Rear space in the HR-V isn’t quite as generous as it is in the front. Because of its styling which incorporates a sweeping rear roofline, tall adults will find their heads brushing against the ceiling. Leg room is good though; those same adults will find their knees free from the front seat backrests.
Seating three adults across the rear seats will prove uncomfortable on particularly long journeys, though, because there isn’t enough shoulder room to ensure they sit free from one another.
Each rear door has its own pocket like the front ones, but the space on offer isn’t quite so generous in each. A small water bottle should slip inside, though. SE models add a rear armrest as standard while EX models add pockets the backs of the front seats.