Honda HR-V replacement?

We have owned our 10 year old Honda HR-V for five years, now 105,000 miles and apart from one ABS sensor it has been trouble free. We are now seeking a replacement with a similar raised driving position and good load area. We want petrol engine, quiet, and would buy used under 50,000 miles.

Asked on 19 November 2015 by Roger

Answered by Honest John
New HR-V or Jazz. Or a Jazz Mk II. Jazz reliable but sit lower. To get more height a Toyota Verso. The Verso S based on the Yaris was very briefly available in the UK and would be a direct replacement for your HR-V, but few of them around. Test and video: www.honestjohn.co.uk/road-tests/toyota/toyota-vers.../
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