One of the most successful models of Honda recently just landed in the Chilean market. After conquering Japan and the US, the smallest crossover signature promises quality, spacious interior and many equipment options.
H ntil now only had on his Honda CR-V offers a very balanced medium SUV but a big deal for some consumers. With the new HR-V product range with a vehicle that falls squarely within one of the hottest segments is completed.
At least for now concerned can only acquire with a petrol engine with 1.8 liters and 141 hp power associated with a six-speed manual transmission or an automatic CVT type. In addition you can choose between front- or all-wheel drive , the latter being something not so common in this segment (eg Peugeot 2008 and Renault Captur can not have it).
The range is structured in three trim levels: LX, EX and EXL . The first already includes stability control, ABS, EBD, dual front airbags, electric handbrake , power steering, Air conditioning , four electric windows, closing command computer trip CD MP3 radio, Bluetooth, USB port, alloy wheels of 17 inches and hill-start assistant.
The EX adds to the above level control speed limiter , fog lights, multifunction steering wheel, five-inch multifunction display, rear view camera Eco Assist system , shift paddles on the steering wheel and specific upholstery.
Finally the sum EXL AWD, side and curtain airbags, Full LED optics access system and keyless start, special alloy wheels electric sunroof , clean variables, leather upholstery, mirrors with integrated and automatic climate control .
Recommended prices for Chile are as follows:
- 1.8i 16v 141 hp 6MT 2WD LX 15.49 million pesos ($ 22,641)
- 141 hp 1.8i 16v LX 2WD CVT 16.49 million pesos ($ 24,103)
- 1.8i 16v 141 hp 2WD CVT EX 17.99 million pesos ($ 26,295)
- 1.8i 16v 141 hp 4WD CVT EXL 19.99 million pesos ($ 29,214)
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