Used Honda HR-V Hatchback 2015-present review


Used Honda HR-V Hatchback (15-present)
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What alternatives should I consider to a used Honda HR-V hatchback?

A nearly new Seat Arona is almost as cheap as a two-year-old Honda HR-V and therefore makes a much better buy. If your budget can stretch that far, it’s worth a look.

If not, the Suzuki Vitara makes a good alternative; it’s cheaper to buy but just as well-equipped, and it's also very spacious inside.

You should also have a look at the Citroën C4 Cactus, which features quirky styling and a smart-looking interior. It isn’t the best thing in the world to drive, but then neither is the HR-V – and the C4 Cactus is at least considerably cheaper to buy.


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Used Honda HR-V Hatchback (15-present)
Used Honda HR-V Hatchback (15-present)
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Versatile seating and a smart interior make the Honda HR-V an appealing buy, but noisy engines and a bumpy ride make it irksome out on the road. It’s expensive, too

  • Clever rear seats
  • Robust build quality
  • Punchy diesel engine
  • Diesel engine is noisy
  • Wooden ride quality
  • Not cheap to buy used