1,073 used Honda HR-V have been price checked

1,073 used Honda HR-V have been price checked

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Detailed information about the Honda HR-V

Are you thinking of buying a used SUV? Then the Japanese Honda HR-V is a great decision. On AutoUncle, you can find 1,081 used Honda HR-V for sale in the UK, collected from online marketplaces and several dealership websites, providing you with almost a full listing of all used Honda HR-V for sale in the United Kingdom.

What is the average price of a pre-owned Honda HR-V?

There are four primary parameters which play a crucial role in the price of a used Honda HR-V: the year the model is from, fuel economy, the car's mileage as well as equipment.

The cheapest Honda HR-V that is available here on AutoUncle costs £1,299, while the most expensive model is priced at £27,995.

Honda HR-V equipment variant

HR V SECOND GENERATION is the latest generation of the Honda HR-V and was introduced in 2016. The model comes in the following equipment variants:

When comparing the prices of used Honda HR-V, it is important only comparing the sale prices of cars with a similar equipment variant and engine size. If not, you could make a wrong conclusion on which car to acquire.

To give you an example, the equipment variant called Advance has the highest average price of £31,287, whereas the least expensive model, known as S, costs roughly £14,828 on AutoUncle.

The Honda HR-V outperforms similar cars in fuel efficiency

The Honda HR-V petrol drives around 52 miles on the gallon. In comparison, a regular SUV has a MPG of 34 miles.

Honda HR-V available in several fuel types

In order to choose the right fuel type, you need to ask yourself the following questions: Is your car mainly for commuting, or do you tend to take it on long road trips? On average, how many miles do you drive per week? If your car is mainly used for short trips or in the city, the best fit for you would probably be hybrid, electric or petrol cars.

If you tend to drive longer distances, we would advise you to choose diesel. It’s worth noting that diesel engines with high emissions are banned from entering cities in certain countries.

Range of Honda HR-V for sale on AutoUncle by fuel type:

Blue is the colour of choice for most people

The colour you will find the most Honda HR-V of here on AutoUncle is blue and we currently have 216 cars for sale in that colour.

Blue cars are beautiful, and the darker the colour, the less washing and cleaning is required as dirt and mud can be hard to spot on blue shades.

The recent Honda HR-V is accessible in 7 different colours: blue, black, white, silver, grey, red and beige.

The Honda HR-V exists exclusively in the suv body type

SUV stands for Sport Utility Vehicle. Out of all the cars on the market today, this is among the most popular, and with its versatile style and higher-than-usual ride height, it’s not hard to see why.

Popular alternatives to the Japanese Honda HR-V

The Honda HR-V has multiple competitors from the same segment and the following cars in particular are good alternatives to the Honda HR-V.

Top competitors to the Honda HR-V

  • Nissan Qashqai
  • Ford Kuga
  • Kia Sportage
  • Land Rover Range Rover evoque

The bestselling sport utility car and the best alternative to the Honda HR-V is the Nissan Qashqai. Currently there are 15,579 Nissan Qashqai for sale in the UK with an average sales price of £ 18,250.

The Ford Kuga is the also among the most popular cars within the segment and you will find 10,898 cars for sale, and the Kia Sportage is the 3rd most popular car in the segment and thus also a good alternative. There are currently 10,802 of this car for sale in the UK.

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Everyday, our systems scan or receive data from 3000+ websites (marketplaces or car dealers) across Europe, resulting in more than 5 million cars evaluated.

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The price valuation for each vehicle is calculated by statistically comparing the car and its price to similar cars currently for sale. AutoUncle updates valuations regularly to make sure that the comparisons shown are as accurate and up-to-date as possible, and take into account market trends as well.

Our price comparisons takes more than 100 potential factors into consideration, for example:






This allows us to determine its market value and evaluate the fairness of the price and rate it in one of AutoUncle’s five price rating categories.

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