Honda HR-V Car Insurance
US News ranks the Honda HR-V in the top 3 Subcompact SUVs on the market. Looking at how many SUVs there are out there (and how much Americans love their big cars) even getting into the top ten is no small feat.
The 2018 model comes with a 5-inch LCD color screen, Bluetooth compatibility and a rearview camera. Pretty advanced technology for one of the lower-priced SUVs on the market.
The Honda HR-V comes in between $20,000 – $25,000, depending which specification you choose. Comparable to the Ford EcoSport, Ford Escape or Nissan Kicks, the HR-V falls in the lower end of the pricing spectrum.
Unfortunately, the engine is where the HR-V falls behind. The HR-V’s 1.8L engine means its 0-60 mph is 9.3 seconds (Car and Driver), almost 1.5 seconds slower than the new Nissan Kicks.
Honda HR-V Quick Facts
- The Honda HR-V is a new kid on the block, only on the US market since 2013
- It has been so popular that Honda was able to increase production by 20% in 2015, despite the new car industry falling 20%
- Forever in the shadow of the more established CR-V, the Honda CR-V outsells the HR-V 4 to 1
If you don’t want the bulk of the Honda Pilot but the Honda Fit feels a little snug, then the HR-V is an easy choice. You know what else is easy? Comparing Honda HR-V car insurance with Compare.com. Enter your information just once and compare real prices from top insurers across the US. Start comparing now and see how much you could save!