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  • 2019 Honda HR-V
    RM 1,451/Month RM 108,800

Key Highlights

Handsome styling Right-sized crossover Good driving dynamics
Spacious interior with plenty of storage spaces Versatile rear seats, similarly easy to use like Ultra seat Electric handbrake and 'brake hold' ease burden in stop and go traffic

Overview

Honda Malaysia offers the Honda HR-V in four variants – E, V, RS and Hybrid priced at RM108,800, RM118,800, RM124,800 and RM120,800 respectively. It competes with compact crossovers like the Mazda CX-3, Mitsubishi ASX and Peugeot 2008.

In terms of features, all HR-V variants come with same design 17-inch alloy wheels 215/55 series tires, auto headlights, front and rear fog lamps, LED rear combination lights, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, power adjustable and retractable side mirrors and folding rear seats.

Reverse sensors, emergency stop signals, hill start assist, vehicle stability assist, ABS with EBD and Brake Assist and electronic parking brake are standard across the line-up. Airbag count is six on all variants.

All new Honda models come with a 5-year, unlimited mileage warranty and even free labour fees at certain service intervals. 

Learn more:

ACOTY : How does the HR-V fare against the CX-3 and XV

Review : Honda HR-V - How is it like living with one everyday?

Honda HR-V scores 5 stars in ASEAN NCAP safety rating

Honda HR-V officially launched, priced from RM100k, in 3 variants

November

Offer from 1st to 30th November 2019
Cash option

RM2,000 (1.8E, V, RS) or RM6500 (1.5 HEV)

Service voucher or cash option

RM2,000 (1.8E, V, RS) or RM3500 (1.5 HEV)

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Key Details

  • Body Type: SUV
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1496 cc - 1799 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol/hybrid
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 108,800 - RM 124,800

Variations

2019 Honda HR-V 1.8 E

From RM 108,800

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2019 Honda HR-V 1.8L V

From RM 118,800

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2019 Honda HR-V 1.8L RS

From RM 124,800

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2019 Honda HR-V 1.5L Hybrid

From RM 120,800

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Key Details

  • Body Type: SUV
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1496 cc - 1799 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol/hybrid
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 108,800 - RM 124,800

Reviews

  • Arvind

    20 Oct 2017

    2017 Honda HR-V - Versus 2015 Honda HR-V

    Approximately two years ago, I had the privilege of sampling the much anticipated Honda HR-V in Thailand, roughly two months before it was due to be launched in Malaysia. All it took was a scenic drive down from Chiang Rai back into Chiang Mai, and a leisurely cruise within the city, roughly one hour of driving - I was smitten.

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User Review of Honda HR-V

4.5 Excellent
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Showing 8 reviews sorted by Latest Year
5 Excellent
Foo
Owner of 2018 Honda HR-V

The new facelifted Honda HR-V

The facelifted HR-V may look little to no difference between the last one, but as you step in the car the seats material has been improved with half leather and fabric. For me this further enhances the comfort especially with long journeys, next you’ll see and feel that the whole interior is covered with soft touch and also leather, my favourite part was the door panel. Now as soon as you go through the first bump, you can feel that it’s not the same as the previous ones where it's like poking you around your seat, it smoother out the bump and you feel more relaxing to drive, so much so that the passenger fell asleep when I arrive at the destination. Spiritual driving is not really suitable for this car though as it’s a crossover with an amount of body-roll and if you hit a minor pothole, you’ll hear that the whole cabin fitting making a little rattling sound. I wish Honda should added more dampening to the interior, this issue bothers me a lot. For highway travel, it’s surprisingly an excellent cruiser, plus with cruise control just set it and lift off your feet. For me, this CVT transmission is killing the capability of a NA 1.8, it’s just like a heavy anchor is at the back of the car, even when using the paddle shifter and sport mode. If you look other side of the story the, CVT does really help the consumption, literally took my 5 days to visit a petrol station once and I wasn’t even pumping on full tank. Practicality was always (hope forever) a Honda strong point, it allows you to move your whole furniture, also the exclusive ultra seats where at back back of the seats, the bottom will fold upwards to give you option to put your tall items, or you just want the coupe like feel. Lastly, the exterior is timeless and simply desire-able, I wouldn’t be mad if the next HR-V has the same look, at least for the silhouette, the two door design just works perfectly with crossover and the front looks very dynamic with the round shaped bumper. If there’s one thing I want to see is that change the rims design, not a bad rim but would prefer a more “3D” look to it. Thank you for your time.
1 person found this helpful
5 Excellent
Norman
Owner of 2017 Honda HR-V

Honda Hrv 2016

First model with Ruby Red and sport rim. Economical and easy maintenance. No complain so far after 2 and a half years of driving.
4 Very Good
Saifulazreen
Owner of 2016 Honda HR-V

Honda HRV 1.8 (A)

Very nice design, nice handling, worth for value.
1 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
HO
Owner of 2016 Honda HR-V

Own car experience

Save fuel average 6.8L 100KM, enough House power commence use , hill genting Highlands no problem.
4 Very Good
Liew
Owner of 2016 Honda HR-V

A very nice small form factor SUV.

Fuel efficiency is very well I manage to go more than 500KM per tank. The only thing I don't like about this car is it doesn't come with turbo, the hybrid is going to save a lot of fuel. For the price range at 120+K, I think this is the 2nd best car to buy. The first in my opinion is X70 from Proton since its larger and also very comfortable.
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