Used Honda FR-V Cars, Second Hand Honda FR-V

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Honda FR-V

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Once again Honda is delivering a car to the world that will make consumers and the auto-making public sit-up and take notice. The consumers will realize that you don’t have to sacrifice style to own an MPV. The automakers will take notice because they are going to have to scrap everything they offer in the MOV world that doesn’t meld together form and function.

The Honda FR-V is a true revelation in the Multi-Passenger Vehicle class with an exterior that looks more like an SUV than and MPV or mini-van. The interior is more like a modern space ship hub than a traditional MPV. And the options choices are exceptional for a car in any class.

Honda is selling this MPV as capable of seating six, but it truly is best for a family of four or five with kids ranging from toddler age to teenaged. A family with only younger aged kids might be able comfortable fit six people. The FR-V also affords for a decent amount of useable luggage space as well.

The three rear seats all fold separately which allows for seating capacity and storage space. They can also all go flat with one flip and don’t require a master’s degree in engineering to get them flat. The center front seat can also fold flat to allow for the carrying of longer items like skis or long home repair items.

Honda has seemed to pull of the impossible with the FR-V by making an MPV style vehicle that actually looks pretty darn hot on the outside. Honda has based the car on the CR-V’s underbody, but the outside looks nothing like the CR-V. Honda gave the FR-V a wedge-styled profile that leads back to large rear tail light clusters and an interesting line from the front all the way to the back.

In most senses it looks more like an SUV than an MPV.

Inside the FR-V is an odd, but appealing m ix of old style with new style. Somehow Honda has been able to combine traditional analog styling with the modern use of digital read-out gauges. They have even added an infotainment system and have cleverly placed the gear shifter on the dash.

Families across the world will be pleased that they can buy a car that is safe, fun to drive and actually looks good with the introduction of the FR-V. This Honda MPV comes with three point belts on each and every seat, ISOFIX child safety seating fixtures on two of the rear seats and full length curtain airbags on both sides of the interior cabin.

Honda is offering the FR-V with two engine choices. Buyers can opt for a 1.8-litre i-VTEC petrol power or the 2.2-litre diesel powered i-CTDI. Both engines offer decent power and good fuel mileage.

Overall handling of the FR-V is above par with other MPVS in its class.

People who are looking for a family friendly yet stylish MPV style vehicle will be happy with what the FR-V offers. There may even be a few people who like to go on holiday in the outdoor world. The back end offers great space for a serious amount of camping, biking or ski gear when the rear seats are folded flat.

The Honda FR-V is a true revelation in the Multi-Passenger Vehicle class with an exterior that looks more like an SUV than and MPV or mini-van. The interior is more like a modern space ship hub than a traditional MPV. And the options choices are exceptional for a car in any class.

Honda is selling this MPV as capable of seating six, but it truly is best for a family of four or five with kids ranging from toddler age to teenaged. A family with only younger aged kids might be able comfortable fit six people. The FR-V also affords for a decent amount of useable luggage space as well. The three rear seats all fold separately which allows for seating capacity and storage space.

They can also all go flat with one flip and don’t require a master’s degree in engineering to get them flat. The center front seat can also fold flat to allow for the carrying of longer items like skis or long home repair items.

Honda has seemed to pull of the impossible with the FR-V by making an MPV style vehicle that actually looks pretty darn hot on the outside. Honda has based the car on the CR-V’s underbody, but the outside looks nothing like the CR-V. Honda gave the FR-V a wedge-styled profile that leads back to large rear tail light clusters and an interesting line from the front all the way to the back.

In most senses it looks more like an SUV than an MPV.

Inside the FR-V is an odd, but appealing m ix of old style with new style. Somehow Honda has been able to combine traditional analog styling with the modern use of digital read-out gauges. They have even added an infotainment system and have cleverly placed the gear shifter on the dash.

Families across the world will be pleased that they can buy a car that is safe, fun to drive and actually looks good with the introduction of the FR-V. This Honda MPV comes with three point belts on each and every seat, ISOFIX child safety seating fixtures on two of the rear seats and full length curtain airbags on both sides of the interior cabin.

Honda is offering the FR-V with two engine choices. Buyers can opt for a 1.8-litre i-VTEC petrol power or the 2.2-litre diesel powered i-CTDI. Both engines offer decent power and good fuel mileage.

Overall handling of the FR-V is above par with other MPVS in its class.

People who are looking for a family friendly yet stylish MPV style vehicle will be happy with what the FR-V offers.

There may even be a few people who like to go on holiday in the outdoor world. The back end offers great space for a serious amount of camping, biking or ski gear when the rear seats are folded flat.

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