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Honda HR-V

Honda HR-V (Japan, 2015-present)

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Honda unveiled the second generation HR-V in 2014 at the Paris Motor Show. The HR-V marks the return of a nameplate that has been off the market for eight years and is a model that has already been released in Japan and other Asian markets as Vezel.

The model uses a platform similar to the one used in the ninth generation of Civic and also being used in the third generation Jazz.

A key feature of this platform is that the fuel tank is placed under the front seats which can increase the use of space and passenger comfort. It is expected that the HR-V a larger boot space than some of its rivals, such as the Nissan Juke. Further, the HR-V also includes Honda Magic Seats technology that allows different combinations of seating arrangements, depending on needs.

In terms of design the HR-V presents some coupé characteristics, with dynamic and creased lines. This silhouette gives it a more sporty look, as commonly seen in this segment.



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