Review: Honda HR-V (1999 – 2006)
Reliable, well-built urbanite with 4x4 looks and, in many cases, 4x4 hardware.
Not that spacious inside. Problems reported with CVT autos. Windscreen can be prone to cracking.
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Honda HR-V (1999 – 2006): At A Glance
Honda's 'High-Riding Recreational Vehicle' was launched in 1999 in the UK in two door format and four wheel drive.
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