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The Most Common Honda HR-V Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Honda HR-V. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the HR-V

Back in 1998, Honda launched the HR-V as one of the earliest subcompact crossover SUV models at a time when the concept of such cars was still quite new. The first generation of HR-V models ran from 1998 to 2006, and was then revived in 2013 for a second generation, before a third generation was launched in 2021.

The HR-V has had and still has other names in different markets. In both Japan and China, for example, it is known as the Honda Vezel, and in China also as the Honda XR-V. The third-generation HR-V in North America is a larger model based on the 11th generation of the Honda Civic, which outside North America will be rebadged as the ZR-V.

The earliest HR-V models were powered by a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine paired with either a 5-speed manual transmission, or Honda’s Multimatic S. More engine options were made available for the launching of the second generation, including a petrol hybrid version with a 1.5L engine.

The latest version comes in 4 trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L. All of these trim levels have budget-friendly starting prices under $30,000, with the base-level LX starting at just $23,115, and the top-level EX-L starting at $27,915.

From the EX trim and upwards, standard features include heated front seats, sunroof, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, lane-keeping assist, and more. There’s a 7-inch infotainment system compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The HR-V is generally praised for its ride quality, though some reviewers have warned in the past that there is a lot of body roll when roads get rough and/or twisty. As a general family car for city or highway driving, however, it seems to serve very well, further augmented with Honda’s overall mechanical reliability.