2021 Honda HR-V Winchester VA

2021 Honda HR-V at CMA’s Honda of Winchester

Liven up your life a little, and get yourself a 2021 Honda HR-V. This is an SUV that you will never grow bored of, and that will always get you the kind of capability you need to live your life to the fullest. There are even some new additions in the 2021 model year, including new wheels on the Sport trim and above, and even rear privacy glass. You’ll still find a roomy interior, available Honda Sensing, and all of the reliability that Honda offers year in and year out. Are you interested in finding out more? Keep reading down below as we tell you more information about the 2021 Honda HR-V and what it can offer you. There are no weak points on this SUV, just excitement.


Honda Genuine Accessories

Make the HR-V uniquely yours with a selection of accessories.

Honeycomb Grille

The black honeycomb pattern adds aggression and attitude.



Everything you need is within reach, including the steering wheel-mounted controls.

Seating for Five

The HR-V interior was designed to accommodate, with room for five.


All-Wheel Drive

The Real Time AWD with Intelligent Control System can send power to all four wheels.

Apple CarPlay Integration

Connect to your iPhone with Apple CarPlay Integration.

2021 Honda HR-V Lineup


  • Rearview camera
  • Bluetooth
  • 17-inch alloy wheels


  • Apple CarPlay
  • Dual-mode paddle shifters
  • 18-inch alloy wheels


  • Honda Sensing
  • Heated front seats
  • Power moonroof


  • Leather-trimmed seats
  • Auto-dimming mirror
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel

What engine powers the 2021 HR-V?

The first place we always start when telling people about Honda vehicles is the engine that is underneath the hood. This is the best way to really figure out if this is the right SUV for your needs or not. One standard engine is in charge of getting you where you need to go. This engine is a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder, which outputs as much as 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. Paired with this engine is a continuously variable transmission, which is excellent for matching with this engine and getting the most out of it. Front-wheel drive is standard, though you can opt for all-wheel drive instead, depending on your own personal needs. There is no wrong decision to make here.

What features come with the HR-V?

While we understand that power is important, that doesn’t tell you the entire story about the 2021 HR-V. You need to make sure that you are also looking at the trim lineup, and all of the features that are available here. The base trim, LX, comes with a four-speaker audio system, a 50/40-split/fold rear Magic Seat, Bluetooth, and 17-inch alloy wheels. The Sport trim comes in with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, roof rails, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, fog lights, and a seven-inch touchscreen. The highest available trim is EX-L, which comes out with leather seating surfaces, a 180-watt audio system, a self-dimming rearview mirror, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel/shift knob.

What does the HR-V have for safety?

What Honda is very well known for besides reliability is safety. That’s why it’s time to discuss the kind of safety features that you will be able to get with this vehicle. You’ll be getting six standard airbags, which ensures that you and your passengers remain safe if a crash is to happen. You can also add in Honda Sensing, which includes adaptive cruise control, forward-collision mitigation, lane-keeping assistance, and automatic emergency braking. Another huge perk is Honda LaneWatch, which the EX has available.

2021 Honda HR-V at CMA’s Honda of Winchester

After learning more about the 2021 Honda HR-V, it’s time to figure out if this is the right vehicle for all of your needs. Stop by CMA’s Honda of Winchester today and check out all of the Honda HR-V models we have available on our lot. There is a lot to love here, and we are determined to find your right match.


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