Honda HR-V Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
4.5 / 5
There’s little doubt that crossovers are proving to be big business for car manufacturers, many vying for attention with distinctive styling. It’s a trick the Honda HR-V pulls off well, managing to look fresh and different without being particularly divisive.
4 / 5
y concentrating on its road manners, Honda has also created a model which is particularly car-like to drive, which should appeal if you love a crossover's style, but don't want an old-school SUV driving experience.
4 / 5
Diesel is the sensible choice but the petrol is smoother, while the HR-V rides well and is nimble.
4 / 5
Honda might be late to the compact SUV party but its second-generation HR-V delivers a good blend of premium build quality, thoughtful practical features, ample cabin space and a competent driving experience.
3.9 / 5
The Honda HR-V is a crossover with more space than most rivals, lots of equipment and plenty of style.
7 / 10
Not as good to drive as we hoped, but the interior design and space makes up for it. Solid effort.
3.5 / 5
Competent achiever that will find buyers despite its dull, forgettable character.
6 / 10
The Honda HR-V certainly has its appeal, but insist on a longer test drive than normal before committing to purchase to ensure you get on with the firm seats.
3 / 5
The Honda HR-V looks expensive next to its rivals but it offers good interior space, flexible seating and tidy handling.