The 2019 model of the HR-V has had a slight cosmetic overhaul and some added technology features. But the six-speed manual transmission will no longer be available in 2019—you read that right! Although the HR-V is losing its manual transmission, it will now be available in Sport and Touring versions.
Inside HR-V’s cabin, the biggest change is the new Display Audio touch-screen entertainment system that includes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
That’s not all: the HR-V features the Honda Sensing driver-assistance technologies, which include automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, road departure mitigation and adaptive cruise control.
Interested? Stay tuned, the arrival of the HR-V 2019 will be announced this fall!
In the meantime, here are the first images of Honda’s crossover.