Honda HR-V Sport on way soon | New Release - Car News Dec 2018


16:15 Tuesday 04 Dec 2018

Honda have announced that production of the new HR-V Sport will start next month.

The new model will hit UK roads next spring, powered by a 1.5-litre VTEC TURBO petrol engine and with upgraded chassis and suspension compared to that of the standard HR-V. The four-cylinder engine comes with a six-speed manual transmission as standard, as well as the option of a CVT automatic gearbox.

The HR-V Sport has been designed for those looking for a livelier performance from their SUV, and to that end it has been equipped with performance damping for stable cornering and reduced vibration, a variable ratio electric power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering system, and onda's Agile Handling Assist technology.

High-gloss black chrome accents give the model a sportier look, and the front grille gets an exclusive black honeycomb finish. There is also a slim front splitter, side skirts, wheel arch mouldings, black finished rear bumper, black door mirror caps, dual exhaust pipes, and 18-inch alloy wheels.  LED headlights are included as standard with high and low beams, LED indicators, and LED daytime running lights, while the tail lights are enhanced with a dark smoked effect.

Inside, the HR-V Sport has driver and front passenger seats with enhanced support, trimmed in black and dark red to compliment the black roof lining.

First customer deliveries are scheduled to commence in Spring 2019 .


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