Honda Cars PH launches all-new HR-V, priced from P1.25-M

All-new Honda HR-V

Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) has officially launched the latest version of its subcompact sport utility vehicle (SUV) offering, HR-V.


  • What powers the all-new Honda HR-V?

    The vehicle is offered with 1.5-liter engines, either with or without turbo.
  • How much is the all-new Honda HR-V?

    The all-new HR-V is priced at P1.25 million (S CVT) and P1.598 million (V Turbo CVT).
  • The all-new Honda HR-V replaces its predecessor that has sold more than 7,000 units since it was introduced locally in 2015. Globally, the model has sold around 3.5 million units to buyers as of December last year.

    Developed with the grand concept “Amp Up Your Life”, the all-new Honda HR-V is said to offer sleek, premium and sporty design, fun-to-drive performance, as well as generous space  based on three core values:

    • Pleasure (enjoyable) - A pleasurable experience that appeals to all the senses and occupants;
    • Confidence (reliable) - To drive with ease and safety, giving peace of mind and exudes power;
    • Aesthetics (in-style) – Sleek and elegant look, strong presence that is also attractive, beauty that enhances style.

    All-new Honda HR-V

    As mentioned in an earlier article, the all-new Honda HR-V will be offered in two variations: the  S CVT and Turbo V CVT.

    Up front, the all-new Honda HR-V sports aggressive features and athletic details, thanks to the mesh type grille fitted on the top-of-the-line variant or a black bar type grille for the base trim flanked by newly shaped headlights and fog lamps. Apart from that, the range-topping offering has a sport type bumper with the Amp Up Line design for additional flair.
    All-new Honda HR-V

    The crossover’s side showcases a coupe-like-profile, with its sloping roofline and rear door handles that are well-integrated into the C-pillar. It also flaunts ample black cladding and sits on 17-inch alloys (either on gray for S CVT or black and silver color for V CVT Turbo) wrapped in 215/60 tires.

    At the rear, the vehicle wears an LED taillight bar and the higher trim comes with dual tailpipes with finishers.

    On the inside, the all-new HR-V is tailored with with either leather upholstery (for V Turbo CVT) or fabric seats (for S CVT).

    All-new Honda HR-V

    Honda’s newly unveiled subcompact SUV is fitted with the following features:

    • Eight-inch touchscreen display (Android Auto and Apple CarPlay-ready) audio paired with a six-speaker sound system
    • Push-start system
    • Steering wheel-mounted audio controls
    • Single-zone automatic climate control with rear air vents and the new air diffusion system
    • Remote engine start function 

    The all-new Honda HR-V boasts ULT seats that have three adjustable modes:

    • Utility Mode - The two rear seats can be folded flatly to increase cargo space
    • Long Mode - Folding front and rear seats for a lengthy space
    • Tall Mode – rear seats can be tipped up for more vertical space

    Further, the model comes in two powertrain options — the 1.5-liter double overhead cam i-VTEC engine that can be found on the entry-level option (which can produce 119 horses and 145Nm of pulling power) and the 1.5-liter VTEC Turbo engine (set to provide up to 175hp and 240Nm) in the Turbo V. Both mills are matched to a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).

    The all-new HR-V has three driving modes to suit the driver’s preference:

    • ECON Mode – optimizing the operation of the engine to align with driving style to maximize fuel efficiency.
    • Normal Mode – used for general and daily driving.
    • Sport Mode (for V Turbo CVT only) – the car’s engine accelerates more readily for more fun and enjoyment when driving.

    All-new Honda HR-V

    Moreover, the vehicle comes with Honda Sensing suite of safety features as standard such as the following:

    • Collision mitigation braking system
    • Adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow
    • Lane keeping assist system
    • Road departure mitigation system with lane departure warning
    • Auto high-beam
    • Lead car departure notification system

    Further, the all-new Honda HR-V utilizes a camera with a wider field of view with improved software for its Honda Sensing system — the same system that can be found in the  11th-generation Civic.

    All-new Honda HR-V

    Additional standard technologies found in the all-new Honda HR-V are the smart keyless entry, security alarm and immobilizer, all-passenger seatbelt reminder, front and side airbags, speed-sensing door locks, ISOFIX child seat anchors, rear seat reminder, anti-lock braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution, vehicle stability assist (VSA), hill start assist and hill descent control (HDC).

    Available in four body color options namely, Ignite Red Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Premium Opal White Silver Pearl (new color; exclusive for V Turbo CVT), and Meteoroid Gray Metallic, the pricing for the all-new HR-V starts at P1.25 million for the S CVT while the V Turbo CVT is pegged at P1.598 million.

    Photos from Roy Robles

    Also read:

    Honda US teases all-new HR-V

    All-new Honda HR-V hits virtual showroom in UK

    Honda to introduce new ‘breezy’ A/C on hybrid HR-V

    Explore Honda HR-V

    • HR-V Front angle low view
    • Honda HR-V Front Side View
    • HR-V Rear angle view
    • HR-V Headlight
    • HR-V Tail light
    • HR-V Wheel
    • HR-V Front Fog Lamp
    • HR-V Door handle
    • HR-V Grille View
    • Honda HR-V Drivers Side Mirror Front Angle
    • Exhaust Pipe of Honda HR-V
    • HR-V Spoiler
    Honda HR-V
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