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Honda Honda > HR-V WLTP, MPG, Fuel consumption

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Honda HR-V 1.5 i-VTEC (130 hp)
2018-2019 Euro 6d-TEMP (WLTP)
5.0 lt/100km
(56 MPG)


7.7 lt/100km
(37 MPG)
Honda HR-V 1.5 i-VTEC CVT (130 hp)
2018-2019 Automatic Euro 6d-TEMP (WLTP)
5.0 lt/100km
(56 MPG)


7.8 lt/100km
(36 MPG)
Honda HR-V 1.5 i-VTEC (130 hp)
2015-2018 Euro 6 5 doors
5.7 lt/100km
(49 MPG)


9.0 lt/100km
(32 MPG)
Honda HR-V 1.5 i-VTEC CVT (130 hp)
2015-2018 Automatic Euro 6 5 doors
5.4 lt/100km
(52 MPG)


8.4 lt/100km
(34 MPG)
Honda HR-V 1.6 i-DTEC (120 hp)
2015-2018 Euro 6 5 doors
4.1 lt/100km
(69 MPG)


6.0 lt/100km
(47 MPG)

Honda HR-V Review

In this review, we are going to take a closer look at the Honda HR-V. We will examine the details about the Honda HR-V under three main categories such as The Features of the Honda HR-V, The Fuel Consumption of the Honda HR-V and Does It Suit You? These categories prepared for explaining the vehicle from any perspective. Before beginning the review, I would like to share some general information about the history of the Honda HR-V. The HR-V, one of Honda's Subcompact Crossover SUV models, first appeared in the late 90s. Available in front or four-wheel drive options, the car has a history of two generations. HR-V, which has offered for sale in three different automotive markets such as Europe, Japan, and Asia-Pacific, stopped production in 2006 but returned to the market with its second-generation after a certain period of time. This generation, which emerged in 2014, continues to be produced by Honda with various facelifts.

 

The Features of the Honda HR-V

In this part of the review, we are going to focus on the features of the Honda HR-V. We can start with the exterior design of the Honda HR-V. The fact that the Honda HR-V is a Subcompact Crossover SUV gives the impression that it is small and leaner than other SUVs, but the truth is not at all. Although the HR-V does not lose its dynamic image with the current generation, it comes out with a design that has become stronger and has grown to the same extent. The compact design features found in all of the SUVs that the Honda brand has introduced to the market in recent years are also available in the HR-V. We can see that the LED headlights and chrome-plated front grille details on the Honda Civic have also been applied to the new generation HR-V. The lines on the body frame are very soft and in perfect harmony with the overall body integrity of the car. A simple design and details that do not exaggerate have made the HR-V a hidden beauty in traffic. Now, we are moving on to the interior design of the Honda HR-V. The Honda brand has a design team that brings positive things to mind when it comes to interior design in recent years. Honda, who generally likes to use blue tones in instrument cluster and digital displays, continued this tradition in the HR-V model. The rest of the cabin is furnished in dark tones. One of the most striking features inside is that the button configuration is quite advanced. There is almost no trace of traditional control mechanisms anywhere in the cabin. All controls are controlled from either the touchpad or separate buttons. This is a great proof that the design team wants to create a driver-focused and useful cabin.

 

The Fuel Consumption of the Honda HR-V

Now, we are going to focus on the fuel consumption of the Honda HR-V. We usually work on popular engine types and making analyses on them by checking details for an efficient fuel consumption analysis. While choosing the right car, you need specific and simple information. That is why we are using this distinction method to make things easier for you. We use two main categories to make a useful distinction such as The Most Economical One and The Most Powerful One. However, we have got only one official engine data about the Honda HR-V. It is 1.5 i-VTEC engine type. We are going to analyse it with all details we can give. We can start with the general engine structure of the 1.5 i-VTEC. It has got a four cylindered and four valved inner structure with a 1498 cm3 size. It is using a Petrol feed fuel system so we can say that it is a Petrol type engine. The engine’s acceleration timing is 10.0 seconds and the maximum speed level is 192 km/h. It can produce 130 HP and 6600 RPM Torque. According to the official factory data, 1.5 i-VTEC has got a 7,0lt/100km (which refers to 40 MPG in the UK) fuel consumption performance in Urban usage. However, this mpg performance decreasing to 5,0lt/100km (which refers to 56 MPG in the UK) in Extra Urban usage such as Highways or Long-Distance Trip. When we combine these two fuel consumption data, we get a 5,0lt/100km (which refers to 56 MPG in the UK) average mpg rate.

 

Does It Suit You?

When we consider the Honda HR-V model in general, we see that it is a car that can make a name for itself in the SUV market. With its average fuel consumption rate, it can tell that it will not tire your wallet much compared to a big SUV. However, one should not expect fuel consumption as low as a diesel car. Apart from this, the HR-V, which is a very interesting and beautiful car in terms of design, will give you and your loved ones a comfortable journey experience with its large interior volume and large luggage volume.