Honda’s foray into the subcompact SUVsegment comes later than its direct rivals. However, the HR-V that is at the forefront of this change is a practical proposition that combines the prowess and antics of a proper SUV and a hatchback. By bringing the best of the two segments, this car tries to be a worthy crossover that deserves our attention
Priced at $19,215, the 2016 HR-V is an all-new model in the brand’s lineup. It is commodious, partly luxurious, and pleases the buyers with its specifications. However, it loses out due to its slow-moving nature that is devoid of an athletic aura. In its segment, the Honda HR-V competes head-on with the likes of the Mazda CX-3, Subaru Crosstrek, and Jeep Renegade.