The sub-compact sport utility vehicle segment really exploded in recent years. Automakers added a wider range of new models and consumers began taking a serious look at small, urban SUVs. One of the reasons why consumers were so interested by these new small sport utility vehicles, is that they provide a ton of interior space while also being as fuel-efficient and as easy to drive in an urban environment as a car. The Honda HR-V certainly contributed to the popularity of this segment. One of the best selling models in segment, the Honda HR-V is back for 2020 with some new competition from Mazda. The 2020 Mazda CX-30 has just arrived on the market looking to take Honda’s crown.

More space for the 2020 Honda HR-V compared to the Mazda CX-30

That’s all good and well, but if Mazda is hoping to take the HR-V’s crown, it will have to work very hard. For starters, the Honda HR-V has 688 L of total cargo space with all seats in place. That’s more than 100 L of supplemental cargo space compared to the 572 L offered by the Mazda CX-30. In other words, if you’re looking to purchase a sport utility vehicle that will allow you to lead your active lifestyle and never let you down when it comes to interior capacity, the Honda HR-V has you covered.

The 2020 Honda HR-V also has the advantage over the 2020 Mazda CX-30 when it comes to equipment and value. Buyers of the 2020 Honda HR-V will get features such as forward collision warning, collision mitigation breaking, Lane departure warning, Lane keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control all at no extra cost. You can also enjoy 17 inch wheels right out of the gate in the 2020 HR-V.

We should also point out that the 2020 Honda HR-V is quite a bit more efficient than the 2020 Mazda CX-30. Indeed, it averages less than 8.0 litres per 100 kilometres while the 2020 CX-30 averages 8.9 litres per 100 kilometres in the city and 7.1 litres per 100 kilometres on the highway.

Give us a call today to learn more about the 2020 Honda HR-V and find out why so many buyers are so interested in Honda’s entry-level SUV.

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