Most drivers need to stay connected to their phone for work or family reasons, and Honda has done their best to make that easy and intuitive with the HR-V’s standard and available connectivity features. With Bluetooth, HondaLink, and more, the HR-V has you covered:
Bluetooth: Standard Bluetooth HandsFreeLink lets you easily pair a smartphone or other device for streaming; after pairing, the HR-V will recognize the device and connect automatically for a seamless experience.
USB Audio Interface: Plug in your flash drive, portable hard drive, MP3 player, or smartphone and pick a driving soundtrack from your entire library of music with the HR-V’s standard USB audio interface.
Display Audio: A 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen is found on EX and EX-L Navi trim levels, bringing a high-resolution display to the dash of the HR-V and giving you easy control over vehicle and infotainment settings.
HondaLink: Honda’s advanced telematics system can be had on the HR-V, bridging the gap between smartphone and crossover to easily stream podcasts, Internet radio, and music; read from your social media feed; and make appointments for maintenance and service.
Navigation: The HR-V EX-L Navi features a satellite-linked navigation system built into the vehicle—no more relying on apps—complete with touchscreen, voice controls, and a system that routes around traffic jams and directs toward possible points of interest.
A modern vehicle makes lives easier in quite a few ways that Milwaukee drivers expect, but we think you might be surprised at how certain 2017 Honda HR-V technology features make things more convenient:
Smart Entry: This available feature lets the crossover know if your keys are near, letting you simply walk up to the door handle and open up the car. When you’ve reached your destination, just press a button on the door handle to lock up.
Push-Button Start: With the HR-V able to detect when your key fob is near, the available push-button start system means your keys can stay firmly buried in a pocket or purse after using Smart Entry. Just rev the crossover to life with the push of a button.
Center Console: More than just a spacious place to set keys, wallet, and phone, the center console features charging ports to keep your gadgets charged up to full while streaming.
Heated Seating: Wisconsin winters will never feel the same again after you’ve felt the comfort of the HR-V’s available heated seating, warming driver and front passenger seats with two different heat settings.
Steering Wheel–Mounted Controls: Take control of your cruise settings, driving soundtrack, hands-free phone calls, and more without ever taking your hands off of the wheel.
While the convenience and connectivity features are impressive, we’re most fond of the way the 2017 Honda HR-V technology features address safety. In addition to standards like Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure, three-point seat belts for all five seats, and an array of airbags, you’ll find the following standard and available features:
All-Wheel Drive: Few features give you as much control and peace of mind as all-wheel drive does, and Honda’s drivetrain uses an intelligent traction monitoring system that directs engine torque where it’s needed, when it’s needed, for max fuel efficiency.
Rearview Camera: A multi-angle rearview camera is standard on each HR-V, giving drivers a top-down, wide, and standard view of what’s behind the crossover for more convenient backing up and parking.
Honda LaneWatch: Found on EX and higher trims, Honda LaneWatch is a blind-spot camera system that uses a camera mounted on the passenger-side mirror to reveal a wider view of the blind spot. Just signal to change lanes or press a button to see what LaneWatch sees on the in-dash screen.