2018 Honda HR-V facelift
2018 Honda HR-V facelift

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The HR-V crossover is due to launch in India in 2019; features updated interior and exterior styling.

Images of the refreshed Honda HR-V have surfaced online, showcasing the crossover’s new styling-based changes. While the model leaked is a Japan-spec, Honda is likely to bring this facelift to India in 2019.

The changes on the outside are subtle. They include new LED headlamps, a larger grille bar and Honda logo, a more contoured front bumper, a wider intake at the front and larger fog lamp housings. At the rear, reports suggest that the tailgate will get a chrome finish which extends from tail-lamp to tail-lamp.

While the cabin hasn’t changed much, kit on the HR-V has been updated to include Honda’s newest infotainment system that comes with satellite navigation, as well as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility.

In the Japanese market, the pre-facelift Honda HR-V (called the Vezel) retails with four engine options – a 1.5-litre petrol, a 1.8-litre petrol, a 1.6-litre diesel and the 1.5-litre petrol-hybrid unit. It seems like these engine options will continue unchanged.