Honda HR-V Vs Honda CR-V Comparison

Honda HR-V
Honda HR-V
VS

Honda CR-V
Honda CR-V

This is Honda HR-V Vs Honda CR-V comparison for 2022. Based on price alone the Honda HR-V has literally crossed over into Honda CR-V pricing territory. As a result a comparison is certainly required as many would compare both during the buying process. So which one do we think it worth buying over the other?

Honda HR-V Vs Honda CR-V exterior comparison: We like the CRV styling and still looks contemporary by 2022 standards. The new HRV does not look related to CRV in fact the HRV has more in common with the last Mitsubishi Lancer liftback/hatchback. We are quite confident to predict that the HRV will not be selling based on looks.

Honda HR-V Vs Honda CR-V interior comparison: Both have quite different design languages. The CRV has a good looking well designed¬† interior, it feels good to be in. The HRV is a modern retro re-interpretation of older 70’s Honda designs with Zen like elements. It’s very similar to the new Honda Civic in terms of design. The HRV is surprisingly spacious for passengers despite the smaller size. Overall we prefer the CRV for some reason.

Honda HR-V Vs Honda CR-V drive report : N/A

Honda HR-V Vs Honda CR-V engines and tech comparison: The HR-V has all the latest safety and the optional hybrid engine option which takes the lead over the current but older but contemporary turbo petrol in the CRV. There is truly nothing ground breaking or exceptional about either car. That said the hybrid engine option on the HR-V makes it a winner on paper.

The conclusion and winner of the Honda HR-V Vs Honda CR-V comparison is the CR-V. The HR-V is expensive for what it is and it doesn’t help that it looks out of date. It may look to be a cure for other brands over indulgence of self claimed futuristic designs. The CR-V design still looks good inside and out but it is only mid-range grade CRV that is worth looking at due to it’s class average safety systems in 2022.

2023 Honda HR-V Honda CR-V
Engines
4 Cylinder – Petrol
1.5 Litre (1498cc)
DOHC VVT EFI
Claimed 89Kw @ 6600RPM
Claimed 145Nm @ 4300RPM
IL4 Cylinder – Petrol
DOHC DI IC Turbo
1.5 Litre (1498cc)
Claimed 140Kw @ 5600RPM
Claimed 240Nm @ 2000RPM
4 Cylinder – Petrol – Hybrid
1.5 Litre (1498cc)
DOHC VVT EFI Turbo
Claimed 96Kw @ 4000RPM
Claimed 253Nm @ 0 RPM
4 Cylinder – Petrol
2 Litre (1997cc)
SOHC VVT EFI
Claimed 113Kw @ 6500RPM
Claimed 189Nm @ 4300RPM
Weight
Kerb weight FROM 1267Kg
Towing capacity – None
Kerb weight FROM 1536-1610Kg
Towing capacity up to 1000-1500Kg
Fuel capacity & consumption
Up to 45 litres
IL4 1.5 Petrol 4.3 litres per 100km
IL4 1.5 Petrol Hybrid 5.8 litres per 100km
Up to 57 litres
1.5 Turbo Petrol: 7.3 litres per 100km
2.0 Petrol 7.6 litres per 100km
Other specifications
CVT Auto
Overall height/width 1590/1790
Overall length/wheelbase 4335/2610
4WD system: None
ANCAP Safety: x/x
CVT Auto
Overall height/width 1679/1855
Overall length/wheelbase 4596-4635/2660
Drive system: FWD or On Demand AWD
Capability
Angle of: (degrees)
Approach xx Departure xx Breakover xx
Ground clearance (unloaded) 195 mm
Water Fording depth xxmm Max
Angle of: (degrees)
Approach xx Departure xx Breakover xx
Ground clearance (unloaded) 198mm
Water Fording depth xxmm Max
Performance
Pricing
2023 $36,990 – 45,000 AUD
2021 $26,990 – 41,000 AUD
2020 $24,990 – 34,590 AUD
2017 $24,990 – 33,340 AUD
2022 $35,600 – 53,600 AUD
2021 $35,300 – $53,200 AUD
2019 $30,990 – $44,290 AUD
2017 $30,690 – $44,290 AUD
*Specs change due to model grade and configuration. Always check with the dealer for up to date pricing, specifications, on-road costs, accessories and specials etc.. everything as usual is subject to change!