QX30 is out if you're mexiphobic, will be built in a joint facility with a MERCEDES of all things 0Pretty flawed review. "GM pioneers"? So the Juke hasn't been on the market since 2011? That and the fact that they are tinny Korean models. And it's interesting that they don't discuss that the HRV is a year late because of manufacturing issues in Mexico. The Mexican build is why I would never consider an HRV. Still just between the CX-3 and the Juke for me. If I get a raise, maybe throw the Q3 or the future QX30.
The bad thing thou is that most of these long term reviews won't be available till early next yr..at best..A lot of great reviews out.
What i'll be more interested in are long-term reviews, where the HRV will really shine or get shot down.
I think edmunds is one of the only ones that give updates sooner than others with long term tests, seen them give long-term reviews as soon as a few months after release.The bad thing thou is that most of these long term reviews won't be available till early next yr..at best..
the HrV, looks decent from the inside but the interior really looks cheap.
That information bodes well for the HR-V's long-term reliability. Sharing parts with a proven design is a smart choice.2016 Honda HR-V pop up in our parts cataloging system at work, since its using the Civic engine most of the parts are carry over..oil, air and plugs...