The new Honda HR-V is built on the same chassis as the 11th-generation Honda Civic.
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The new HR-V is about 10 inches longer and 3 inches wider than its predecessor.
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The Sport trim has black trim on the outside and bigger wheels. Silver accents are added to the EX-L.
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The new HR-V has a multilink rear suspension, which makes it ride better.
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All models have the same 2.0-liter inline-four engine and automatic transmission that keeps changing speeds.
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Even though it’s not fast, the new HR-V is much more comfortable and agile than the old one.
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Seats in the LX and Sport models are made of patterned fabric, while the EX-L has leather seats.
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A 9.0-inch touchscreen comes with the EX-L model.
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Even though there is no longer a “magic seat,” the new back seats are better for passengers.
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