only shows grey blobs when the day is raining or snowing. Overall, the HR-V has a very good integration between one into another interior features.
2017 Honda HR-V Performance
Talking about the performance of the 2017 Honda HR-V UK Review, we are really impressed. The first reason is because its capability to hit extreme weather. Perhaps, the supportive all-wheel drive that we can see on the EX model is the answer. But, we also cannot ignore how tough the tires are of HR-V. As you can see on the pictures, this suggestions car has a set of tires named as Michelin X-Ice 215/55R17 which is set for winter weather.
The AWD system comes to the HR-V’s trim as optional feature which means that you have to match it with CVT transmission. As a result, this crossover also produces 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque.
2017 Honda HR-V Comfort
Last but not least, did we get some comforts when we were driving the new HR-V? The answer is yes we did. Testing this crossover in almost 600 miles, our driver did not make any replacement whereas we made a deal to change the position if he was tired. This is because of the Magic seats of HR-V which is adopted from the Honda Fit. We can tumble and fold the seats as many as we want with ease and fast movement. Moreover, the folded seats offer flat and large cargo space on the back. Overall, the 2017 Honda HR-V UK Review is worth it as high-capability crossover.