The 2023 HR-V has many design changes over the previous generation. It features a low horizontal beltline that begins with the extended hood and continues over the rear fenders, giving the car a greater road presence. The all-new HR-V is also 2.6 inches wider and 9.4 inches longer than the previous generation. This, paired with updated wide-set headlights and taillights give the car a wide stance. To wrap it all together, the HR-V features a large and expressive grille, surrounded by functional air-curtain inlets.
The 2023 HR-V has undergone major improvements in ride, handling, and overall refinement. The wheelbase has been extended for a smoother ride and the wider tracks allow increased stability on the road. Powering the all-new HR-V is the tried and true 2.0-liter engine producing 158-horsepower. The standard continuously variable automatic transmission has been reengineered for improved power delivery, refinement, and engine sound.