2018 Honda HR-V Interior Features

September 5th, 2018 by

2018 Honda HR-V interior and dashboard
If there’s one thing Monroe drivers can agree on, it’s the 2018 Honda HR-V interior features. From dual-zone climate control to steering-wheel-mounted controls to heated front seats, this vehicle provides all the luxuries and conveniences you need for your Warwick commute. Check out what you’ll find in terms of cabin convenience, comfort, and technology when you bring the new Honda HR-V home today.

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Cabin

Step inside the Honda HR-V cabin, and you’ll be surrounded by plenty of versatile and attractive features that will make you want to drive more often:

  • 7-inch touchscreen for easier access to information
  • Second row Magic Seat® to simplify passenger and cargo configurations
  • Intuitive instrument panel for clearer readability
  • Steering-wheel mounted controls and paddle shifters for quicker performance
  • One-touch power moonroof for fresh air and great views

Comfort

No matter where you’re going or what the outside weather may be, the new Honda HR-V delivers all the comfort you could want:

  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob for comfort and control
  • Leather-trimmed seats for high-quality finishes
  • Heated front seats for warm and toasty on chilly days
  • Automatic climate control system for perfect temperatures year round
  • Choose from utility mode, long mode, or tall mode for convenience

Technology

Turn your Goshen commute into something more enjoyable thanks to the technology features found in the Honda HR-V trims:

  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration for more entertainment
  • Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® for hands-free music streaming and calling
  • HondaLink® for added connectivity
  • Two USB ports for charging and connectivity
  • Built-in navigation for turn-by-turn directions
  • Push button start to get in and go

2018 Honda HR-V features

HR-V Reviews

Curious what automotive experts have to say about this Honda SUV? Here are some Honda HR-V reviews from top names in auto:

  • The Car Connection: “The ace up the HR-V’s sleeve is its interior packaging. Front-seat riders have decent space and plenty of cubbies, while the back seat can accommodate a couple of basketball players. When called upon, the rear seat folds completely flat or its bases tilt up for myriad storage solutions. The HR-V’s 24.3 cubic-foot trunk is more in line with compact rather than subcompact crossover SUVs.”
  • CNET: “With the second row of seats folded, the HR-V boasts a maximum of 58.8 cubic feet of cargo space. This makes it one of the most spacious vehicles in its class, easily besting the Nissan Kicks (32.3 cubic feet), Mazda CX-3 (44.5 cu. ft.), Ford EcoSport (50 cu. ft.) and Jeep Renegade (50.8 cu. ft.).”
  • Edmunds: “Average-size adults fit comfortably in the front and back, clever cargo solutions make it more versatile than rivals, [and it’s] better than most competitors on fuel economy.”
  • Cars.com: “Most important is that the excellent Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver assistance technology, from automatic emergency braking to lane keep assist to adaptive cruise control, now is standard on the volume EX trim level and above, as is Honda’s LaneWatch blind spot camera (which many Cars.com editors like).”

Visit Middletown Honda Today

If you’re still making your decision, you can also compare the Honda HR-V vs. Honda CR-V and see which one is the better option for you. And when it comes to interior features, the Honda HR-V is tough competition for the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and the Subaru Crosstrek. Contact Middletown Honda today to schedule your test drive and see how this crossover Honda model can improve your everyday driving experience.