The 2023 Honda HR-V will be the brand's first crossover SUV. It comes with automatic climate control and LED headlights.

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The new Honda HR-V is about 11 inches longer than the previous model, but it is close to the same size as the CR-V.

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Its cargo capacity figures are similarly high, but the HR-V's is about 2 litres larger than the CR-V's.

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The HR-V Sport model comes with different bumper and grille designs, sweet orange cloth seats, and blind-spot monitoring.

The Honda HR-V's interior is vastly improved. The dashboard design is similar to that of the 11th-generation Civic.

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The Honda HR-V's seats are supportive and feature plenty of padding for long drives.

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The car shares a platform with the Civic and borrows the latter's horizontal vent design.

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Its 1.8-liter four-banger engine doesn't offer enough power. Despite this, it's still expected to have an impressive fuel economy.

The new Honda HR-V will get 26/32/28 mpg in front-wheel-drive trim and 25/30/26 mpg in AWD.

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It is positioned to compete with rivals like the Subaru Crosstrek, Kia Seltos, Mazda CX-30, and Toyota C-HR.

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If you're looking for a new car or crossover for your family, consider the new 2023 Honda HR-V.

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