Thursday, July 9, 2015

2016 Honda HR-V FWD Automatic Tested: Tall Conformity Is a Good Fit

2016 Honda HR-V
-The appeal of the new tiny-crossover format lies in the intersection of a tall seating position, easy-to-park footprint, and all-wheel drive for year-round traction. Yet the explosive sales of the front-drive-only Kia Soul (more than 145,000 found homes last year) indicate that maybe the booster-seat effect and bite-size dimensions are more important than four driven wheels. All this is to say that the two-wheel-drive Honda HR-V reviewed here is a perfectly fine example of the emerging cute-ute breed. READ MORE ››

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