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2023 Honda HR-V: Subcompact crossover value


What do you get when you put two full-size dudes behind the wheel of a subcompact crossover? A lot of laughs, that’s what. See for yourself in this 2023 Honda HR-V review by Publisher Tim Esterdahl and his friend, Aaron Turpen. Their video will take you through the “twisty bits” of the Red Rock area of Colorado as they test the smallest crossover Honda makes.

Starts around $30k, comes with all the safety features

While the guys say it’s a little loud in the cabin, and the engine is certainly not going to remind you of a sports car, they note you do get a lot for the money when it comes to safety features like the backup camera, automatic braking and more. It is  impressive how even the lower trim levels of vehicles are coming fully equipped when it comes to safety features.

2023 HR-V review of exterior styling

This is one sleek little crossover that comes with beautiful LED running lights, a cool honeycomb grille design that carries over to the interior and 17-inch wheels. The Nordic Forrest Pearl color on this one looks great in the wilderness, and the super smooth roofline that seamlessly blends with the side panels gives this crossover a very elegant look.

Some things to note

This vehicle is a preproduction model so there may be a few missing features such as rear seat charging options, but overall the 2023 Honda HR-V’s interior seems well designed with its double stitching on the seats, storage cubby in the center console and a beautiful moonroof for extra daylight in the cabin.

If you’re wondering about backseat space, door angles, handling or comfort check out the video below then let us know what you think of this all-new 2023 Honda HR-V review.


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Erica Mueller

Erica Mueller is a Texan, which means she believes that trucks are family vehicles and giant SUVs make good second cars. As part-time auto journalist for almost a decade, Erica enjoys driving all kinds of vehicles and sharing her experiences with others. Erica is the secretary of the board for the Texas Auto Writers Association as well as a contributor at A Girls Guide to Cars.

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