The wind of change at Honda has been sweeping since the middle of last year. This year however, we get to enjoy a full 12 months of two new and very important models, the Fit and the CR-V, as well as the introduction of a brand new model, the Honda HR-V.

2015 Honda CR-V

Introduced last autumn, the CR-V adopts for 2015 Earth Dreams technology. Powered by a 2.4 L four-cylinder engine, it offers 185 hp and significant gains in torque. It also gets a new CVT automatic transmission in order to significantly improve fuel consumption. In order to refine the product, the CR-V gets a host of exterior improvements that are immediately noticeable, like the LED lights that surround the headlights.

2015 Honda Fit

The small Fit was introduced last year as a 2015 model with a host of improvements and modifications. It retains the compact proportions of the previous-generation car while adopting a friendly and innovative look.

Mechanically, the focus is on low fuel consumption with the introduction of a newL4 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine with direct injection. Offering 130 horsepower, it is one of the most powerful in the subcompact segment. The engine can be combined with a six-speed manual of a new, fuel-efficient CVT automatic transmission.

The Fit is not just a means of urban transport. It shines with its versatile design. With a spacious interior and the various configurations offered by the Magic Seat system, the Fit is truly a practical car regardless of its size.

2015 Honda HR-V

Honda has always strived to be innovative, and the Japanese automaker will launch later this year the brand new Honda HR-V, a vehicle that will compete in a growing class of small, urban SUVs designed for those who need a lot of space but do not want a vehicle that is too bulky or difficult to navigate in the city.

The new HR-V showcases a well-proportioned design that is beautiful from every angle. Built on the platform of the Honda Fit, it will offer a practical and spacious interior offering a host of different configurations so you can haul basically anything.

Powered by a 1.8 liter, four-cylinder engine, the Honda HR-V can be mated to a six-speed manual or a competent CVT automatic transmission. It is also possible to order the HR-V with front-wheel drive or AWD. Standard features include a rearview camera, heated seats and Bluetooth.

Honda’s 2015 model lineup keeps the focus on fuel economy and practicality, without sacrificing reliability or the fun you can have behind the wheel. To learn more, contact us today at Palladino Honda.