Selection and search of tire size by model Hr-v (gh). Table of standard, factory tire sizes Honda
The release of the HONDA HR-V (GH) model was carried out from 1999 to 2019.
Table of factory and suitable tire sizes for HONDA HR-V (GH).
Choose appropriate trim of Honda Hr-v (gh):
In 2018, the Japanese manufacturer announced an updated version of the Honda HR-V. In fact, the model is the first planned restyling of the second generation, which debuted back in 2015. From a technical point of view, the new product does not differ much from its predecessor. She received a redrawn interior, a few additional options and a few cosmetic changes. First of all, I would like to note the angular elongated headlights. From now on, they boast full LED fillings as well as an automatic adjustment system. The radiator grille received a thickened chrome trim with the manufacturer's logo and a slightly different design for the air intake. It is covered with a black plastic mesh with many elongated hexagonal meshes. As for the rear, it boasts a small spoiler with a strip of brake lights and other design of the parking sensors. Honda HRV is a compact five-seater city crossover. Its overall dimensions are: length 4295 mm, width 1773 mm, height 1605 mm, and the wheelbase is 2610 mm. The ground clearance is typical for this class. About 185 millimeters remains under the car's bottom, which allows it to move on dirt roads, drive into medium-sized curbs and maintain a smooth ride, even on rather broken surfaces. The HR-V is built on the Jazz or Fit platform and shares the same suspension architecture. By default, the front is an independent structure based on McPherson struts with an anti-roll bar, and the rear is a semi-independent elastic H-beam. The chassis is equipped with telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers and steel coil springs. All disc brakes, ventilated at the front. Export modifications of the Honda HR-V will be equipped with a 1.8-liter inline-atmospheric four. It has a sixteen-valve block head, multi-point fuel injection, and a proprietary I-VTEC variable valve timing and valve lift system. Thanks to this set, the engineers managed to squeeze out 141 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 173 Nm of torque at 4300 rpm. The power unit is mated to a six-speed manual transmission or variator. By default, the drive is front-wheel drive, however, for an additional fee, you can order a plug-in system with a multi-plate clutch. The exact data on the dynamic characteristics have not yet been specified, however, the fuel consumption is known for certain. Depending on the type of transmission, the crossover will consume 8.4-9.4 liters of gasoline per hundred kilometers at a city pace, 6.7-6.9 liters during a quiet trip on a suburban highway and 7.6-8.4 liters in the combined cycle of movement. Even in the simplest configuration, the Honda HR-V has a fairly rich equipment. The model is equipped with four airbags (two frontal and two side), numerous safety systems, ABS, EBD, VSA, passive cruise control, hill start assist, heated mirrors and full power accessories. As an option, you can order a previously unavailable multimedia system with an eight-inch touchscreen and six speakers.
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