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I am really hoping that Honda will release more solid info in Detroit. Just 6 more days!


I also hope that a couple of HR-V examples will be there. Including an LX so someone can snap pics of the interior. ( I have only seen one picture of the LX interior.)
 

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Isn't the LX trim level the base level? It seems like the trim level that would be the most boring to take a look at, but it might be the most popular trim level so it makes sense that you'd want to see it.

Fingers crossed that we will get a good look at the HR-V in just a few days.
 

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Isn't the LX trim level the base level? It seems like the trim level that would be the most boring to take a look at, but it might be the most popular trim level so it makes sense that you'd want to see it.

Fingers crossed that we will get a good look at the HR-V in just a few days.

"Boring" is what I like if it means I get a key start and control nobs. Plus I really don't have any interests in the upgrades the higher levels have. LX.s also have a cleaner look in my opinion.
We have tons of pics on the EX and EX-L. LX interior pictures are extremely rare. There are more than a few exterior shots of LXs.
 

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"Boring" is what I like if it means I get a key start and control nobs. Plus I really don't have any interests in the upgrades the higher levels have. LX.s also have a cleaner look in my opinion.
We have tons of pics on the EX and EX-L. LX interior pictures are extremely rare. There are more than a few exterior shots of LXs.
I agree whole-heartedly. A touchscreen makes little sense in a setting where you're supposed to be keeping your eyes on the road. I'd pay extra for knobs and buttons. The fact that they come on base trims is just the cherry on top.
 

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Yeah it really comes down to what you want. Some people just want it to go from a-to-b and then those that want it for the same purpose along with some performance.
 

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Yeah it really comes down to what you want. Some people just want it to go from a-to-b and then those that want it for the same purpose along with some performance.

I am thinking performance will not be big plus with this car.....by that I mean you aren't going to win many drag races with it.


Don't get me wrong , I would like a nice looking interior. I just don't need a lot of gizmos and gadgets, especially if they are actually harder to use and perhaps trouble prone later.
 

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It's about time that we're at this stage of it all.
Along with the HRV at detroit, there's some more interesting models to come from that show.
We might even see the Mugen RLX ;)
 

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It's about time that we're at this stage of it all.
Along with the HRV at detroit, there's some more interesting models to come from that show.
We might even see the Mugen RLX ;)
I would be SHOCKED if we saw a Mugen there given the scarcity of any HRVs in this country. :)
 

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The HR-V is going to be there according to a brief mention in this boston.com article. Not that that means they will be giving us any new information.

SUVs: There will be lots of small talk over the subcompact Jeep Renegade, Honda HR-V, and Fiat 500X. In the midsize ranks, Buick launches its Envision, Lincoln is hoping the MKX has the same success as last year’s compact MKC, and Volkswagen is showing an SUV concept its dealers desperately need for the US market.
http://www.boston.com/cars/news-and-reviews/2015/01/11/boston-detroit-auto-shows-get-season-rolling/XpmzYztNyOpJvdqN1yqK4L/story.html
 

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Just noticed the other touches, I think this HR-V has been decked out in all of the accessories for the show. There are the door visors, the cross bars, and the chrome "protection" bits at the front, side and back
 

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Just noticed the other touches, I think this HR-V has been decked out in all of the accessories for the show. There are the door visors, the cross bars, and the chrome "protection" bits at the front, side and back
The grill pattern is different too.


I hope this isn't the only example there.
 
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