HomeScience & TechHonda Introduced the Locally Assembled HR-V for Rs.6 Million

Honda Introduced the Locally Assembled HR-V for Rs.6 Million

Honda introduced the locally assembled HR-V for Rs.6 million. The VTi variant can be purchased for 5,999,000 Indian Rupees, while the VTi S variant can be bought for 6,199,000 Indian Rupees. The booking fee for both versions is thirteen million rupees; however, the delivery status at the booking time may differ from what was initially expected. Honda has just introduced the HR-V to the Pakistani market. All HR-V models come standard with a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated engine that can generate 121 horsepower and 145 Nm of torque.

Usman Ansari, a specialist in the automotive industry, believes that the pricing of the Honda HRV is reasonable compared to that of the KIA Sportage, the Hyundai Tucson, and other crossover SUVs in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, Ansari voiced his worry about the prospect of delayed delivery due to the import limitations imposed by the government and the worldwide scarcity of semiconductors.

According to what he claimed, “Other assemblers have also introduced automobiles, although the delivery period has extended to more than a year.”

Honda Introduced the Locally Assembled HR-V for Rs.6 Million

Introducing a new crossover SUV coincides with a growing market share for such cars in Pakistan.

In Pakistan, the percentage of overall automobile sales made up of SUVs has increased from 5% to 20% over the previous three years, even though prices have increased. The KIA Sportage, the Hyundai Tucson, the MG Motors MG-HS, the DFSK Glory, the Proton X70, and the Oshan X7 are all included in this class.

Reservation Price of Honda HR-V

Starting on October 22, 2022, the Honda HR-V will be available for reservations. You may make a reservation for the new HR-V at any of the Honda dealerships located around the nation. The bare minimum for making a reservation is 12,000 rupees. Around November is the most likely time frame for delivering the already reserved automobiles. It guarantees that it is suitable for three years and 75,000 kilometres. The HRV (1.5L) would be available for 6.028 million rupees. According to dealers, the HRV S (1.5L) type would be offered for Rs6.228 million. They stated that mass car deliveries, which will be introduced formally at an event on Saturday, would commence in January 2023. The launch ceremony will take place on Saturday.


Officials from the corporation have said that if you book the vehicle now, you won’t receive it until November 2022. If you book the automobile before the end of this month, the delivery of the car will be in December of the following year, 2022. And if you visit the Honda store the next month or later to make the reservation, the vehicle delivery will be delayed until January of 2023.

Therefore, go to the local showroom as soon as possible and reserve the brand-new Honda HR-V.


Consumers who purchase the brand-new Honda HR-v from Honda Atlas can buy an extended warranty covering three years or 75,000 kilometres.

Power & Transmission

Both iterations of the Honda HR-V come standard with a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine that can generate 121 horsepower and 145 Nm of torque. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is coupled to the engine. In addition, the VTi and the VTi-S both have a single Econ mode available to them.

Fuel Average

Honda Introduced the Locally Assembled HR-V for Rs.6 Million

Nearly 17 kilometres per litre is the typical gas mileage achieved by a Malaysian HR-V. (as per the company). The Turbo version of the Malaysian HR-V reaches nearly 15 kilometres per litre of fuel economy. On the highways of Pakistan, we will have to hold our breath and see what kind of gas mileage the HR-V can get.


In terms of appearance, both versions include LED Auto headlights, and LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) integrated into the front fascia. The VTi model comes with a front grille that has been painted black, while the VTi-S model has a front grille that is tinted to match the body. Regarding the design of the brand-new Honda HR-V, we can state that it prioritises quality, usefulness, and practicality. This midsize crossover SUV has a straightforward but more angular design, which lends it an attractive, mature, and powerful appearance.

The VTi variation comes with silver-painted 17-inch alloy wheels, while the VTi-S model has grey-painted 17-inch alloy wheels. Both of these features are intended to draw attention to the side profiles of the vehicle. It also has a one-of-a-kind appearance and a contemporary feel thanks to the piano body-colour front grille (VTi-S) and the black-painted front grille (VTi) with horizontal slats. The windshield wipers are concealed, demonstrating that Honda was concerned about the car’s overall appearance.


Honda Introduced the Locally Assembled HR-V for Rs.6 Million

Upon entering the cabin, each couple member is equipped with unique amenities. Both automobiles have a 4.2-inch TFT screen, multimedia steering, smart entry, push-button starting, ambient lighting, and a front console light.

As a point of differentiation, the VTi variation provides a 9-inch multimedia display, while the VTi-S model offers a 9-inch android/Apple car play multimedia collection. The former has a digital climate control system with a single zone, whilst the latter has a digital climate control system with two zones. The VTi-S has leather seats, while the base VTi model has fabric seats.

Even though it looks like a coupe, the inside of the sportier Honda HR-V has plenty of room; the driver benefits from increased vision because of the relatively low and horizontal dashboard. The driver has convenient access to all essential critical controls for the vehicle’s functionality.

In addition, the VTi-S variation comes with several additional amenities, such as a wireless charger, a rear USB port, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, sequential turn signals, and LED fog lights. All of these items are considered to be optional extras. It is essential to point out that the inside colour may be customised to either red or grey in any variation.

Safety Features

Hill Start Assist (HSA), Hill Descent Control (HDC), Electric Parking Brake, Auto Brake Hold, and 4 Airbags are some of the standard safety features on both vehicles.

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