Honda welcomes the summer with updates for its two best selling crossovers: the Honda HR-V 2019 and the Honda Pilot 2019. First details and images of the two updated models have been revealed by the car maker which shows new technologies and changes for the exterior.
Speaking of the Honda HR-V 2019, it is complete in terms of safety features with Honda Sensing safety. Other safety features include adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, lane departure mitigation, and automatic emergency braking.
The Honda HR-V 2019 is complete in terms of safety features with Honda Sensing safety
The HR-V gets powered by a 1.8L 4-cylinder doling out 141 HP
2 new trim levels are added to the HR-V which are Sport and Touring. Both will come with a newly-updated Display Audio System consisting of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. The HR-V gets powered by a 1.8L 4-cylinder doling out 141 HP on a continuously variable transmission.
On the other hand, the Honda Pilot 2019 earns a new exterior styling look due to updates coming to the new wheel, lower diffuser, and the grille. Updates are also extended to the cabin with newly equipped technologies.
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The Honda Pilot 2019 earns a new exterior styling look
Updates are also extended to the cabin with newly equipped technologies
The 8-passenger crossover like the HR-V takes Honda Sensing and the new Display Audio System as standard. Aside from it, 4G LTE Wifi joins in the Pilot while the rear entertainment system and CabinTalk in-car PA system get upgrades.
Prices are not available yet; however, the two crossovers are due to hit the dealerships soon in a few weeks. To be more specific, the Honda Pilot 2019 will be launched in America on July 16 while it is on July 24 that the Honda HR-V 2019 gets ready to roll on roads.
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