Speculations concerning the 2022 Honda HR-launch V’s in Pakistan have been sparked by pictures of the vehicle covered in camouflage. The 11th generation Honda Civic test vehicle that came before the SUV was photographed with the same camouflage wrap.
Since then, thanks to AutoXfinity, some fresh details have surfaced. The crossover SUV was really imported by Honda Atlas Cars Limited, according to official registration information (HACL).
The invoice also shows that the SUV costs Rs. 6.05 million, which seems like an appropriate price tag for a compact crossover SUV. However, the automaker is likely to debut it at a higher price, given the ongoing hikes.
Early in 2021, Honda introduced the HR-V, also known as the Honda Vezel in Japan, to compete with crossovers like the Toyota C-HR, Corolla Cross, Mazda CX-5, Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tucson, and others.
It offers a variety of powertrain options, including a hybrid electric alternative, in different markets. The HR-V is equipped with cutting-edge Honda Sensing technology, which includes lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, a 360-degree camera, lane keep assist, automated braking, traffic sign reading, and more.
Six airbags, parking sensors, smart infotainment, climate control, rain-sensing wipers, automated headlights, hill-start assist, hill descent control, electronic parking brake, and other features are among the additional features.
According to reports, HACL would probably launch the HR-V in Pakistan before the end of 2022. Given the cost of the test vehicle, Honda will probably release the HR-V in Pakistan without a hybrid version.