The 2016 Honda HR-V has been named "2016 Green SUV of the Year" by U.S. magazine, Green Car Journal.
The "Green SUV of the Year" award recognizes the all-new HR-V for its class-leading environmental performance – a top fuel economy rating of (US) 35 mpg highway1
(2WD CVT) and additional designation as an Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle (LEV2 ULEV).
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The 2016 HR-V is the third Honda brand vehicle honored by the magazine in the past five years, joining prior Green Car of the Year Award winners, the 2012 Civic Natural Gas and the 2014 Accord.
The 2016 HR-V is available with an all-new continuously variable transmission (CVT) that delivers both fuel efficiency and fun-to-drive performance at a high level.
When equipped with the available CVT, the HR-V has an EPA city/highway fuel economy rating of (US) 28/35 mpg when equipped with front-wheel drive, and (US) 27/32 mpg when equipped with Real Time AWD.
With a six-speed manual transmission and front-wheel drive, the HR-V has an EPA city/highway fuel economy rating of (US) 25/34 mpg.
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