Slotted beneath the best-selling CR-V, the 2020 Honda HRV is one of the best offerings in the subcompact SUV segment, primarily due to its perfect middle-ground approach. It is the jack-of-all-trades, while also being the master of interior space, especially in the rear seats. The performance segment might not be the best with the 141 hp 1.8L Inline-4 engine, but for a starting price of MSRP $20,820, you can't really complain, can you?
Trends are ever-shifting, especially in today's age. The oil crunch has made the general public more appreciative of smaller, more frugal options, and this is where the 2020 HR-V jumps in with its segment-best combined 30 MPG. On the front of the new changes, the 2020 Honda HR-V carries over the same specs and features list as that of the 2019 Atlas, as it was heavily revamped that time around.