‘Sports’ util­ity

Wheels (Australia) - - Showroom -

The ad­di­tion of a new RS spec takes the newly facelifted Honda HR-V line-up to four vari­ants. Start­ing at $24,990 for the VTI-L, the HR-V runs to $34,590 for the top-spec VTILX, with Honda’s City-brake Ac­tive Sys­tem now stan­dard across the range. The $31,990 RS, like the other vari­ants, is pow­ered by a 1.8-litre four with a CVT auto and front drive – the sole driver-ori­ented up­grade is new vari­able-ra­tio steer­ing. Vis­ually, The RS gets 18-inch al­loys, a black chrome grille and hon­ey­comb lower grille and fog gar­nish, black mir­ror caps, and a piano black body kit. In­side, there are leather-ap­pointed seats (heated in the front), a leather steer­ing wheel and gear knob, and sports ped­als.

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