It seems as if SUVs and crossovers are everywhere these days. Just take one look around you on any Groton, CT highway or in any Waterford, CT parking lot, and you'll see SUVs of every size and shape. If you'd love an SUV, but you don't want to try to park and drive a large model, we here at Cardinal Honda have the perfect solution - the 2018 Honda HR-V.

The 2018 Honda HR-V is a tiny crossover with big personality. It has room for five people and cargo, all while maintaining an easy-to-maneuver size and shape. Plus, it's a Honda, which means drivers in the New London, CT, Norwich, CT, and Westerly, RI area know it can also be counted on to give them reliability and quality.

As great as we know the 2018 Honda HR-V is, we also know it's not the only tiny SUV available to you. If you're faced with deciding between this great model, or the similarly-sized Mazda CX-3, we can help make your decision a little easier, with our side-by-side comparison of the two. We examined both of these models in-depth, so you don't have to. Here's a sneak peek at some of what we've discovered:

  • Passenger space. The 2018 Honda HR-V may be a small SUV, but you and your passengers won't feel cramped. That's because our subcompact crossover offers more headroom and legroom than the Mazda CX-3, especially in the backseat where it has nearly 4.5 inches more legroom than the Mazda.
  • Cargo room. You can carry a lot more gear with you in a 2018 Honda HR-V than you can in a Mazda CX-3. Not only does the Honda model offer the unique "Honda Magic Seat" feature, which means the backseats are flexible and fold up or down to increase cargo storage, but also our crossover has a lot more cargo space in the rear hatch than the Mazda, with the Honda holding 24.3 cubic feet, compared to just 12.4 cubic feet in the Mazda.

Read our full report of these two models, and then stop by and visit, and let our sales team introduce you to the wonders of the 2018 Honda HR-V in person.

Categories: New Inventory