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The HR-V has a spacious interior by class standards and an absolutely enormous boot. It’s also well equipped, but it does look quite pricey against the best rivals in this class.get the best price
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The range-topping Sport not only gets visual garnish such as dual exhaust pipes, a sporty bodykit, LED headlights and dark red leather/black fabric seats, but also gains a more powerful turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol engine and bespoke suspension.
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With 180bhp and 177ft lb of torque, the turbocharged version of the 1.5-litre petrol feels anything but slow.
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