Honda HRV

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In summer of 2015, the model range of Honda is expected emergence of a new Honda HRV compact crossover with a dynamic design that the Japanese manufacturer is positioned as a coupé-like model and promises unprecedented space in the cabin for the segment, thanks to the fuel tank located under the bottom of the central part of the body.

Externally, based on a prototype of Honda Urban SUV, novelty looks pretty stylish, thanks to its short hood and eye-catching embossed front arches and sloping roof with a spoiler on the fifth door and towering to the back of the sidewall folds that gives the car a rapid design. The possibility conquer the roads suggests high seating and black protective moldings on the perimeter of the body of Honda HRV – in the rapids, the wheel arches and under the front and rear bumpers, but the main difference from many segments of competitors lies within, as the automaker has developed, was called the «Magic Seats» convertible rear seat row that in folded completely flat floor allows for the carriage of baggage from the back door to the backs of the front row seats. Under the hood, share the platform with the Jazz compact car from the expected range of fuel-efficient 4-cylinder engines a new family «Earth Dreams», including diesel unit I-DTEC volume of 1.6 liter and 1.5-liter I-VTEC, which transmits torque front driving wheels through a standard set by a manual six-speed transmission. As an additional option, solely for the petrol version is offered continuously variable transmission CVT.

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The premiere of the new Honda HRV was held at the autumn motor show in Paris, for the North American public model will debut at the show Los Angeles in 2014, and in Latin America, the car booked a place of honor at the booth of Auto Show Sao Paulo in 2014, where the crossover from the first quarter of 2015 will be travel on roads with a 1.8-liter SOHC I-VTEC under the hood. Preliminary fuel consumption of Honda HRV figures 1.6-liter diesel 120 hp. consumes 4.0 liters per 100 km and accelerates the crossover from 0 to 100 km/h in 10.1 seconds, and the 130-strong gasoline volume of 1.5 liters of fuel will require5.6 liters per 100 km and performs acceleration from zero to hundred km/h in 10.3-10.9 seconds, depending on the selected transmission.



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