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http://www.autofreaks.com/reviews/f...ould-buy-a-honda-hr-v-and-not-a-rm100k-sedan/

Nice review.
Reason #2 You could have a party for 5 inside it…
With its slightly elevated driving position and excellent ergonomics, the HR-V is one extremely comfortable SUV to be in. You don’t really feel like you’re driving an SUV actually – hence why I consider it more a Crossover – because the HR-V drives like a car. A commanding all-round view of the outside notwithstanding (quite a feat considering the tapered rear end), it’s the relaxed and fuss-free driving-feel that’s going to win the hearts of its owners. NVH during normal driving is top-notch, and apart from tyre-noise, there’s little which permeates the cabin. Despite not having a rear air-con blower, passengers in the back were able to feel the cooling effect of the a/c, thanks to the five vents up front.
There’s also an insurmountable amount of space in the back, especially when the rear seats are folded flat and the foldable tonneau-cover stowed. Fans of IKEA are going to love the useable cargo carrying capacity of the HR-V, which swallows up pretty much anything you can throw into it, within reason of course.
 

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"Despite not having a rear air-con blower, passengers in the back were able to feel the cooling effect of the a/c, thanks to the five vents up front."

This isn't the case on the US version, is it? Aren't there climate control ducts for the back seat?
 

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I think dual-zone climate applies to Driver / Passenger; that's certainly true in any cars I've been in that have it, though maybe SUVs have front / back zones?

Dual-zone is on the Canadian spec EX/EXL.
 
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