2019 Honda HR-V Review
The 2019 Honda HR-V is one SUV with a lot to offer your Slidell, Picayune, and St. Tammany Parish commutes. Honda of Slidell has created the following review to go over a few of its many noteworthy attributes. We’ll take a look at its comfortable interior, plentiful cargo space, and supportive safety features. Continue reading to find out if this versatile SUV has what you’ve been needing.
2019 Honda HR-V: Interior Measurements
The HR-V provides you and your passengers with an abundance of space inside the cabin. Not only does it fit five occupants comfortably, it also boasts a passenger volume that gives you 100.1 cubic feet.
The individual seating space offers quite a bit of comfort. For instance, the headroom for the front seats comes to 39.5 inches and the legroom is 41.2 inches. The shoulder room up front is 56.8 inches and the hip room measures at 53.1 inches. The folks in the back row get to enjoy a ride that’s just as roomy. For them, the headroom is 38.3 inches and the legroom is 39.3 inches. They also get 54.5 inches of shoulder room and 47.4 inches of hip room.
Ample Stowing Inside the 2019 Honda HR-V
Depending on which drivetrain you choose, the cargo volume varies a bit. If you go with the 2WD, you get 24.3 cubic feet when the second-row seatbacks are upright and 58.8 cubic feet when they’re folded down. If you pick the AWD configuration, the cargo volume measures at 23.2 cubic feet when the seats are upright. When they’re folded down, it expands to 57.6 cubic feet. As you can see, the 2019 Honda HR-V supplies you with lots of stowing potential for anything you find yourself needing along the way.
Advanced Safety Features
The safety features you’ll find in the 2019 Honda HR-V make use of advanced technology to provide you with the support you need for an enhanced driving experience. One such element of safety is the profoundly useful Honda Sensing®. This available suite includes the following:
- Lane Keeping Assist System. This system uses adjustments in steering to prevent you from unintentionally drifting out of your lane.
- Adaptive Cruise Control. When driving on the highway, this helpful tool maintains the predetermined distance between you and the vehicle in front of you.
- Collision Mitigation Braking System„¢. The CMBS„¢ helps you avoid frontal collisions by applying the brakes when it determines that one is likely to occur. It can even bring the vehicle to a complete stop if necessary.
- Road Departure Mitigation System. If you begin to leave your lane or the roadway inadvertently, the RDM will utilize steering and braking to help prevent either from happening.
Check Out the 2019 Honda HR-V In Person
As this review shows, the HR-V certainly packs quite a punch. If you’d like to get a closer look at these and other impressive features, contact Honda of Slidell to schedule your test drive and see firsthand how it does on those Slidell, Picayune, and St. Tammany Parish roads.
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