It might be getting long in the tooth, but a late-life update has added some modern relevance to the Honda HR-V.
Even in top-spec guise, the HR-V is outclassed by competitors on almost all fronts bar one – its ingenious use of its compact cabin space.
The Honda HR-V isn't the sexiest compact crossover going around, but it has plenty to offer practical buyers.
Is a mild update enough to keep Honda's HR-V relevant amongst a bunch of eager competitors?
Honda’s HR-V remains the best small crossover on sale if your priority is finding maximum interior space within minimal exterior dimensions. It won’t make your pulse race, but it’s a master of unpretentious utility.
Controversy rears its head yet again as Honda applies RS badges to another mainstream model, but is image enough to warrant the Honda HR-V’s claim to sporty fame?
The Honda HR-V VTi-S remains a fantastic, practical small SUV offering up there with the best in the business.
The Honda HR-V VTi-L has served its term in CarAdvice's long-term fleet. After initially flying under the radar, the HR-V sparked a lot more conversation around the CA office and split opinion among the team.
The Honda HR-V VTi-L continues its residency as a member of the CarAdvice long term fleet.
Our time with the Honda HR-V is underway, the VTi-L is the latest SUV to join the CarAdvice long term fleet.
The Honda HR-V returns. How does it fare against the Qashqai and Trax, and just as importantly will how will it handle the imminent Mazda CX-3?