2018 Honda HR-V
Honda HR-V RS. Photo: Supplied
Dom Tripolone | Jun, 20 2018 | 0 Comments

Honda expands city SUV range as part of refreshed 2018 line-up. 

The Japanese brand has added autonomous emergency braking as standard across the entire HR-V range, bringing the vehicle in to line with competitors like the Mazda CX-3. 

On top of the expanded safety kit Honda has also added a new sporty RS grade to it local line-up. 

Honda has not released pricing for the new model but it will standout from the pack with silver and black 18-inch alloy wheels, black body kit, leather sports seats and steering wheel, black mirror caps, LED front fog lights, honeycomb grille and RS badging. The RS is also available in an exclusive pearlescent orange colour. 

Power for the RS comes from the same 1.8-litre four-cylinder that makes 105kW and 172Nm that is matched to a CVT automatic transmission. The RS has had its suspension tweaked and front stabiliser bars added. 

Prices and full specification will be revealed closer to the car's launch date. 

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