There isn't a great deal of choice for range with the Honda HR-V, there is the 1.5 petrol with CVT automatic transmission and the 1.6 litre diesel with the manual gears. Our choice is the diesel as it offers better efficiency and it’s the best for driving.
While there are choices for the trim, we chose the SE; this is thanks to it offering lots of safety equipment along with a good level of infotainment equipment. Anyone requiring sat-nav is going to have to move up to the SE Navi trim, however, that it isn't the easiest navigation system to use thanks to the icons being small.
The SE Navi trim may be considered a bit on the expensive side when you compare it to rivals such as the Skoda Yeti. Another consideration is the fact that the Honda HR-V isn't offered in the four-wheel drive version.
Equipment that comes with the Honda HR-V will depend on the model chosen and may include one touch electric windows, remote closing windows, hill start assistance, automatic windscreen wipers and privacy glass in the back.
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