The new Honda HRV has been updated for 2019. More tech, better safety inc Honda Sensing & new customizable features. Including Programable Door lock settings, Changeable dash ring colors, new Cup Holders, Here are 5 Things You probably Don't know about this new Honda HRV including an electronic Parking Brake tip #Honda #HondaHRV #HondaProJason

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    • Amanda Lnu
      Amanda Lnu

      Hi Jason. I appreciate your videos, they are quite helpful. One thing I have been unable to figure out, how to display the clock wallpaper. On my old Honda, when I turned off the audio the clock would display. The only way I figured to get it to display on my 2019 HR-V is via voice command. Is there a screen selection that will display the clock wallpaper?

      about 25 days ago
    • vienn nguyen
      vienn nguyen

      Does the AWD work all the time or when necessary...?

      about 29 days ago
    • HENRY SI RIDE
      HENRY SI RIDE

      Civic, pilot, hrv, its the same headlight and grill. I know the reflection headlight is gorgeous. But all of the honda cars??. Say thanks to designer. Aweful.

      about 1 month ago
    • Benjamin sides
      Benjamin sides

      Honda should make like a sport version of the hrv putting the 2 litter turbo from the accord bigger and wider rims, awd and a little big chassis with panoramic roof, doble exhaust, and leather interior. With black out everything outside. It would sell like hot coffe in a cold morning

      about 1 month ago
    • Benjamin sides
      Benjamin sides In reply to Benjamin sides

      Honda if you watching and copy my idea I just ask for one and that’s it 🥰

      about 1 month ago
    • Hailey Moseley
      Hailey Moseley

      i have a 2016 honda civic and i changed the battery by myself and now the key doesn’t work. and i bought the right battery! anybody can help?

      about 1 month ago
    • Hailey Moseley
      Hailey Moseley In reply to Hailey Moseley

      i meant i changed the key battery! srry

      about 1 month ago
    • damien ramnarine
      damien ramnarine

      Hi Jason, i imported the japanese version of the hr v , the honda vezel , it is a 2014 non hybrid model, i have heard from a owner of another vezel that if your battery drains or is removed to replace it with a new battery , the factory 6 inch headunit shuts down the vehicle and does not allow you to start the engine and asks for a code, he found out that the factory headunit has a anti theft system which caused this, is this true for the 2014 models in both japan and the us ? If so , would you recommend to FIRST replace the factory headunit that comes with the anti theft system with say a pioneer unit, so i can then replace the battery of the vehicle if needed ?

      about 1 month ago
    • wayan tingkong
      wayan tingkong

      CRV kapan

      about 1 month ago
    • wayan tingkong
      wayan tingkong

      👍👍👍👍👍👍

      about 1 month ago
    • Juan Cabeza
      Juan Cabeza

      Has more features than the Civic!

      about 1 month ago
    • Dustin Richards
      Dustin Richards

      We like our 2017 but we are getting rid of it soon because the CVT is terrible ours grinds. I know most CVTs will have some noise like a wind but an obvious grind is scary. We are going for either something with a v6 like the passport or pilot where there is no CVT or jumping ship to another manufacturer unfortunately. Honda is great but CVT is a no go for me maybe the new RAV4 with an 8 speed auto

      about 1 month ago
    • Dustin Richards
      Dustin Richards In reply to Dustin Richards

      +HRVex it was great until the CVT started to grind that took some time to happen but at 20k miles no way

      about 23 days ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to Dustin Richards

      +Dustin Richards then why did you buy it in the first place if you knew it has a CVT?

      about 24 days ago
    • Dustin Richards
      Dustin Richards In reply to Dustin Richards

      +HRVex yes I know it's more fuel efficient but I'll take a few less mpg over the CVT plus my wife works from home and my job is 6 miles away

      about 24 days ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to Dustin Richards

      Did you even test drive it first? Cvt is fuel efficient.

      about 1 month ago
    • back yard mechanic
      back yard mechanic

      Does the 2019 HRV have direct or port fuel injection? , for me , I prefer port injection?

      about 1 month ago
    • paul robinson
      paul robinson

      Jason, did you forget to mention the HRV sport, 1.5 turbo!! we're having it here in the UK very shortly, 182ps.

      about 1 month ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex

      Number 6: passengers can watch videos during road trips: https://youtu.be/uec-ZsnJoQE

      about 1 month ago
    • Nevin Yip
      Nevin Yip

      Johnny Sin?

      about 1 month ago
    • Your Friend
      Your Friend

      AWESOME 👍🏻

      about 1 month ago
    • mirza farrukh ishtiaq baig
      mirza farrukh ishtiaq baig

