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Test Drive A 2019 Honda HR-V Online in Tallahassee, FL


Fuel Economy:

28 city / 34 hwy


141 HP


127 lb-ft

Since 1999, the Honda HR-V has been an excellent contender in the subcompact crossover SUV market. The 2019 model extends the line’s second generation that started in 2016. Compared to the 2018 model, the new HR-V has been updated considerably. These updates include a refreshed exterior with new shapes for the taillights and LED headlights. Both of the bumpers and the front chrome bar grille have also been improved. Notably, Honda has added a Sport and a Touring level to the trim options for 2019. Our dealership is your leading source for more information about the 2019 HR-V.

Test Drive The 2019 Honda HR-V At Proctor Honda In Tallahassee, Florida

Serving Quincy, Panama City, and Havana

How Does the HR-V Perform?

All of the 2019 HR-V trim levels are equipped with the same base powertrain. This is an I4, i-VTEC gas-powered engine with 141 horsepower. Upgraded engine options are available upon request that provide you with additional horsepower. The base engine features multipoint fuel injection and an EcoAssist System. Other related features include electric power steering, anti-lock brakes, hill start assist, a digital ignition, a continuously variable transmission with sport mode, a MacPherson front strut suspension system, a torsion beam rear suspension, stabilization bars and other excellent features that improve your time in the driver's seat.

Interior and Features

The interior design in the HR-V has been refreshed, and all trim levels now have an updated infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay technology. The volume slider control in last year’s model has been replaced with a knob that is easier to use. Some of the interior features available across all trim levels include cruise control, a 12-volt power outlet, USB ports, a color touchscreen, power door locks and windows, Bluetooth technology, speed-sensitive volume control and several additional features.


The new HR-V has stellar safety ratings across all categories, and you will find that this crossover SUV is well-equipped with active and passive features. These include electronic brakeforce distribution, tire pressure monitoring, active guidelines with the rearview camera, airbags with a rollover sensor and a front passenger detection feature and more. The higher trim levels have Honda Sensing technology as standard equipment. This technology suite includes road departure mitigation, collision mitigation and auto braking, a lane departure warning, a forward collision warning and several addition features.

Your selection of a new subcompact crossover SUV is not a matter to take lightly. This decision will affect your safety, your comfort on the road, your budget and more. Now that you have learned more about what to expect from a new HR-V for 2019, you may be eager to check it out on person. Make plans to visit our local dealership soon for a test drive and to compare the five trim levels in detail.

*Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.