2015 Honda HRV Crossover Fit: Uncomfortably Great

The Honda HRV Crossover Fit is the next vehicle in line for a release and it will come with a unique design. Based on the original Honda Fit, the HRV Crossover Fit combines the hatchback with the HR-V compact SUV; all while being structured as a coupe.

In detail, the HRV Crossover Fit is to come with 4-doors but the rear 2 doors are made to be hidden from the naked eye. Even the rear door handles are well covered to hide the rear 2 doors. Also, the HRV Crossover Fit will be coming with a roofline that slopes steeply at the rear section of the vehicle. This results in an overall coupe look but it comes at the cost of comfort.

Apparently, the coupe features actually reduced the head room and shoulder room for the rear passengers. The leg room, on the other hand, has a measurement that is identical to the original Honda Fit. However, this is made possible through reducing the rear cargo space.

Regardless, the Honda HRV Crossover Fit is expected to perform well while also being fuel efficient at the same time. The hatch is confirmed to weigh at only 2100lbs and it will be driven with a CVT transmission as a standard. There will also be a 6-speed manual transmission for consumers to opt for.

The Honda HRV Crossover Fit will be retailing from $16,000 and prices are capped at $21,000.

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