Ever since it arrived to the subcompact SUV category, HR-V has had the reputation for being a stylish, spacious, tech-heavy crossover that was stingy with its fuel consumption. Newly reimagined, the 2019 Honda HR-V continues to live up to such expectations, and then some.
Versatility is at the heart of every HR-V and it comes in the form of Honda’s 60/40 split 2nd-row Magic Seat®. HR-V welcomes all cargo—both long and tall— hauling everything from bicycles and surfboards to lamps and house plants. For bigger projects, fold down the entire 2nd row for a maximum cargo area of 58.8 cubic feet (2WD models).
While EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings place the 2019 Honda HR-V near the top of its class, drivers may be even more impressed with its laundry list of available features, which now includes the Honda Sensing® driver-assistive suite, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, the HomeLink® Remote System, and Active Noise Cancellation™ (ANC) technology.
HR-V has welcomed new Sport and Touring models to its 2019 lineup, with each trim putting its own spin on the already-stylish crossover.
The HR-V Sport has added a black, honeycomb grille, 18-inch machine-finished alloy wheels with matte black inserts, an exhaust finisher, and gloss black underbody spoilers. The HR-V Touring has a sophisticated presence both inside and out with elements such as 17-inch machine-finished alloy wheels with gloss shark gray inserts, LED fog lights, and body-colored underbody spoilers.
Its interior design is equally aggressive with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear shifter, sport pedals, and dual-mode paddle shifters for a manual-like driving experience.
In addition to being outfitted with all available tech features, the Touring also carries Real Time AWD with Intelligent Control System™ and DeDion rear suspension as standard equipment.
It’s not enough to simply read about the 2019 Honda HR-V. Stop into your nearest Tri-State Honda Dealers location and check out every HR-V trim level today.
Before you buy a new subcompact SUV in Ohio, Kentucky, or West Virginia, compare the 2019 Honda HR-V to the Buick Encore, Jeep Renegade, and Subaru Crosstrek to find out which crossover is the best, long-term investment.
Due to its outstanding combination of quality and value, HR-V helped Honda secure the 2019 Best SUV Brand by U.S. News & World Report.†
2WD: $20,620 (MSRP) | AWD: $22,020 (MSRP)
Features on the LX:
2WD: $22,320 (MSRP) | AWD: $23,720 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the LX:
2WD: $23,820 (MSRP) | AWD: $25,220 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the Sport:
2WD: $25,420 (MSRP) | AWD: $26,820 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the EX:
AWD: $28,640 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the EX-L: