Honda has recently made the Brazilian debut of the HR-V as the model in question has been introduced at the 2014 Sao Paulo Motor Show.
The Japanese based automaker Honda is getting ready to introduce its HR-V to a new major market, Brazil, and in order to mark the event, the small crossover has been officially presented to the public during the 2014 Sao Paulo Motor Show. The Honda HR-V aimed towards the South American country seems to have some clear signals instead of the orange ones and this is apparently the only visual tweak applied to the model.
Besides this, the vehicle in question is basically identical to the U.S. model which will be officially presented to the public in a few weeks, during the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. On the Old Continent, the Honda HR-V will be launched with a 1.5 liter i-VTEC gasoline burner and with a 1.6 liter i-DTEC diesel unit, once it will go on sale in 2016, but the Brazilian version will be getting only the 1.8 liter SOHC i-VTEC flex fuel engine, connected to a CVT. The model will go on sale in the South American country in the first quarter of next year.