In terms of segment or classification, the Honda HR-V is a crossover vehicle. The obvious feature of the Honda HR-V is that it has a dashing, sporty and elegant appearance. There is also no need to doubt the kitchen sector, where the HR-V carries an engine that is suitable for the characteristics of Filipino consumers. Honda has equipped the HR-V with two types of engines, namely 1.5 L SOHC I-VTEC + DBW and 1.8 L SOHC I-VTEC + DBW, each of which offers reliable performance but remains fuel efficient, typical of Honda cars. The combination of a dashing SUV-style design, a powerful engine, and wrapped with a luxurious interior and complete features that exist in the Honda HR-V is really presented to meet consumer needs.
Honda HR-V is a mini SUV that was produced by Honda in 1998 to 2006 then from 2014 until now. The first generation HR-V was based on Logo and was sold in Japan and several countries in Asia-Pacific from 1998 to 2006. The second generation HR-V was based on the third generation Fit/Jazz and went on sale in the United States, Brazil, Australia, and some countries in Asia since 2015. The second generation HR-V is almost identical to the Vezel which has only been sold in Japan since late 2013.
The Honda HR-V was relaunched in June 2015. The subcompact crossover came to the Philippines market to complement the brand's compact crossover offering, the CR-V. A facelifted HR-V was introduced on August 23, 2018, and it includes a new RS trim level that adds a black grille with new two-tone alloy wheels and an updated lighting system at the front and rear.
The Honda HR-V price in the Philippines starts at P1,250,000.00. The lowest price is the Honda HR-V 1.5 S CVT Honda SENSING, ranging all the way up to the Honda HR-V 1.5 V Turbo CVT Honda SENSING priced at P1,598,000.00.