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The redesigned Honda HR-V uses the same chassis architecture as the 11th-generation Civic.
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The new HR-V is nearly 10 inches longer and three inches wider than the outgoing model.
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Black exterior trim and larger wheels mark the Sport trim. The EX-L gets silver accents.
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The ride quality of the new HR-V benefits from a multilink rear suspension.
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All models get the same 2.0-liter inline-four and continuously variable automatic transmission.
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While not quick, the new HR-V is far more comfortable and nimble than the previous generation.
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The LX and Sport trims offer patterned fabric seats, while the EX-L gets leather.
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The EX-L trim gets a 9.0-inch touchscreen.
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No more “magic seat,” but the new rear seats are better for passengers.
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