Honda HR-V reviews: what the car critics say

In its third iteration, Honda’s compact SUV is a cracking small car, offering “interesting but not unique styling” with “pretty good specifications”, said The Daily Telegraph. Inside, it feels comfy and reasonably spacious – though the boot is small at 319 litres – and on the road, it is a decent ride, refined and, for the most part, fairly quiet. Performance is “brisk rather than swift, with a top speed of 106mph and 0-62mph in 10.7sec”.


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