The Honda HRV is a small SUV designed and manufactured by the Japanese with an interesting design and cutting edge technologies on board.
The H-RV model has modern design when talking about the exterior of the car with LED lights, a glossy front frame and the rear handles are embedded in the door. Inside, this SUV has a great infotainment system branded by Honda or a “floating” console between the front seats.
This model of Honda comes with 3 types of engines which deliver good power but in the same time is rather fuel efficient.
The Honda HR-V 1.5 i-VTEC 130 HP
This engine, running on petrol, has an average catalog fuel consumption of 5,7 liters / 100km 49 MPG or (UK) - 41 MPG (US). Using our algorithms we found out that the HR-V 1.5 i-VTEC real MPG is 8,8 lt/100km or 32 MPG (UK) - 27 MPG (US). This type of engine runs with a manual gearbox.
The Honda HR-V 1.5 i-VTEC CVT 130 HP
While the car is equipped with the same engine, on petrol, the difference is made by the automatic gearbox which in reality increases the fuel consumption. Therefore the 1.5 i-VTEC CVT has a catalog fuel consumption of 5,4 liters / 100km 52 MPG (UK) - 44 MPG (US) while the real fuel consumption for Honda HR V 1.5 i-VTEC CVT is 8,4 liters / 100km 34 MPG (UK) - 28 MPG (US).
The Honda HR-V 1.6 i-DTEC 120 HP
Even if this car has a bigger engine of 1.6 liters, due to the fuel type used, diesel, it actually has smaller fuel consumption. The value stated by the manufacturer is 4,1 liters / 100km 69 MPG (UK) - 57 MPG (US). Our algorithms show that this Japanese SUV equipped with this diesel engine has a real MPG of 6,1 liters / 100km - 46 MPG (UK) - 39 MPG (US). This model has on board a manual gearbox.
While these numbers are not high for a SUV we can say that the Honda HR-V has rather good fuel consumption values but it can compensate with the design and the different options that can be chosen for the interior of the car.