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2017 Honda HR-V Limited Edition on sale, $28,990 drive away

Honda Australia has announced the release of a new HR-V Limited Edition model. The 2017 Honda HR-V Limited Edition adds $3600 worth of additional style and convenience features.

The HR-V Limited Edition adds 17-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, side steps, smart keyless entry, push button start, and roof rails. Despite the added kit, the HR-V Limited Edition sees a small $1425 price premium over the regular HR-V VTi (on which it is based). The HR-V Limited Edition has a manufacturer’s list price of $28,990 drive away.

Honda Australia Director, Mr. Stephen Collins, said:

“Honda’s limited edition models have proven to be a popular addition to our regular offers, particularly for customers who are cross-shopping against other brands and looking for a great deal.

“In the competitive Small SUV segment, the Honda HR-V Limited Edition outpoints its key rivals with a set of higher value-for-money features they simply can’t match, on top of the recent 2017 Year Model update that added satellite navigation as standard equipment on all HR-V variants.

“So we’re confident this new model will enable Honda to compete aggressively and maintain the HR-V’s sales momentum throughout 2017.”

The 2017 Honda HR-V Limited Edition is available in four colours: Morpho Blue and White Orchid (pearlescent), and Lunar Silver and Modern Steel (metallic).

All Honda HR-V models come with a 1.8-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine that produces 105kW and 172Nm. Despite the HR-V’s high, SUV-like stance, all models are front-wheel drive and come standard with a constantly variable transmission (there is no manual variant).

Honda has sold more than 28,000 HR-Vs worldwide since launching the subcompact crossover SUV in February 2015.

All Honda vehicles are covered by a three-year 100,000 km warranty, as well as a six-year rust perforation warranty and a three-year paint warranty.

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Josh Bennis

Josh has worked within the automotive journalism landscape for the best part of a decade. He's driven everything from a 1972 Mazda 808 station wagon to an Aston Martin DBS. Josh's job is to make sure New Vehicle Buyer readers remain informed and entertained on a daily basis.

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