AUSTIN, Texas, June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Drivers in need of a vehicle larger than the Honda Fit, but smaller than the Honda CR-V can rejoice as Howdy Honda prepares to add the 2015 Honda HR-V to its inventory later this year. The vehicle is promising to be the perfect size balance between two of the automaker's most loved vehicles -- the Honda Fit and Honda CR-V-- which makes the Honda lineup even more diverse for drivers with distinct lifestyle needs.
The 2015 Honda HR-V will be a compact crossover with a performance dedicated to functionality, fuel efficiency and style. Since the vehicle first made an appearance at the New York Auto Show, drivers and automotive enthusiasts have speculated what the crossover might bring to the road in terms of performance and competition. Joining Honda's light-truck lineup in the winter of 2014, the HR-V will be compact while also keeping its interior spacious and powertrain efficient.
While specific details on the vehicle's performance have yet to be revealed, the 2015 Honda HR-V is rumored to have a powertrain similar to the Honda Fit's. The current Fit runs on a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine and continuously variable transmission, which allows the vehicle to generate 130 horsepower and a significant fuel rating. If the HR-V is well received, drivers can anticipate the launch of a turbocharged, hybrid and all-wheel-drive model in the future.
There is no doubt that Honda HR-V will be outfitted with a full suite of technologies. It has already been revealed that the compact crossover will be equipped with the Honda-exclusive Magic Seat system, which gives drivers the freedom to make as much or as little space for cargo and passengers as they need.
The 2015 Honda HR-V is shaping up to be an industry staple. Drivers interested in more information on the vehicle's performance offerings and specifications can stay connected with the team at Howdy Honda.
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