      Great

      about 1 month ago
    • kevin tillack
      kevin tillack

      It’s the Honda venzle everywhere else in the world

      about 1 month ago
    • Esteban
      Esteban

      Very upset that I was involved in a rear end accident with my HR-V. I miss it so much. I will be going for the Passport next

      about 1 month ago
    • jonny francais
      jonny francais

      am i the only one that prefers knobs instead of those touch screen controls ? Def won't be buying one until they offer awd with 6 speed manual transmission

      about 1 month ago
    • Michael Moniz
      Michael Moniz

      No available manual transmission and stupid touch control HVAC? Hard pass for this life long Honda-head. Still more than happy with my 2012 Fit Sport; simple, fun and no unnecessary complications!

      about 1 month ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to Michael Moniz

      +Michael Moniz ok cool. You're good for a while then. Hondas are reliable. I had a 2000 civic ex coupe, but reluctantly had to sell it and got my HR-V to fit a car seat and stroller. It has coupe styling that I like with those rear hidden handles

      about 1 month ago
    • Michael Moniz
      Michael Moniz In reply to Michael Moniz

      HRVex that’s why I’m still drinking my 2012 Fit Sport o bought new and no plans to change that

      about 1 month ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to Michael Moniz

      +Michael Moniz this is me utilizing voice commands while driving. Also, I can use the steering wheel buttons to control the volume, etc. too.
      https://youtu.be/ecWNOd_8CdI

      about 1 month ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to Michael Moniz

      +Michael Moniz yes removing the manual option sucks, but apparently, those did not sell well due to obvious reasons. You can still get a manual 2016-2018 FYI, even unused ones that are waiting in lots. Moreover on touchscreens, it's not for everyone obviously. That's why the lx and Sport trims exist for people who like physical buttons. I'm a minimalist, so I like fewer buttons and I mostly use voice commands while driving. It's the future and Tesla and other luxury cars have button less screens too. But for you, get the previous model with a stick and buttons galore.

      about 1 month ago
    • Michael Moniz
      Michael Moniz In reply to Michael Moniz

      HRVex that’s fine and good but a lack of manual option in a vehicle that small is a deal breaker for me. Hell, it’s based on a Fit platform so it should have the option. And well, I just hate needlessly complicated HVAC systems. Touch features where a tactile knob works better, is just gimmicky. Even Honda wised up and brought the volume knob over that stupid touch slide volume!

      Touch tech makes sense in the home and office, but in the car, where you’re usually operating things while driving a 2000 lbs plus projectile, tactile positive response feel UI is still and will be king until self driving cars become a thing, if ever.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ricardo speedtype r
      Ricardo speedtype r

      Great job

      about 1 month ago
    • Pikminiman
      Pikminiman

      Neat.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ron Stevens
      Ron Stevens

      You need more content. I’m unsubbing

      about 1 month ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to Ron Stevens

      And you got none....

      about 1 month ago
    • John McCormack
      John McCormack

      All that tech is great but no Honda Sensing on LX & Sport models? If KIA & Hyundai can do it......

      about 1 month ago
    • kclefthanded 427
      kclefthanded 427

      I'd take the Civic Hatchback because it has a turbo

      about 1 month ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to kclefthanded 427

      With issues...

      about 1 month ago
    • Realtime Reviews
      Realtime Reviews

      I knew ALL of this

      about 1 month ago
    • BASITH PH
      BASITH PH

      HRV Type R needs to happen!

      about 1 month ago
    • paul robinson
      paul robinson In reply to BASITH PH

      +Quinn Thompson It does not devalue it if done correctly. There needs to be a Type R in every range, remember the Accord Type R? just look at Vauxhall Vxr, merc amg, vw R range etc. Would love to see a Jazz Type R.

      about 1 month ago
    • Quinn Thompson
      Quinn Thompson In reply to BASITH PH

      An Si varient would be cool. But not Type R. They can't just start throwing that badge on things, it degrades it's value.

      about 1 month ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to BASITH PH

      To a Subcompact suv?

      about 1 month ago
    • Toofast For you
      Toofast For you

      They made it even uglier

      about 1 month ago
    • HRVex
      HRVex In reply to Toofast For you

      Too much chrome but I like the LED headlights

      about 1 month ago
    • OPTERON PRIME
      OPTERON PRIME

      I didn't know! Thanks HondaPro Jason👍 love your channels content your Awesome XD🥇

      about 1 month ago
    • DashMore
      DashMore

      Second comment

      about 1 month ago