Honda Reveals the 2015 HR-V

There have been hints and whispers of a new vehicle based on the Honda Fit coming for a while now, and finally at the New York Auto show our favorite Japanese automaker has given us a look at what it will be: the 2015 HR-V. Looking much like the Urban SUV Concept shown off at the Detroit Auto Show, it features some beautiful diamond-shaped headlights, a two-tiered grille, and even has the rear handles hidden nicely in the back pillar for a seamless look. Check out the short slideshow below to get a glance for yourself.



The HR-V doesn't have a release date yet but we do know that it will priced lower than the CR-V, as well as being smaller in size. Stay tuned into the blog for more details as they come, as we'll be sure to keep you updated. For more information on the currently available lineup of new Honda models, come visit us at Gwinnett Place Honda. Our Duluth, GA selection offers something for just about everyone.

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