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This is it: the 2016 Honda HR-V.
The car exists to fill the gap between Honda's practical little Fit and the bigger CR-V, filling the void left by the Crosstour and the Element.
The HR-V brand actually existed in Asia a decade ago, but this is a completely new car for the North American market.
AWD will be an option, setting this car ahead of the Fit.
Styling is very much in keeping with the Fit and CR-V family lines.
A subtle roof spoiler adds a bit of flare in what is generally a tame-looking machine.
Interior is spacious and comfortable.
Keyless entry is available.
Honda LaneWatch gives you a view of what's in your blind spot on the right before you change lanes.
An electronic parking brake is standard, as is hill-start assist.
With the seats down, there is a huge amount of space in here.
The HR-V borrows the Fit's Magic Seats, which fold flat or lift up for taller items.
With the passenger seat folded back, its cargo area offers a ton of room.
Higher-end models will come with a 7-inch infotainment system with navigation.
Rear-view camera is standard.
The raised center console is meant to make you feel like you're seated lower in the car, and also provides a little cubby for charging.
The 2016 Honda HR-V starts at $19,115 in FWD guise and will be hitting dealerships soon.
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