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People are demanding more from their SUVs. It isn’t enough to have a sharp exterior design or intuitive technological controls; people crave performance. They want their SUVs to have the agility of a sports car and the versatility to fit their many needs.

Luckily, the 2016 Honda HR-V fits the bill. Whether it’s having enough space to pack for a family trip or the power to traverse up steep roads, the new HR-V has the performance capabilities to meet your needs. AxleGeeks looked at a breakdown of its price, fuel economy, and other specs.

#1. 2016 Honda HR-V Price

One of the biggest selling points of the 2016 Honda HR-V is its affordability. With an MSRP of $19,115, this model is $4,097 cheaper than other SUVs in its class. Add to this the outstanding reliability of Honda-brand vehicles and you can see why it’s such a good buy.

#2. 2016 Honda HR-V Fuel Economy

The 2016 Honda HR-V gets 25 mpg city and 34 mpg highway for a combined fuel efficiency of 29 mpg.

This outpaces the average for small SUVs and crossovers, as well as all SUVs and crossovers, in aggregate.

#3. 2016 Honda HR-V Horsepower and Torque

Equipped with an In-Line four-cylinder engine, it delivers decent power. Its 141 horsepower output and 127 ft-lbs of torque is 12 percent less than the average for other small SUVs. At the same time, the 2016 Honda HR-V makes up for this deficiency with its 34 mpg highway—giving it a 9.7 percent edge on its competitors.

#4. 2016 Honda HR-V Power-to-Weight Ratio

This ratio examines how powerful a vehicle’s engine is. The 2016 Honda HR-V has a power-to-weight ratio of 20.5 lbs per horsepower. This makes it 6.8 percent deficient compared to other small SUVs in its class. While it isn’t a substantial difference, you might want to consider other options if you crave power.

#5. 2016 Honda HR-V Curb Weight

Curb weight measures how much the vehicle weighs without any occupants or other items in it. The 2016 Honda HR-V has a curb weight of 2,888 pounds, making it 79 pounds lighter than the average small SUV.

One of the benefits of a lighter vehicle is a more agile driving experience, thereby giving the HR-V the edge over many of its competitors, including the FIAT 500X Pop.

#6. 2016 Honda HR-V Front-Row Dimensions

Having a spacious front row seat provides you with plenty of room to maneuver and your co-pilot ample space to remain comfortable. The 2016 Honda HR-V provides both with a roomier front row headroom of 39.5 inches and 41.2 inches of front row legroom.

#7. 2016 Honda HR-V Back-Row Dimensions

The HR-V has a generous amount of space in its second row to keep your passengers comfortable on your drives. With a second-row headroom of 38.3 inches and second-row legroom of 39.3 inches, it offers more space than its competition, on average.

#8. 2016 Honda HR-V Cargo Space

Cargo space is one of the key areas customers examine, because they want a vehicle that is spacious enough to accommodate their needs. This is one area where the 2016 Honda HR-V excels. It has foldable rear seats that open up a large storage area of 58.8 cubic feet—5.2 percent more than other small SUVs.

#9. 2016 Honda HR-V Overview

The 2016 Honda HR-V holds up well to its competition. Its original price of $19,115 makes it more affordable than the 2016 Mazda CX-3 Sport and the 2016 Fiat 500X Pop. The HR-V also has close to double the trunk space the CX-3 Sport offers, making it a better option for storage needs.

Overall, the 2016 Honda HR-V delivers many good performance and comfort features at a budget-friendly price.