After being dropped in 2006, the HR-V made a great return in 2015 - sporting a new design and plenty of up to date technology. It also incorporates clever features of other Hondas, such as the ‘Magic Seats’ and the Sensing safety features.


As with other Honda models, the HR-V’s cabin comes with a simple layout, with all features falling easily to hand. All the screens and read-outs are clear to read and the space on offer is impressive considering the HR-V’s compact dimensions.


Following on from the squared-off first generation, the latest offering is more futuristic and comes with great styling touches. A low-slung roofline, a rounded rear-end and metallic details all add to the look - while the Sport model comes with a darker aesthetic.


With the HR-V, customers get the choice of a 1.5-litre petrol and a 1.6-litre diesel - with the petrol offered with a six-speed manual or a CVT transmission. The turbocharged petrol in the HR-V Sport can also be teamed with the manual and CVT gearboxes - both making the model great to drive.

Safety and technology

The HR-V comes with front and rear parking sensors, a seven-inch touchscreen and a suite of safety systems, such as forward collision warning, traffic sign recognition and lane departure warning. Parking sensors are also included.

The HR-V offers customers quality crossover styling and practicality, and if it tickles your fancy, why not talk to your nearest Yeomans Honda dealer? By calling or filling out an online form, you’ll be able to get in touch and ask any questions you might have.