Honda HR-V review

Category: Family SUV

Section: Interior

Honda HR-V 2021 interior dashboard
  • Honda HR-V 2021 front
  • Honda HR-V 2021 rear tracking
  • Honda HR-V 2021 interior dashboard
  • 2021 Honda HR-V rear seats
  • Honda HR-V 2021 left tracking
  • Honda HR-V 2021 front left static
  • Honda HR-V 2021 roof rails
  • Honda HR-V 2021 alloy wheel
  • Honda HR-V 2021 instruments
  • Honda HR-V 2021 driving mode switch
  • Honda HR-V 2021 front
  • Honda HR-V 2021 rear tracking
  • Honda HR-V 2021 interior dashboard
  • 2021 Honda HR-V rear seats
  • Honda HR-V 2021 left tracking
  • Honda HR-V 2021 front left static
  • Honda HR-V 2021 roof rails
  • Honda HR-V 2021 alloy wheel
  • Honda HR-V 2021 instruments
  • Honda HR-V 2021 driving mode switch
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

You sit high up in the Honda HR-V, so it feels like a proper SUV rather than a slightly jacked-up hatchback. The relationship between the steering wheel and the pedals is spot on, and you shouldn't have any trouble finding a comfortable driving position, although it's a pity you don't get adjustable lumbar support.

Visibility is very good, in part thanks to big door mirrors, and there are well-placed physical dials and buttons for operating the heating and ventilation (thankfully, the touch-sensitive controls from the second-generation HR-V have been binned).