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Compare the 2017 Honda HR-V

2017 Honda HR-V
The Honda HR-V is a sporty subcompact SUV that provides the perfect amount of space, a tall right height, and optimum fuel economy. When compared to other vehicle in its class, including the 2017 Mazda CX-3 and the Nissan JUKE, it’s easy to see why you should get the new 2017 Honda HR-V. With plenty of cargo space, added legroom, and a quiet ride, most prefer the Honda over its competition.

Size and Space
The new HR-V has a wheelbase of 102.8 inches with a total length exceeding 169 inches. Thanks to this added exterior size, the subcompact HR-V has a passenger volume over 100 cubic feet. Meanwhile, the JUKE and CX-3 only manage around 87 cu. ft. of interior space for passengers—significantly less than the Honda. Additionally, the new Honda HR-V comes with seating for five and up to 39.3 inches of rear legroom—about 4 inches more than the competition. If you’re looking for a subcompact SUV that won’t leave you and your passengers squeezed together, the new HR-V is the way to go.

Quiet and Comfortable
According to the experts at US News, the new Honda HR-V comes with the best ride, hands down. That’s because this new model comes with added insulation, noise-reducing glass, and more. The ride is comfortable and quiet, ideal for long trips on the highway. For those looking for the best in comfort and convenience, the new HR-V is truly number one.
 
Stop by Sunny King Honda to test drive the Honda HR-V. Compared to the Mazda CX-3 and the Nissan JUKE, the 2017 HR-V has added interior space, improved comfort, and a quiet ride—three of the most important features for people who drive often. Test drive this model today.
 

2017 Honda HR-V

2017 Mazda CX-3

2017 Nissan Juke

US News & World Report Critics Rating 9.0 8.8 8.1
       
US News & World Report Interior Rating 8.0 7.3 6.6
       
Cargo Volume 24.3 cu. ft. 12.4 cu. ft. 10.5 cu. ft.
       
Pros -Flexible cargo space -Athletic handling -Athletic handling
  -Spacious rear seats -Good safety ratings  
  -Quiet cabin    
       
Cons -The engine power could be stronger -Cramped rear seat -Rough ride quality
       
 
The all-new 2017 Honda HR-V has been impressing everyone. See what automotive journalists and professionals have been saying in their reviews:
  • "If you've been looking for [a] compact car with good gas mileage, a low price, strong resale and reliability ratings plus the ability to tackle deep snow and carry all your toys, the 2017 Honda HR-V subcompact SUV should fit you like a glove."
-- Kelley Blue Book
"No matter which trim you choose, the 2017 Honda HR-V's interior has a pleasant design with decent materials."
 
-- Edmunds

 

"The HR-V is the next star in Honda's lineup. Built on the same platform as the Honda Fit, the HR-V provides solid performance and lots of space. It takes some of the best attributes of the Fit but packages them in much more appealing sheetmetal. From the soft-touch materials and Magic Seat second row to its peppy engine and well-tuned suspension, the HR-V is a great vehicle for a starter family, a single person with pets, or anyone else looking for reliable, stylish, efficient, and fun transportation."

-- Motor Trend (2016)

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