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Review from down under

http://www.drive.com.au/new-car-com...holden-trax-vs-honda-hrv-20150519-ggw4r9.html

Verdict

Holden: The Trax was a segment leader at first, but increased competition hurts its appeal. Though strong on power and poise, it's beginning to be outclassed.
Honda: Blending first grade equipment such as autonomous emergency braking with polished presentation and excellent practicality, the Honda HR-V is tough to beat.
Winner: Honda
 

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And an even better one in Malaysia

http://www.carlist.my/news/2015-honda-hr-v-full-review-its-h-hipster-honda/13240

I like the picture with the flat screen TV in the back seat, when they are in tall mode, because they are only supposed to be transported upright!

And some actual sound data!

Another test was done by driving the HR-V and same set of competing models over simulated rough roads, at 35 km/h with the air-conditioning switched off and the cabin's noise level measured using a Sound Meter app downloadeded on our mobile phones. Granted, this method is not very scientific (different tyres are used) to be conclusive but it is good enough as a reference. The HR-V recorded an average of only 69 dB, 1 dB less than the Tucson, 2 dB less than the Sportage and CX-5 but 3 dB lower than the ASX.
 

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Sounds like Chevy is going to have to go back to the drawing board and give a redesign to the Trax. The HRV is newest and the Trax has been around a little while. It makes sense that the HRV is out in front.
 

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Had a feeling this would happen.

What will make this come to light even more is seeing how sales compare which by my guess will leave the trax in dust!
 
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