Honda Unveils Locally Built HR-V For Rs. 6 Million

Honda Unveils Locally Built HR-V For Rs. 6 Million

Honda Unveils Locally Built HR-V For Rs. 6 Million

Honda HR-V Specification

Honda HR-V Price In Pakistan

The VTi model costs Rs5,999,000, and the VTi S variant is available for Rs6,199,000. Both variations have a booking fee of Rs. 13 lacs, but the delivery status may change at that time. Honda introduces the HR-V in Pakistan. The HR-1.5L V’s naturally aspirated engine has a potential to generate 121 horsepower and 145 Nm of torque.

Usman Ansari, a specialist in the automotive industry, claims that the Honda HRV is priced reasonably in Pakistan when compared to the KIA Sportage, Hyundai Tucson, and other crossover SUVs.

Price of a Honda HR-V reservation

From October 22, 2022, Honda HR-V reservations are accepted. The new HR-V is available for reservation at Honda dealerships all throughout the country. The initial down payment is Rs. 12 lacs. The cars that have already been reserved will likely arrive around November. Its warranty period is three years and 75,000 kilometres. The HRV (1.5L) will cost Rs6.028 million at launch. Dealers said the HRV S (1.5L) variant, which will be officially unveiled at a ceremony on Saturday, will go on sale for Rs6.228 million at the same time and that mass deliveries of the vehicle will begin in January 2023.


The brand-new Honda HR-v is covered by a warranty from Honda Atlas for three years or 75,000 kilometres.

Transmission & Power

The 1.5L naturally aspirated engine in both HR-V models has the capacity to generate 121 horsepower and 145 Nm of torque. The CVT transmission is coupled with the engine. Additionally, the VTi and VTi-S models both have a single Econ mode.


Energy average

Malaysian HR-V (basic) fuel economy is almost 17 km/l (as per the company). The Malaysian HR-V Turbo’s fuel economy is around 15 km/l. We must wait and see how fuel-efficient the HR-V is on Pakistani roads.


Speaking of the exterior, both models include LED Auto headlights with LED DRLs on the front facia. The front grille in the VTi variation is painted black, while the front grille in the VTi-S variant is painted body colour. We can characterise the new Honda HR-design V’s as being of high quality, usefulness, and practicality. This mid-size crossover SUV features a straightforward, sharper design that gives it a sophisticated, robust, and attractive appearance.

The VTi model features 17′′ Alloy Rims (2 Tone), which highlight the side profiles of the car, while the VTi-S variant has 17′′ Alloy Rims that are grey coloured. The horizontal slatted front grille with piano body colour (VTi-S) and black paint (VTi) adds another distinctive and contemporary touch.


The pair has several attributes as they enter the cabin. A 4.2 TFT screen, multimedia steering, smart entry, push start, ambient lighting, and front console light are all standard on both cars.

The VTi version offers 9′′ multimedia in contrast to the VTi-S variant’s 9′′ android/Apple car play multimedia. The former has single-zone digital climate control, while the later has dual-zone digital climate control. While VTi has fabric seats, VTi-S has premium seating.

The inside of the roomier Honda HR-V with a coupe-like shape is sportier. There is improved visibility when driving because to the dashboard’s slightly low and flat design. The driver can easily access all of the necessary functional key buttons for comfort.

The VTi-S edition also comes with a few more amenities, including a wireless charger, a rear USB port, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, sequential turn signals, and LED fog lights. It is important to note that both variations have alternative Grey and Red interiors.