The Honda HR-V carries last year’s refresh into the 2020 model year with unique styling, three versatile seating modes, and thoughtful touches throughout. Subcompact only by category, this smaller, crossover SUV boasts class-leading cargo space that delivers big-time results. The 2020 HR-V has a youthful presence that truly modernizes the traditional utility vehicle.
To help you perform better under pressure, Honda’s available, all-wheel drive (AWD) system can send power to all four wheels, helping the HR-V navigate uneven terrain and through Michigan’s inclement weather. Under most circumstances, HR-V operates in front-wheel drive to help increase fuel efficiency, but when the AWD system detects wheel slip, a clutch engages sending torque to the rear wheels, enhancing stability and traction during poor weather, icy conditions, and light off-road use.
Athletic performance deserves an equally strapping exterior and the Sport trim is a game changer. The Sport grille’s black honeycomb pattern adds aggression and attitude to the face of the 2020 HR-V, while sport side sills and 18-inch alloy wheels heighten its already noticeable profile. Sporty style continues in back with a gloss black rear bumper, angular taillights, and LED brake lights that will make you visible on Michigan streets in more ways than one.
Step inside the 2020 Honda HR-V where convenience takes center stage with standard-equipped push button start, electric parking brake, and an intuitive instrument panel that glows electric blue. Upgrade your comfort and connectivity with available features like Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, Honda Sensing®, heated front seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power moonroof, and automatic climate control. No matter what trim level you choose, the HR-V interior was clearly designed to accommodate.
Remaining inside, HR-V provides seating for up to five passengers and a flexible, 2nd-row Magic Seat® which allows for multiple interior configurations to suit your needs perfectly. In Long Mode, the passenger-side front and rear seats fold down to store items up to eight feet long. If you need vertical space, Tall Mode supplies nearly four feet from floor to ceiling. And if you’re transporting long, bulky, and tall items all in the same ride, Utility Mode can provide up to 58.8 cubic feet of cargo space.
Every aspect of the 2020 HR-V has been carefully designed to enhance your drive and make this crossover stand out. From its sporty looks to the versatile interior, nothing else on the road compares to HR-V. See this crossover SUV for yourself with a visit to any Mid-Michigan Honda Dealers location today.
For Michigan shoppers that are searching for a new, subcompact SUV, the side-by-side comparisons listed below will be a useful tool during your car buying process. Click on the links now to see how the 2020 Honda HR-V stacks up against competitors like the Chevrolet Trax, Jeep Renegade, and Subaru Crosstrek.
Honda was named the 2019 Best SUV Brand by U.S. News & World Report* and HR-V played a major role in winning this award. With minimal changes to its core characteristics, this year’s HR-V stands ready for more honors and recognition.
2WD: $20,820 (MSRP) | AWD: $22,320 (MSRP)
Features on the LX:
2WD: $22,520 (MSRP) | AWD: $24,020 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the LX:
2WD: $23,970 (MSRP) | AWD: $25,470 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the Sport:
2WD: $25,570 (MSRP) | AWD: $27,070 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the EX:
AWD: $28,890 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the EX-L: