If you’re reading this 2020 Honda HR-V review, then you probably see the value a compact SUV can add to your drives through Marlton, Mt. Laurel, and Cherry Hill.
Keep reading to learn more about what this particular SUV can offer. If you like what you read, then contact us to schedule a test drive and get behind the wheel!
Let’s start with the powertrain under the hood of this versatile SUV. Suitable for days at the office and adventures on the open road, the 2020 Honda HR-V balances drivability with power. It comes standard with a 1.8-liter I-4 engine that produces 141 horsepower and 127 lb-ft of torque.
It smooths out the ride by pairing with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that also maximizes on efficiency. Plus, the Sport mode and available dual-mode paddle shifters give you that dose of adrenaline you’re looking for.
Front-wheel drive comes standard, but many local drivers like the available real time AWD (all-wheel drive) system. This includes the Intelligent Control System™, which actively monitors your roadway conditions. If it detects wheelslip or hazardous conditions, like snow or rain, it’ll automatically adjust your torque distribution to help you keep a strong grip on the road.
If you’re like so many local drivers, then safety is on your mind when you’re shopping for your next set of wheels. We’re happy to report that the 2020 HR-V offers several driver-assist features designed to improve driver and passenger safety when you hit the road.
These features are part of the available Honda Sensing® suite, which includes:
It also comes with available features, like Honda LaneWatch™ and Auto High-Beam Headlights, to improve visibility.
Honda LaneWatch™ turns the touchscreen display in the center stack into a live video feed of your right blind spot when you’re turn signal is engaged. This is meant to provide a clearer view of the road when changing lanes in well-travelled areas.
Auto High-Beam Headlights also help you see better when driving at night. These automatically turn your high beams on-and-off based on the flow of oncoming cars and other traffic patterns.
We already mentioned the touchscreen display briefly, so let’s go ahead and elaborate on that a bit. The 2020 Honda HR-V has an available 7-inch touchscreen display in the center stack that acts as your command center for connectivity and entertainment.
It’s compatible with available Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. These features provide full smartphone integration with your vehicle by allowing you to access optimized apps through your infotainment display. Apps you can use include:
Bluetooth® wireless device connectivity comes standard as well, so you can safely answer hands-free phone calls while on the go.
The Touring trim also includes an available integrated navigation system.
If you’re excited about what this Honda SUV can offer your drives around Marlton, Mt. Laurel, and Cherry Hill, then come to Burns Honda to learn more! We’ll show you around and get you behind the wheel to do a 2020 Honda HR-V review of your own.