Tall Reviewer Hopes Honda HR-V Stands for Head Room Vehicle: Driver Tribe
Overall, I really liked the interior. I think it’s my favorite part of the car.
Comfortable seating, sophisticated looks, and a well-thought-out center stack are all check marks in the “win” column for Bill. He dug the HR-V during his time driving and reviewing the vehicle at Troy Honda. And, aside from the under-powered engine, most of the vehicle landed in his personal “win” column.
Bill is 6’5” and seemed to have no comfort issues when driving. Headroom and legroom were both ample. When he crawled into the back seat — a typical problem area for tall people — he noted that there was plenty of legroom. Not bad, Honda, not bad. I guess, for Bill, HR-V does stand for “Head Room Vehicle.”
Being in the Driver Tribe, Bill was also testing HR-V for how it handled around town. Aside from the lack of power, he enjoyed driving HR-V. It’s no sports car, but that’s not why you buy HR-V anyway.
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