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Why the Honda HR-V is a guilty pleasure
My name is Steve and I quite like the Honda HR-V. There, I’ve said it. Now that’s out in the open it’s like a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders and I can get on with my life.
What is it about this small, weird-looking SUV from the late 90s that floats my boat? Well, firstly, the HR-V and I have got history. It was one of the first cars I was let loose in after breaking into ‘writing about cars’ (making tea and regurgitating press releases on a Surrey industrial estate). Secondly, as a concept, the HR-V was a good decade ahead of its time. Bear with me on this…
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i've got a hrv not a car that was on my radar just come across it by chance,not brill in the practicality scales ,4 seats instead of 5,not many storage holes,but is good to drive, you can throw it through corners no problem,good visibility,good driving position,comfortable,high tax, high fuel ,it's a honda you can't knock it's reliability record.
What a load of rubbish. This Honda was a dud at launch.
How many have you ever seen? Exactly!!
It sold poorly and was unloved for a reason.
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