|The time our long-term Honda HR-V didn't get into an accident I was driving|
The time our long-term Honda HR-V didn't get into an accident
I was driving
Otomotif Review - our long-term 2016 Honda HR-V to its final daylight at the Autoblog office when a Kia Sephia in front of me smacked the curb and spun into traffic. The operator overcorrected and the car hopped back over the curb. I could basically find potential impacts I was facing down as I stomped on the dampers. The HR-V stopped seconds ahead of what would have been a two-car accident. It was another non-event in its time with us.
Luckily, the girl in the Kia was all right, though her Sephia might not journey again. I was penalty very, obviously. The occurrence renewed my ebullience for the little crossover. Yes, there are more impressively equipped vehicles in the compact-CUV segment, some of which will apply the dampers for you when they sense an impending collision, but the Honda HR-V is great for what it is- a sturdy, efficient, and versatile gondola with good fuel economy and a low sticker price. Vehicle lovers are vocal about CUV burnout, as one after the other affects the market, but frankly, these vehicles aren't for the gearheads. They're for people who think of their vehicles as tools that enhance their daily lives. The HR-V is a fine and dandy tool, one that those peskies, anti-car millennials will find attractive as they start to buy houses and start households while grappling with paying down student credit debt.
The time our long-term Honda HR-V didn't get into an accident I was driving
There's a rationalization the HR-V beats the related Honda Fit in sales month after month, and we viewed it first mitt. The HR-V was the workhorse of the Autoblog office. This unassuming CUV has been through a lot over the past time. I applied it when I moved three times in the past six months. I was surprised was discovered that a CUV based on the minuscule Fit could pack away so much stuff. When I lastly escaped the repetition of crummy, law-flouting landlords, the HR-V was private vehicles that carried the first loading of stuff to my very first house.
Of course, the CVT is nothing to write residence about but the overall driving dynamics aren't actually bad. And, as I learned that last morning with the HR-V, it has no problem going from 45 mph to a dead stop when you need it to.
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Source : autoblog.com