2017 HONDA HR-V (RHD) Best



Seller type Dealer: Used
Transmission Continuous Variable

Body type SUV, 4 Doors, 5 Seats
Drive type Front Wheel Drive
Engine 4 cyl, 1.8 L




Seller type Dealer: Used
Transmission Continuous Variable
Body type SUV, 4 Doors, 5 Seats
Drive type Front Wheel Drive
Engine 4 cyl, 1.8 L

Fuel consumption 6.90 L / 100 km
Colour ext / int White / –
Registration DHP65H
Rego expiry 29 Jun 2023
VIN MRHRU5850GP061667

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The 2017 Honda HR-V entered the market last year and has already cemented its standing as the segment’s practicality-oriented choice early on thanks to Honda’s almost religious devotion to interior packaging.

But although the 2017 HONDA HR-V has more interior flexibility than its rivals, it lacks some key safety tech. We’ve given it a score of 6.8 out of 10. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

For 2017, the HR-V returns essentially unchanged from last year and continues to be available in LX, EX, and EX-L trim levels with a choice of front- or all-wheel drive and, depending on configuration, either a 6-speed manual transmission or a CVT.

The 2017 HONDA HR-V marked a new entry into the subcompact segment for Honda, where it sits below the automaker’s hugely popular CR-V in order to take on the Mazda CX-3, Chevrolet Trax, and Jeep Renegade. At its core, the 2017 honda hr v is a Honda Fit with a taller body, but there are some distinct differences. The 2017 HONDA HR-V offers all-wheel drive and has an interior outfitted with nicer materials and more features.

Honda HR-V styling and performance

The Honda HR-V stands out from its rivals starting at its nose, where the stubby crossover wears a front fascia akin to that of the current CR-V. Beyond that, the HR-V wears playful, jazzy shape with a roofline arched for increased head room, pronounced front fenders, and bulging sheet metal that extends from its rear down its side, beneath its hidden rear door handles.

2017 Honda HR-V
All 2017 honda hr v’s ride on attractive 17-inch alloy wheels, albeit with relatively low profile tires.

Inside, the 2017 honda hr v is simply nicer than its Honda Fit sibling, thanks to additional sound deadening, higher-quality materials, and closer attention paid to finer details. Honda’s infamous dual-screen infotainment system won’t be found here—and we’re just fine with that.

Unfortunately, the 2017 HONDA HR-V’s merely adequate acceleration doesn’t mimic its exuberant styling, offering little of the fun-to-drive nature we’ve come accustomed to from Honda. Blame that on a drivetrain derived from the one used in the subcompact Fit, though it does return stellar fuel efficiency.

2020 HONDA HR-V (RHD) Unlimited2020 HONDA HR-V (RHD)2020 Honda HR-V UnlimitedThe 1.8-liter inline-4 produces 141 horsepower sent through either a continuously variable transmission (CVT) or a six-speed manual—the latter available only on front-drive LX and EX models. While not a heart-pounding, high-revving mill, the 1.8 liter is strong enough to merge you onto the highway safely.

Ride quality takes priority over flat cornering, but the 2017 HONDA HR-V2020 HONDA HR-V (RHD) Unlimited2020 HONDA HR-V (RHD)2020 Honda HR-V Unlimited is nonetheless sufficiently confident and balanced—just how most users will probably want it.

Tuned for the everyday challenge of the daily commute, the HR-V sports relaxed steering and its suspension keeps body roll under control, even on roads suffering from differed maintenance.

2017 honda hr v comfort, quality, and features

The 2017 honda hr v is the current king of utility and comfort among subcompact crossovers, crucial factors for buyers in the market for a “lifestyle” vehicle.

It’s the roomiest vehicle in its class, with a vast 100-plus cubic feet of cabin space on the base-model LX trim (going up to EX and EX-L trims drops that number to 96.1 cubic feet). Additionally, front and rear seat comfort is fantastic and adults are gifted especially excellent head and leg room in the rear considering this diminutive ‘ute’s dimensions.

Like it’s little brother, the 2017 honda hr v comes with Honda’s signature “Magic Seat,” a trick solution that allows the second-row seat to fold and flip to provide multiple seating and storage configurations.

Honda specs the 2017 honda hr v at 24.3 cubes of storage behind upright second-row seats and 58.8 cubic feet of storage space with the second row flat—but with Magic Seat, the HR-V far more flexible than any rival.

2017 Honda HR-V EX 2WD Manual Angular Front Exterior View
On the safety front, the federal government gives the 2017 honda hr v a five-star rating overall, but results are mixed from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).

Still, Honda’s smallest utility comes with a rearview camera, tire pressure monitoring, traction control, and a host of airbags as standard kit; Honda’s nifty LaneWatch sideview camera system is an optional extra. Unfortunately, buyers clamoring for blind-spot monitors, automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control will have to look elsewhere as they’re not offered on the 2017 honda hr v.

From the base-model LX, the EX trim adds a decent infotainment system, heated seats, and Honda’s unique LaneWatch system that displays the vehicle’s blind spot on its center screen when the right turn signal is activated. The EX-L adds leather and navigation, but its price tag comes perilously close to a lower-spec CR-V.

The2017 honda hr v scores its best fuel economy when the 1.8-liter four-cylinder is teamed with the continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive, returning a best-in-class 28 city/35 highway/31 combined mpg. All-wheel-drive models see those ratings diminish to 27/32/29 mpg.


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