2017 Honda HR-V – The Compact SUV
Tomorrow, the 2017 Honda HR-V, which is available in three versions – LX, EX and EX-L Navi, will find its way to dealers across the country.
The cheapest version will be priced from $19,365 and it is a two-wheel-drive with a manual transmission with six speeds. It is equipped with the rearview camera and electric parking brake with automatic brake hold, which frees the driver from continuously pressing brakes in traffic. Moreover, it comes with the alloy wheels which are 17 inches, Pandora radio, and Bluetooth.
If, however, you opt for a CVT the price will be at least $20,165 whereas for an all-wheel-drive with the CVT the car costs from $21,465. These prices refer to the LX trim.
The better trim EX is, of course, more expensive than the base one, but it also comes with the improved equipment and more options. So, the starting price for the two-wheel-drive 2017 Honda HR-V EX with the six-speed manual is $21,415 and the highest price for an AWD EX with the CVT is $23,515.
As for the top trim, EX-L Navi, the most affordable version is a two-wheel-drive with the CVT and its starting price is $24,840. The one with the all-wheel-drive has a retailed price of $26,140.
The vehicles provide a variety of safety and features that help the driver. There is Tire Pressure Monitoring, Hill Start Assist, and numerous airbags have been inserted into the cars. The EX and the EX-L Navi have been upgraded with the LaneWatch Display which is not the part of the LX.
2017 Honda HR-V Engine
The engine is the same for all trims and it is a 1.8 liter V4 that produces 141 hp and 127 lb-ft of torque.
Colors of new HT-V 2017
What is new, however, is the color. Instead of the Alabaster Silver, the 2017 HR-V will now have Lunar Silver metallic color.