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So I was wondering about what type of Audio system we could expect Honda to offer us in the HR-V. I figured the best place to start would be with big brother and the donor car.

CR-V offers shoppers:

LX

Watts: 160
Speakers: 4
MP3/AUX Standard
MP3/WMA Capabale
USB Audio Interface Standard
Bluetooth Standard
Pandora Compatible


EX

Watts: 160
Speakers: 6
MP3/AUX Standard
MP3/WMA Capabale
USB Audio Interface Standard
Bluetooth Standard
Pandora Compatible

EX-L

Watts: 328
Speakers: 7
MP3/AUX Standard
MP3/WMA Capabale
USB Audio Interface Standard
Bluetooth Standard
Pandora Compatible
XM Radio

FIT offers:

FIT

Watts: 160
Speakers: 4
CD
MP3/AUX Standard
MP3/WMA Capabale
USB Audio Interface Standard
RDS Standard


FIT Sport

Watts: 160
Speakers: 6
CD
MP3/AUX Standard
MP3/WMA Capabale
USB Audio Interface Standard
RDS Standard

I think in order for the HR-V to be taken serious as a modern viable option it needs to lean more towards the CR-V than the FIT.
 

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I would like to see the same speaker options as the CR-V, that would be awesome.
I think thats more likely as well. HR-V seems like it will be carrying a bit more of a premium edge to it than the FIT ever has...
 

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It sure does, it's in the right segment for it. Don't see what else they would do. Anything less just may not be the best thing for this.
 

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If a premium audio system is an option; the new HR-V will have to get even better sound proof then that of the hybrid version, the only current model that has sound proof built-in.
 

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That is true, they would have to do it, considering the work involved it will be a good amount more, I wonder how many people will pay for it, especially with this segment.
 

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They could always offer the FIT audio system as standard and then have some of the more high end audio systems as part of a tech package or just an option. That seems like the best way to save money on the base model and make money off people who want a nicer audio system and are willing to shell out for it.
 

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That is a good idea, it would indeed make it cheaper with more application of the similar setup. I can see it happening, after all this is a vehicle aimed to be affordable.
 
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