2016 Honda HR-V | Driven: Car Review | The New York Times


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2016 Honda HR-V | Driven: Car Review | The New York Times

The Honda CR-V has been America’s best-selling crossover in seven of the last 10 years. So its new and smaller sibling, the HR-V, is a big deal.

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13 thoughts on “2016 Honda HR-V | Driven: Car Review | The New York Times

  1. This is F'n useless to someone with a kid and a dog. And I don't want a van. Why can't anyone make something a bit longer in the back but not a full size. All these wagon types have no head room in the rear especially in the trunk for a dog.

  2. It`s not just you laddy,but when did "platform" turn into "architecture" in motor-speak  punditure ??? You`re reviewing a miserable car not the hanging gardens of babylon !!

  3. Still no picnic table….

    Thumbs up if you have an old school CR-V and love your picnic table.

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