Cambridge Centre Honda is proud to present the 2018 Honda HR-V.
Please find all details and specifications below!
The HR-V is ready to pack in all the adventure you can handle. Along with a sporty, fun ride, you get the ability to bring it all while you do it all. Inside, it’s full of tech features like Display Audio System, an available 180-watt audio system, and available Forward Collision Warning system. There’s also added confidence behind the wheel thanks to available Real Time AWD.™ It may look like a medium outside, but it’ll feel more like a large once you get in. It reconfigures in various ways to help fit your stuff. And if you’re bringing friends along, they won’t have to feel cramped. No matter how good the HR-V looks on paper, it looks even better on the road.
The HR-V never sacrifices style for comfort. On cold days, the heated front seats keep chattering teeth to a minimum. If you and your passenger can never agree on the perfect temperature, then don’t. The available dual-zone climate control lets you both have it your way. The available proximity key entry system and pushbutton start offer next-level convenience, while the available leather-trimmed seating surfaces add more than a touch of class. It’s a big, wide world in here. Buckle up and enjoy it.
Solid on safety. Using a camera behind the rearview mirror, the available Lane Departure Warning system is designed to monitor vehicle lane position and alert you if your vehicle drifts into a new lane when you haven’t signaled. The available Forward Collision Warning system uses an onboard camera designed to detect the presence of vehicles in front of you and issue alerts if you’re approaching with too much speed. When you take your foot off the brake, the Hill Start Assist is engineered to temporarily maintain brake pressure to help prevent your HR-V from starting to roll backwards when stopped on an incline.
The available Real Time AWD™ keeps your confidence levels high, in practically any conditions. The 1.8-litre, i-VTEC® 4-cylinder engine comes with a manual transmission (MT) for the more hands-on, or an available continuously variable transmission (CVT) can do some of the thinking for you. If you thought it was a dream to have a spirited drive and practicality, then things just got real.
The Display Audio System with HondaLink™ Next Generation is the centre of entertainment of the HR-V. From your podcasts to playlists to audio books, your entertainment for the road is along for the ride. You’re also just a tap, pinch or swipe away from all your audio and display settings. The available 180-watt audio system with 6 speakers fills your HR-V with warm, bright acoustics. Team it with available SiriusXM™ to discover new music, follow your favourite teams on the road or catch up on that shock jock you love.
The HR-V is also designed to take the guesswork out of driving. The available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ helps you plan your route turn-by-turn, while the available Honda LaneWatch™ blind spot display lets you see what’s happening in your blind spot as it happens. And with the multi-angle rearview camera, you get a live feed of everything going on behind you from three different angles. From front to back, the HR-V has the tech to help keep everyone on board connected, in control, and happy.
- Display Audio System with HondaLink™ Next Generation and Honda Satellite Linked Navigation System™
- Multi-angle rear-view camera with dynamic guidelines
- 180-watt audio system with 6 speakers
- Honda LaneWatch™ blind spot display
- HandsFreeLink™-bilingual Bluetooth® wireless mobile phone interface.
- Proximity key entry system with push button start
The HR-V has plenty of room for virtually everything, except compromise. The HR-V folds down,
folds up or reconfigures so you can just pack and go.
You’ll be asking the question, “Will it fit?” a lot less with the HR-V. With the rear seats down,
you’ll get up to 1,665 litres of cargo space to lay awkwardly-shaped or tall objects flat.
People watching you unload the HR-V might just start believing in magic. If you’re loading up
material for that DIY project, or just got a deal on a small kayak, you’re in luck. The front and
rear passenger seats fold back to make storing long cargo a little smoother.
Sometimes, it’s better to stand it up than lay it flat. Flip up the rear seats to create a taller,
more forgiving stowage area.** Say yes to awkwardly-sized flat pack furniture boxes or that
big cactus that even you won’t be able to kill.
2018 HR-V. It’s a big, wide world in here. Buckle up and enjoy it