AutoGuide Reviews All-New 2016, Honda's Entry in the Small Crossover Market

The 2016 Honda HR-V is the first new model the Japanese automaker has introduced in the U.S. in several years, and it's designed to satisfy the segment of car buyers seeking a smaller and more affordable alternative to midsize and large crossover SUVs. AutoGuide recently reviewed the new HR-V. Click "play" in the video clip below to watch the full report.

AutoGuide is particularly fond of a popular feature brought over from the compact Honda Fit: its innovative “Magic Seats." Basically, the second-row seat cushions can flip up to accommodate taller cargo while the seatbacks can fold flat to create a large load floor. With the seats folded up, you have a healthy 24.3 cubic feet of carrying capacity. With the seats down, that grows to a substantial 58.8 cubic feet that AutoGuide doesn't believe many - if any - of the HR-V’s competitor can top.

Our experienced sales team at Markley Honda is ready to answer any questions you have about the 2016 HR-V, or any other model in our inventory. Stop by our Fort Collins, CO showroom today, or call us at (888) 500-4584 to schedule a test drive.

 

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