Well equiped below $30K is refreshing. Looking at the Jeep well equipped with AWD pushes past $30K everytime...
Last time I checked April only had 30 days, or are they adding a day to April just to make us wait even longer?!They still can't reveal much until the embargo ends but one paragraph stood out for me.
"We can tell you this without reservation: Take a quick glance at the photo above. 2016 Honda HR-V in all trim variants looks better than its photo. As to price and availability? Read our last article with price estimates. It’s pretty close. As to release date, Honda’s pointing to a late Spring release date with our article embargo ending April 31, 2015."
LOL they do need a better a better editor.Last time I checked April only had 30 days, or are they adding a day to April just to make us wait even longer?!
Hi shu,Keep looking at torque they have release 3 short articles about the HRV since the Miami event.
They state that the HR-V will cost less than almost all of its competitors and it is a fantastic balance of car and utility.
Welcome David. That's a good question. Sitting in HR-V at the Los Angeles Auto Show, I found the driver-side legroom to be more than adequate for my 6 ft 5 inch frame. The front passenger room is a bit tighter due the the curvature of the dashboard, However, I believe it be roomier than most vehicles in the class. As to Fit: I have several hours logged behind the wheel of 2015 Fit and find it to be comfortable enough for a entry level 5 door hatchback. Where Fit shines over the competition is in the 2nd row bench quality and configurable 40/60 bench seating. I don't have the forward cab measurements on hand for HR-V, but I believe it to be close to or identical to Fit with a difference as to the center consul design. HR-V features more of a "cockpit" feel.