Check Out the New 2016 HR-V From Vandergriff Honda
Buy or lease an all-new 2016 Honda HR-V in Arlington and you'll understand why they say great things come in small packages. The newest member of the Honda family, the 2016 HR-V proves that you can do more with less. The brand-spanking-new subcompact SUV offers smart seating and cargo configurations, efficient performance and many of today's wish-list technologies, including the Honda LaneWatch blind-spot monitoring system and multi-angle rearview camera.
Underpinning its design, HR-V utilizes a larger version of the Honda Fit platform. In terms of size, it slots in right above Fit and just below the CR-V, with which it shares its stylish looks - most notably the grille and headlamps. HR-V also shares family ties with the popular Civic, taking on the sedan's 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. When set up on HR-V, the four-cylinder delivers 138 hp and 127 pound-feet of torque.
With an efficient engine and optional continuously variable transmission, the crossover delivers a class-leading 35 mpg highway according to EPA estimates. Autoblog's 2016 Honda HR-V review says the FWD model "outperforms the Nissan Juke, Kia Soul, Chevrolet Trax, Buick Encore... the whole lot" when it comes to highway efficiency (AWD optional).
The 2016 Honda HR-V in Arlington comes in three well-appointed trim levels: LX, EX and EX-L. With over 100 cubic feet of interior space and a clean, uncluttered cabin, which features nice touches like a 7-inch infotainment display, heated front seats and sunroof on upper trims, the 2016 HR-V SUV provides a great balance of intelligent space planning and must-have features.
There are three convenient ways to configure the interior, so 2016 Honda HR-V reviews say owners with active lifestyles won't be restricted when stowing cargo. Like to go antique shopping? Taking your kayak out to the lake? Moving a plant from your home to your office? You can do it all with HR-V, which fits tall, long and wide items in a cinch with a few seat flips. Turn the Magic Seat up in back to access nearly four feet of vertical space. Flip the rear seats down for maximum back-row storage space and the most width, or flip them down along with the front passenger's seat to fit in items up to eight feet long.
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