Great highway cruiser. Drive it normal and it reacts to your habits. Not alot of get up and go power but it likes to be driven. Great on gas. Would absolutely recommend. Small yet big. Your propped up, not feel like sitting on ground especially when you're getting out of it.
This car is a disappointment
This car sucks, rear passenger complaints no air, only from the front, embarrassing 2022 not like the pilot, that has air flow, worst car I ever bought.
Inconvenient and Uncomfortable
I've been driving Hondas for over 25 years. It's no secret that I'm a Honda lover. I've had Civics, Accords, Odysseys, Ridgelines... you name it. But while my 2020 Accord Sport is at the dealership for a little maintenance, the dealership gave me a 2022 HR-V Sport to use while I wait for my new tires to be shipped to them. After 4 days with this vehicle, I can't wait to give it back. The placement of everything is inconvenient and uncomfortable. My elbows hit my drink in the cup holder. The cord for my phone is next to my foot, and the cubby to store my phone, gum, etc is down near my feet. The arm rest on the door is too low for my arm to rest on it. Mind you, I'm a 5'5" woman. So it's not like I'm a 6+ foot tall man. Then there's the weird thing under the front seats that prevent you from moving your left leg back, and keeps your passenger in the front seat from sitting comfortably as well. Then there's this oddly placed plastic screen at the bottom of the steering wheel that keeps you from gripping that part of the wheel. And on the sport trim, the steering wheel doesn't tilt. It sits at an odd angle that's not comfortable to drive. Leg room in both the front and back seats is lacking tremendously. My 5 year old has barely any room to get in and out of his booster seat, and he's small for 5 years old. My adult children can't fit at all, and none of them are considered "tall". My younger kids can't reach the oddly high door handles on the outside to let themselves into the back seat. So I have to walk around, opening doors for my kids. I don't know who Honda saw as their target demographic, but I'd bet the farm they were aiming at 4 foot tall teenage girls who don't plan on having any passengers. It's only got 900 miles on it and it has a bit of shaking/rumbling upon starting it up.