Meet Honda HR-V Sport. It is powered by almost the same turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder, which is available in the new Civic, which is good for 180 hp and up to 177 lb-ft torque due to transmission. In what way you can get a six-speed manual or CVT. Sounds pretty sweet, right? It’s actually, but here’s the problem: it’s not for America.
Honda has just released some photos and details about her new HR-V Sport, a European single little crossover, so to speak. It also has upgraded bumps and some visual improvements like black wheels, slightly more aggressive body and more supportive seats with black and dark red attire. For us, it sounds like it would make the ideal HR-V here in the United States, but from now on there are no plans to take it abroad.