2019 Honda HR-V Pricing Announced at $20,520
2019 Honda HR-V pricing has finally been announced: it will start at $20,520, excluding a $995 destination and handling charge (adding up to $21,515, if you don’t feel like doing the math).
The small crossover, which was relaunched in 2016 after a decade-long hiatus, is already getting its first major visual makeover and several new interesting features.
Compared to the previous iteration, the new 2019 Honda HR-V boasts a more prominent chrome grille insert and LED headlights, as well as two new trim levels (Sport and Touring) that will come with their own unique designs.
The Sport gets a honeycomb pattern grille, exclusive 18-inch alloy wheels and tires, and a chrome-finished exhaust pipe. The Touring, which tops the range, gets five-element LED fog lights and double-stitched perforated leather seats.
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For 2019, the HR-V finally becomes available with Honda Sensing, a suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies that includes front collision mitigation, adaptive cruise control, and lane keeping assistance.
With its inclusion on the HR-V, Honda Sensing is now offered on every single model in the Honda lineup.
The 2019 Honda HR-V also receives a new infotainment system with a physical volume knob and the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. On the Touring trim, the nav system has been improved and all on trims, the instrument cluster has been redesigned for better clarity.
The subcompact crossover will quieter than before, as well, thanks to extra sound deadening in the fenders and floor and the addition of active noise cancelling on the Sport trim and above.
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