Satellite navigation is now fitted as standard equipment on all grades in the HR-V line-up, from the entry level VTi, all the way through the range to the top-of-the-line VTi-L with Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS).
Built into an updated audio system with 7.0-inch colour touchscreen, the addition of satellite navigation as standard equipment right across the HR-V line-up, particularly on the entry-level VTi, will ensure it maintains its competitive advantage in the small SUV market.
“Not only has the HR-V been the top selling model in the Honda range for the past two years, but it is also one of the top selling small SUVs on the market, consistently ranking in the top three sellers in what continues to be an ultra-competitive segment,” Honda Australia Director, Mr. Stephen Collins said.
“But more importantly for the Honda Australia business, HR-V continues to strike a chord with private buyers, where it leads the Small SUV segment with almost 83 per cent of its total sales over the past 12 months coming from the private sector.”
The Manufacturer’s List Price (MLP) for all grades of HR-V remains unchanged for the 17YM line-up, despite the addition of integrated satellite navigation as standard equipment.
The 2017 Year Model Honda HR-V will go on sale around Australia during May.
For more information on the new Honda HR-V, go to www.honda.com.au/cars
Honda HR-V 17YM pricing
|VTi||1.8 CVT||$ 24,990|
|VTi-S||1.8 CVT||$ 27,990|
|VTi-L||1.8 CVT||$ 33,340|
|VTi-L with ADAS||1.8 CVT||$ 34,340|
* Manufacturer’s List Price (MLP) excludes Dealer Delivery and statutory charges. Metallic/Pearlescent paint additional cost.