2020 Honda HR-V Redesign; Getting Worse!
2020 Honda HR-V Redesign; Specs, Transmission, Release Date – Honda HR-V is renewed for 2019 with a slight restyling in terms of aesthetics, but accompanied by important technical updates (the ADAS and internal revised arrive) like the transmission that is entrusted exclusively to the automatic transmission CVT. In the United States, it is already on sale, in Europe we will have to wait again
2020 Honda HR-V Redesign & Changes
The new Honda HR-V SUV Restyling was presented in the United States, a market where the Japanese crossover has always met with great success. The HR-V arrived in the second series in 2015 after ten years of absence from the market, just in time to enjoy the popularity of SUVs and Crossovers.
For 2020 Honda HR-V is renewed with small aesthetic adjustments and new technology, especially with regard to ADAS and Infotainment. The latter is a 7-inch display complete with Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity. The restyling, however, is immediately recognizable forefront, now more modern and with the possibility of having LED headlights.
Driving safety has been implemented thanks to Honda Sensing, including Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Mitigation, Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keeping Assist. Really appreciable than the ample work of the technicians to soundproof the interior through a more accurate assembly and the ‘ Active Noise Cancellation: the system drastically reduces the vibrations at low frequencies, in some conditions, of 10dB.
New Honda HR-V Engine Specs
The 2020 Honda HR-V is currently available exclusively with a 1.8 liter aspirated petrol, the i-VTEC of the Tokyo House, with 141hp and (if desired) four-wheel drive. The most substantial innovation in technical terms is the exclusion of the manual gearbox, as the HR-V will only be available with the continuously variable automatic (CVT) reprogrammed in the electronics to offer a smoother and more responsive driving.
In all likelihood, the Honda HR-V will make its debut in the old continent at the Paris Motor Show – especially at the beginning of October – and then the marketing will begin towards the end of the year. Prices start at just over $ 21,000 on the US market, where the price difference with the previous model is just $ 50. It is therefore legitimate to expect, even in Europe, figures in line with the outgoing version.