The Honda HR-V is a subcompact crossover SUV produced by Honda spanning two generations. The first generation HR-V was based on the Honda Logo and sold in Japan and selective Asia-Pacific markets between 1999 and 2006. The second generation HR-V was based on third-generation Honda Fit and went on sale in North America, Australia, Brazil, and selective Asian markets in 2015. The second generation HR-V was largely identical to the JDM Vezel which went on sale in late 2013.
The abbreviation HR-V, according to Honda's HR-V history website, officially stands for Hi-rider Revolutionary Vehicle, while the other stands for Hip and Smart Runabout Vehicle. The HR-V was introduced to cater for the demand for vehicles with the benefits of SUVs (in particular its larger cousin CR-V), such as increased cargo room and higher visibility, along with the manoeuvrability, performance and fuel economy of a smaller car.
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Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission.
1.6 (97 cui)
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Performance 77 kW (105 PS) at 6200 rpm. Torque 138 Nm (102 ft/lb) at 3400 rpm. Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine 1 590 ccm (97 cui), 4-cylinder, In-Line, 16-valves, D16W1.
Performance 91 kW (124 PS) . Torque 143 Nm (105 ft/lb) . Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine In-Line.