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Honda HR-V CVT User Review

HRV Poor Pricing Strategy

2016 Honda HR-V CVT

Posted by RAUF on Jan 23, 2016

Familiarity: I did not own this car, but have driven this car.
Honda needs to bring the prices down if they really want to make this vehicle success in the market. Honda HRV does not worth more than 3 million considering the specs. Honda Vezel will still hold the market until a new competitor arrives in the market. I heard Vokswagan is also planning to enter Pakistani market which will definitely give a tough competition to Honda.

One can buy BMW X3 with less price than HRV in other countries. Everyone will agree BMW X3 is superior car and have more specs than HRV. I don't understand what Honda ... more
  • Style 4-rating
  • Comfort 3-rating
  • Fuel Economy 3-rating
  • Performance 3-rating
  • Value for Money 1-rating
Honda HR-V User Review

Very poor pricing strategy

2016 Honda HR-V

Posted by Sani Malik on Jan 13, 2016

Familiarity: I did not own this car, but have driven this car.
People will definitely prefer Vezel over HR-V due to Honda Atlas poor pricing strategy and i do agree with the suggested price by Rauf in his review. I mean seriously what were they thinking while pricing it. Its not an agreeable price by any means. They will definitely have to bring the price down if they want their HR-V to be a success.
Rest the car itself ( I have driven Vezel so sharing that experience) is really beautiful, stylish, comfortable and has a good smoother ride. The feel is a mix of both sedan and SUV as it is a mini SUV... more
  • Style 3-rating
  • Comfort 3-rating
  • Fuel Economy 4-rating
  • Performance 4-rating
  • Value for Money 1-rating
Honda HR-V CVT User Review

Honda HRV Pakistan version

2016 Honda HR-V CVT

Posted by RAUF on Jan 11, 2016

Familiarity: I did not own this car, but have driven this car.
I don't know why Honda Atlas does not consider the ground realities and market trends. The recent launch of Honda HR-V might be a failure due to the following reasons.
1. The same model was launched in US, Europe and Asian markets with better specifications.
2. Honda will have to compete with the existing market.
3. HRV downgraded model is introduced which shows the lack of information about market trends.
4. The introduction price is very high compare to its specs
5. Honda HRV with sun roof, 1.8 engine and engine immobilizer... more
  • Style 4-rating
  • Comfort 3-rating
  • Fuel Economy 3-rating
  • Performance 3-rating
  • Value for Money 2-rating