2019 Honda HR-V in Newnan

The 2019 Honda HR-V is Perfect for Newnan Drivers Who Want a Lot for a Little

There's nothing wrong with shopping for value when it comes to cars--trying to get the absolute most for the money. It's why a lot of Georgia drivers choose the Honda brand in the first place. The new 2019 Honda HR-V is a great choice for local Newnan drivers who want something small (but not too small) with a lot of capability; something that can carpool like a champ but be comfortable and sporty enough for the perfect solo drive. For 2019, trim levels include Honda HR-V LX, all-new Sport, EX, EX-L, and all-new Touring.

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A Variety of Interiors

While the Honda HR-V is an affordable SUV option in the lineup, it's not some economy crossover. There are a variety of great interiors and options available on the new 2019 line of models--especially in the all-new Sport and Touring trims. There's something for everyone, from comfortable cloth to premium leather upholstery, dual-zone climate control to heated seats, and the incredible convenience of Honda's how-do-they-do-it Magic Seat. Standard cargo room in the back area offers 24.3 cubic of storage space, while folding the Magic Seat gives you up to 58.8 cubic feet. Opt for a one-touch power moonroof for a fresh new take on your commute.

2019 Honda HR-V Front Seat

New Sport Exterior Styling

Don't be fooled by the sleekly small exterior of the new 2019 Honda HR-V. A fiercely compact body hides a huge interior, and looks great in any environment. The bold look, especially when outfitted with the Sport trim's unique and exclusive blacked-out exterior accents at the grille and rear bumper, really set this small SUV apart from the competition.

Practical Performance That Doesn't Feel Small

A new change for 2019 comes in the form of a deletion. Throughout the Honda HR-V's short existence, its entry-level model has offered a standard manual transmission. This not only lowered the starting price of the base trim, it gave stick-shift fans the opportunity to embrace manual driving. However, for 2019, the manual option is replaced by the CVT on all trim levels. Front-wheel drive comes standard on all models, as well, though you can opt for an available All-Wheel-Drive System--which is something that not all crossovers in this class can claim. A standard 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine on the 2019 Honda HR-V is good for 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque.

2019 Honda HR-V Engine

Standard Safety and Connected Technology

Another new advancement for the 2019 MY is the inclusion of a Honda Sensing suite of safety features, standard on most models (EX and up). The suite includes adaptive cruise control, adaptive cruise control, collision mitigation braking, and lane-keeping assist. Standard tech features on the Honda HR-V include a five-inch display, though you can upgrade to a touchscreen for the infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and navigation with advanced voice recognition.