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.




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.


http://images.dealer.com/autodata/us/640/2019/USC90HOS072B0/USC90HOS072B021011.jpghttp://images.dealer.com/autodata/us/640/2019/USC90HOS072B0/USC90HOS072B021018.jpg
http://images.dealer.com/autodata/us/640/2019/USC90HOS072B0/USC90HOS072B021012.jpg

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.

http://images.dealer.com/autodata/us/640/2019/USC90HOS072B0/USC90HOS072B021025.jpg
http://images.dealer.com/autodata/us/640/2019/USC90HOS072B0/USC90HOS072B021013.jpg

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.

true true true true true true true true true true true true true true