The incredibly versatile HR-V is like three vehicles rolled into one, delivering the very best attributes of a compact vehicle, an SUV, and a hatchback all in one superb model. Among these incredible qualities is the HR-V’s impressive interior roominess.
The HR-V offers three cargo configurations that enable drivers to create the passenger and cargo space necessary to meet the changing needs of each trip. The 60/40-split second-row Magic Seat that comes standard in each HR-V model helps make this outstanding flexibility possible.
When you have a cargo item that is on the tall side, Tall Mode can be created by folding up the cushions of the Magic Seat to create almost 4 feet of space from the ceiling to the floor. Potted plants, stacked boxes, and any other tall cargo will now fit in with ease.
Full cargo space behind the front row is opened up when Utility Mode is activated. By folding the Magic Seat flat to the floor, up to 58.8 cubic feet of cargo volume is created for drivers to utilize however they need to. You may not think a compact vehicle would be much help when you’re moving to a new home, for instance, but you’ll be amazed at how many moving boxes and other items can be packed into the HR-V when it’s in Utility Mode!
Using the second-row Magic Seat, drivers and passengers are also sure to come up with their own configuration combinations. Whatever your need, there’s a configuration to help accommodate it!
In addition to all that versatile cargo room, the HR-V also has convenient storage nooks and accessories that come standard throughout the interior.
A high-deck center console with a sliding armrest and a storage compartment provides a handy space up front, and there are also door pocket storage bins in the front and back as well as a passenger-side seatback pocket.
In the cargo area, cargo tie-down anchors help drivers secure their items safely for travel, and a driver’s-side garment hook helps keep clothing from getting wrinkled during the journey.
In terms of spaciousness to accommodate passengers onboard the HR-V, this impressive crossover SUV serves up seating for five and up to 100.1 cubic feet of passenger volume for vehicle occupants to stretch out and get comfortable in.
Individual passenger spaces inside the HR-V further give the people onboard plenty of room to get comfy. Front head space in the HR-V, for instance, is 39.5 inches without a moonroof and 37.6 inches with a moonroof, and headroom in the rear is 38.3 inches.
Legroom for the passengers in the HR-V is 41.2 inches up front and 39.3 inches in the back. Shoulder room is 56.8 inches up front and 54.5 inches in the rear, and hip room is 53.1 inches for the front occupants and 47.4 inches in back.