The 2017 Honda HR-V Limited Edition is based on the entry-level VTi variant
According to Honda Australia, the extras for the HR-V Limited Edition contain: a new set of 17-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, side steps, smart keyless entry, push button start and roof rails.
The car comes with a new set of 17-inch alloy wheels
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“Honda’s limited edition models have proven to be a popular addition to our regular offers, particularly for customers who are cross-shopping against other brands and looking for a great deal. […] So we’re confident this new model will enable Honda to compete aggressively and maintain the HR-V’s sales momentum throughout 2017.” Stephen Collins - Honda Australia Director said in his statement.
Push button start of the 2017 Honda HR-V Limited Edition
Driving the HR-V is an extremely efficient 1.8-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with 141 hp and 172 Nm of torque, coupled with a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
Side steps of the 2017 Honda HR-V Limited Edition
The 2017 Honda HR-V limited version is available in four finish options: Morpho Blue and White Orchid Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic and Modern Steel Metallic.
The 2017 Honda HR-V Limited is on sale now in Australia. It’s expected to directly compete with the Toyota C-HR and the Hyundai KONA. Latest updates on upcoming Honda cars can be found in our Complete guide to the Honda Philippines' local lineup.
Know more about Honda HR-V 2021
The Honda Cars Philippines Inc. introduced its new-generation subcompact crossover Honda HR-V for the local market. The crossover is configured to suit the comfort of a sedan, confidence, and toughness of an SUV. Its name stands for High Rider Vehicle. It served as an all-around coupe for individuals looking for a vehicle with high ground clearance, excellent road visibility, and complete safety features. It is also equipped with massive cargo space, wide tailgate, and similar Utility Long and Tall (ULT) seats established on the Honda Jazz that enables it to configure the cargo when loading or unloading highly. The new Honda HR-V is developed based on the concept of the brand's "Dynamic Cross Solid," making it acquire SUV-like lower body and strong cues of coupe-like 'aero-cabin' on the outside. At the front, the Honda HR-V comes with a solid wing face design with unified lights and grille, LED dual projector headlights, and LED daytime running lights (DRL). Standard sporty 17-inch alloy wheels are found across the range as well. In addition, the car's 1.8-liter i-VTEC engine that can be found under its hood produces a maximum 141 hp power output and torque power of 172 Nm.