Cruise control, a reversing camera with normal, wide and top-down view modes, and climate control air-conditioning (which can maintain a set temperature).
A sound system with an AM/FM radio, a CD/MP3 player, two USB inputs, an HDMI port, and Bluetooth phone connectivity with audio streaming, operated from a 7.0-inch touchscreen that accepts swipe and pinch control.
Support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
, which allows you display apps from compatible smartphones on the touchscreen.
Multi-angle reversing camera and satellite navigation.
Height and reach adjustment for the steering wheel, which carries buttons for operating the cruise control, audio and Bluetooth.
A multi-information display, which presents distance, speed, fuel consumption and outside temperature data, and offers two user-programmable speed alarms.
Brake hold and hill-start assist functions integrated with the electric park brake. Remote keyless entry, and power windows that can be opened from the key fob.
A tyre deflation warning system, indicator lights in the side mirrors, LED daytime running lights, and LED taillights.
Brake hold and hill-start assist functions integrated with the electric park brake. Power windows that can be opened from the key fob.
A tyre deflation warning system, indicator lights in the side mirrors, daytime running lights, and LED taillights.
Aluminium alloy wheels, which are usually lighter and better looking than steel wheels, and a space-saver spare wheel.
Six airbags: two directly in front of the driver and front passenger; one alongside each front occupant to protect the upper body; and a curtain airbag on each side to protect the heads of front and rear occupants.
Electronic stability control, which can help the driver to control a skidding car. All new cars must have this feature.
Every Honda HR-V carries a five-year warranty, with no limit on the distance travelled.