When you’re behind the wheel of the Honda HR-V, you’re not just driving one vehicle; you’re really driving three. The multifaceted HR-V boasts the attributes of a compact vehicle, an SUV, and a hatchback all rolled into one, making this impressive vehicle ready for just about anything.
Vehicle occupants can make the most of the passenger room and cargo space available onboard the HR-V thanks to three versatile cargo configurations. A standard 60/40-split second-row Magic Seat, offered in each HR-V model, makes these easy-to-create configurations possible:
Long Mode: The HR-V’s Long Mode configuration is created by folding down the front and rear passenger-side seats inside the vehicle. This results in one connected, 8-foot-long space that can accommodate lengthy cargo that wouldn’t normally fit inside a vehicle, such as a surfboard or a ladder.
Tall Mode: When a taller cargo item needs to be transported, like a desk chair or a potted plant, Tall Mode can be deployed by folding up the cushions of the second-row Magic Seat to create almost 4 feet of space from the ceiling to the floor.
Utility Mode: Utility Mode opens up the maximum amount of cargo space available behind the front seats of the HR-V. Utility Mode is enabled by folding flat the second-row Magic Seat, which creates up to 58.8 cubic feet of cargo space for drivers and passengers to fill with luggage, gear, and anything else they need to transport. You’ll be amazed at what you can fit into this versatile vehicle!
The HR-V features seating for five, with up to 100.1 cubic feet of passenger volume for occupants to stretch out and get comfortable in.
Breaking down the individual passenger spaces within the vehicle, the HR-V offers 39.5 inches of front headroom when not equipped with a moonroof, 37.6 inches of front headroom with a moonroof, and 38.3 inches of rear headroom.
The HR-V further provides 41.2 inches of front legroom and 39.3 inches of rear legroom, along with 56.8 inches of front shoulder room and 54.5 inches of rear shoulder room.
Front hip room is 53.1 inches in the HR-V, and rear hip room is 47.4 inches.
Included among these, a high-deck center console with a sliding armrest and a storage compartment is offered in front, while door pocket storage bins are provided in the front and rear-seat areas to accommodate anything passengers need to tuck away.
In the cargo area, cargo tie-down anchors are provided to help keep items secure, and there’s even a garment hook on the driver’s side for conveniently hanging up coats and other clothing.