Honda HR-V 1.6 VTEC 5dr Reviews
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Newest Review: ... other month and its excellent, while other cars were skidding to get going my Honda just managed well, its also great at ... more
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Customer Honda HR-V 1.6 VTEC 5dr Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/01/09 (Very useful, 427 readings)
I dont have much money, so always had rubbish cars so when my vectra kept getting electrical faults that couldnt be resolved I decided to buy myself a newer car, So I got a loan out for £4,000 and started looking around. We are a family of 4, 2 adults and 2 toddlers so I needed something with a spacious boot to fit all the clobber in that comes with having children. When I first saw the car I was impressed with how spacious the seats were at the front and the back, also the driving view is excellent and I can see very clearly out of my wing mirrors. The back seats consist of really 2 big seats rather then 3, which isnt a problem as we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/02, updated on 21/12/02 (Useful, 704 readings)
I bought a used 2001 HR-V VTEC Five Door in November 2002 - I love it. The VTEC engine works hard, revs high, and responds very quickly. You need to "drive" it - use the gears and don't be frightened of thrashing it - it's happy up to 7,000 rpm - it's the top end power that lets you pull away and overtake in the hills. I drive across the Pennines in North Yorkshire/Lancs several times a week. I feel prepared for the bad weather - and the 4WD "when you need it" is just what I need - it was one of the reasons I bought the car. The steering is direct with plenty of feedback. You feel in touch with the road and ... Read the complete review
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