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The new Honda HR-V SUV was one of the stars on Honda's stand at Paris Motor Show 2014.
If you're looking for a car more spacious than the Civic but not as large as the CR-V then this is the perfect compromise. Back in 1999 when the first HR-V was produced it was the first of it's find and practically made the small crossover section which is now one of the fastest growing sections in the UK market.
The new HR-V design focused on giving the car a dynamic coupe look, but making in it "tough". The sophisticated interior of the new HR-V gives the driver a 480 litre boot capacity, a 7 inch screen display and touch panel automatic air conditioning. The HR-V is also fitted with a variety of safety features including, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Intelligent Speed Limiter, Traffic Sign Recognition, and city-brake Active Assist.
A quirky new crossover with class leading space including the Honda Magic Seat folding feature of the rear seat for extra tall items and cars long mode allowing for the carrying of items up to 8ft long making it truely versatile for you and the family. With a length of 4,295mm this makes the the Honda the new leader in it's class for size. The HR-V SUV has hidden rear door handles which create the illusion of the car being a sporty three door rather than the practical five door it actually is.
The new HR-V will come with the option to choose between Honda's 1.6-litre diesel and 1.5-litre petrol engines, with 118 and 128bhp respectively, both will come with a manual gearbox plus a petrol auto option. This Honda HR-V is packed full of practical technology which help to make driving a breeze including, multiangle rearview cameras, heated side mirrors, Bluetooth hands-free link and the Honda Lane Watch system giving you greater motorway saftey.