The Seductive New 2016 Honda HR-V
April 25 2016, The Honda Way
We are very proud to have in our showroom the all-new 2016 Honda HR-V, a car lover-magnet if there ever was one and an SUV that will seduce you inside and out. Its cutting-edge comfort, technology and safety features place it out in front of all competitors in its segment, and it is no exaggeration to say it is a truly unique vehicle on the market today.
First-Class Cargo Space
The new Honda HR-V stands out first of all by the sheer versatility of the cargo space it offers. Namely, three different seating configurations are possible, with a foldable 60/40 MagicSeat row of seats particularly handy for giving you the option of lugging oversize gear. With seats down, the new HR-V offers up to 1,665 litres of cargo room (in the 2WD EX and LX versions). And if you arrive at your HR-V with arms loaded, no need to put your stuff down to dig out your keys: the available proximity key entry system recognizes your key and only yours, so all you need to do is open the door and press the starter button to get going.
Among the many attractive features in the 2016 Honda HR-V, particularly appreciated is the ergonomic and ear-pleasing display audio system with HondaLink Next Generation, heated front seats and a multi-angle backup camera with a dynamic display. What's more, Honda offers in certain models a lane departure warning and frontal collision alert systems, as well as the Lane Watch blind spot display.
Want to make sure every occupant of your vehicle is equally comfortable? The Honda HR-V offers for 2016 an available dual-zone automatic climate control system that also offers air filtration technology. Also available to make your ride even that much more amazing is the available one-touch power moonroof with tilt feature that brings more of the great outdoors into your car.
Adapted to Canada
Next winter you will simply love what Honda added to keep your vision clear and secure in harsh conditions. The body-coloured heated power side-view mirrors remove and keep off excess snow and ice to keep your line of sight clear, automatically. The mirror, by the way, is an expanded-view version giving the driver a wider angle of sight of what's beside the vehicle.