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2015 Honda HRV is Redesigned
2015 Honda HRV is Redesigned, Introducing the 2015 Honda HR-V, a dynamic, fuel-efficient small SUV with sleek styling and next-generation connectivity. This all-new vehicle recently made its world debut at the New York Auto Show. Its clean character lines are complemented by hidden rear door handles, giving the SUV a sporty presence.2015 Honda HR-V SUVThe 2015 Honda HR-V is built on a unique center-tank layout and offers a versatile, spacious interior. It’s equipped with the Honda-exclusive Magic Seat®, so you can fold the second-row seat completely flat for added cargo space and greater flexibility. Smaller than the CR-V, the 2015 Honda HR-V SUV is an ideal size for both city streets and mountain roads.The 2015 Honda HR-V in the flesh earlier this year at the New York Auto Show, the global model is currently in its final testing phase before it arrives to the United States and European dealerships. This almost production-ready prototype our carparazzi spotted in the Alps marks the first time the cheeky CUV has been caught on film in Europe.

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