The HR-V used to be a boring subcompact crossover with an aging design, lackluster acceleration, and pretty much nothing to excite shoppers, but not anymore.
Honda has given its smallest SUV a much-needed, comprehensive redesign to improve its appearance and provide some bragging rights against the intense competition in the small crossover segment. The new HR-V is undeniably more attractive than most of its rivals. It also gets a new powertrain which is like a bit of fresh air when compared to its predecessor, and a new, enhanced interior. The starting MSRP for the 2023 HR-V is $23,800 and could reach $27,900 for the range-topping model. However, shoppers looking to save up can lease the all-new Honda HR-V from VIP Auto Lease for $403 monthly.
Beneath the hood of every 2023 Honda HR-V is a new 2.0-liter naturally-aspirated four-cylinder borrowed from the Honda Civic. The engine churns out 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. It drives the front wheels via a continuously variable transmission, but shoppers can always upgrade to all-wheel drive. The all-new 2023 HR-V gets a sportier chassis and is far more athletic than its predecessor. However, the HR-V only managed to hit 60mph from zero in a not-so-impressive 9.4 seconds.
With front-wheel drive, the HR-V achieves an EPA rating of 26 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway, making it the most fuel-efficient HR-V for 2023. Upgrading to all-wheel drive drops the ratings to 25 mpg city and 32 mpg highway.
The HR-V’s interior is comfortable, versatile, and spacious enough for five adult passengers. It borrows styling cues like the honeycomb-patterned mesh design on its dashboard from the new generation Civic sedan. Asides from the top-tier model that gets a 9.0-inch infotainment display, every other model uses a 7.0-inch touchscreen display that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Other standard features include a four-speaker audio setup, automatic climate control, and push-button start. The top trim adds high-end options like leather seats, ambient lighting, an eight-speaker audio system, heated front seats, etc.
Typical of Honda lease deals, the all-new 2023 HR-V gets an extensive suite of essential safety features. The more advanced driver assistance features are optional. Highlights of the new HR-V include;
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