RM 104,000 - 118,581TBC

Honda HR-V 2021 Price In Malaysia

Honda HR-V Specs
TransmissionCVT / DCT
Capacity1.5 - 1.8L
Horsepower142 - 152PS

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The 2021 - 2022 Honda HR-V is offered in 5 variants - which are priced from RM 104,000 to RM 128,800, the base model of hr-v is 2019 Honda HR-V 1.8 E which is at a price of RM 104,000 and the top variant of Honda HR-V is 2019 Honda HR-V 1.5 Hybrid which is offered at a price of RM 128,800.



  • Now available with a hybrid and sportier RS variant
  • Class-leading interior practicality
  • Hybrid has improved driving dynamics
  • Fuel efficient powertrains


  • Poor infotainment system
  • No Honda Sensing
  • Reduced speaker count (from 6 to 4)
  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Economy
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    The Honda HR-V was Honda's first foray into the B-segment SUV market in Malaysia. The current SUV was updated in 2019 (2019 Honda HR-V), bringing with it 2 new variants, a Hybrid and a sportier RS variant. The HR-V is still car buyers' first choice when it came to B-segment SUVs with 6 airbags, VSA, Auto Brake Hold and Honda LaneWatch to offer. The HR-V goes up against Toyota C-HR and Mazda CX-3.

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  • Exterior

    2019 Honda HR-V RS

    2019 Honda HR-V Gallery


    The HR-V has a unique rounded design that is feminine and sporty at the same time, easily appealing to both genders. The rear doors caught the attention of many for its unique stowaway handles and shape when it was first introduced.


    The E, V, and Hybrid variants measure in at 4,335 x 1,772 x 1,605 x 2,610 mm while the RS variant measures at 4,346 x 1,790 x 1,605 x 2,610 mm in length, width, height, and wheelbase

    2019 Honda HR-V Dimensions
      Honda HR-V E, V, Hybrid Honda HR-V RS
    Length 4,335 mm 4,346 mm
    Width  1,772 mm 1,790 mm
    Height 1,605 mm 1,605 mm
    Wheelbase 2,610 mm 2,610 mm

    2019 Honda HR-V RS lights


    Only the HR-V V and RS variants get LED headlights with auto levelling and matching LED fog lamps. The base E and Hybrid variants make do with halogen head and fog lights.


    All variants of the HR-V roll on 17-inch wheels except for the RS variant that wears 18-inch sportier rims.

  • Interior

    2019 Honda HR-V interior


    The HR-V's dashboard varies in terms of variants. While the base variants are made from hard plastics, the RS and V use smoother quality plastic with piano black garnishes on the centre console. The interior is fitted well together with no rattling.

    Instrument Panel 

    You get a basic dial paired with Advanced Multi-Information Combination Metre. The HR-V Hybrid gets the usual sophisticated hybrid indicator dials like that of the Jazz and City Hybrids.

    2019 Honda HR-V centre console

    Space and Practicality 

    Honda continues using their unique Japanese space-saving concept when designing the HR-V's interior. Engineers have managed to squeeze every corner into useful and practical cubby spaces distributed around the car. The HR-V is also the most spacious in its class. Though the rear door's sharp angle might look small, the rear seats still offer plenty of legroom for passengers with varying height.


    Boasting 437-litre worth of boot space, the HR-V already has more boot space than any in its class. But Honda has still thrown in the useful Ultra seats that are present in the Honda Jazz, allowing the boot capacity to expand to 1,032-litres worth.

  • Features

    2019 Honda HR-V 7-inch infotainment

    2019 Honda HR-V Specs and Features

    Safety Features

    6-airbags are available across the range, including VSA and Auto Brake Hold. Only the range-topping V and RS variants get the useful Honda LaneWatch system.

    Comfort Features

    Only the V and RS variants get full leather upholstery for both seats and steering wheel, while the E and Hybrid variants get half leather upholstery. The range-topping variants also get 8-way power-adjustable driver seats for convenience while the RS also gets sportier garnishes like the Sport Pedals.


    All variants get a touch screen unit, the E and Hybrid variant makes do with a 6.8-inch touchscreen while the other variants make good use of a 7-inch display. All variants come with Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

  • Powertrain

    2019 Honda HR-V 1.8-litre engine


    The HR-V offers 2 engine options. The 1.8-litre engine produces 142 PS and 172 Nm while the 1.5-litre Hybrid engine dispenses 152 PS and 160 Nm combined.

    2019 Honda HR-V Engine
    1.8-litre SOHC i-VTEC petrol 142 PS @ 6,500 rpm 172 Nm @ 4,300 rpm 
    1.5-litre DOHC i-VTEC Hybrid 152 PS combined 160 Nm combined


    The standard 1.8-litre engine is mated to a CVT while the 1.5-litre Hybrid engine is mated to a 7-speed DCT.

    2019 Honda HR-V gearshift


    All variants are equipped with Electric Power Steering and have a 5.7 m turning radius.


    The HR-V is front-wheel drive only.

  • Driving Performance

    2019 Honda HR-V RS wheels


    The HR-V Hybrid easily makes the century sprint in 9.5 seconds while the RS's 1.8-litre engine manages the sprint in 10.8 seconds.

    Braking Distance

    Our tests show that the HR-V takes 930 m to brake from 100-0 km/h.

    2019 Honda HR-V Ultra Seats

    Engine Performance

    The 1.8-litre engine is a calm and collected unit that allows for a sprightly drive and an urban crawl to be comfortable. The Hybrid engine, though smooth, suffers from a jerk as the unit switches between the electric motor and the combustion engine.

    Transmission Performance 

    The CVT in the standard HR-V is expectedly very smooth. It's not the quietest unit but because of the larger cabin the HR-V has, the sound the CVT makes is easily channelled away making it less intrusive. The 7-speed DCT in the HR-V Hybrid is not the smoothest unit on the market, the feeling is worst when driving at low speeds.

    Steering and Handling 

    Though both engines share the same body, the difference of the HR-V bodies gives the steering a slight but noticeable difference. The Hybrid's handling is light but slightly numb. The 1.8-litre standard engine, on the other hand, allows for more feedback though equally light.

  • Ride Comfort

    2019 Honda HR-V interior comforts

    Sound Proofing

    It's not the quietest interior compared to its competitors, our sound tests in uncontrolled environments returned 72 decibels at 110 km/h. Luckily for the HR-V, the interior space is larger than its smaller Honda siblings helping to disperse the noise better so it is not as intrusive as it seems.

    Passenger Comfort 

    The HR-V has a soft ride that easily irons out potholes on the road.

  • Fuel Economy

    2019 Honda HR-V fuel lid

    Fuel Consumption

    After a distance of 88.2 km in mixed conditions of highway cruising and stop-go traffic, the HR-V RS returned a total of 5.55-litre / 100 km. That's very good for an SUV.

  • Conclusion

    2019 Honda HR-V rear quarter shot

    The Honda HR-V was the game changer when it first arrived in Malaysia. The compact SUV market was, at that time, an untapped market, the HR-V's explosive entrance had many other manufacturers scrambling to bite into the market. But even with many new competitors that offer better features, the HR-V is still undoubtedly the king of practicality and the B-segment SUV market in Malaysia.

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