The Honda HR-V was first launched in 1999 as a small, sub-CR-V SUV. With its boxy, quirky looks, the original HR-V was a little too far ahead of its time and it found life tough outside of its home market, eventually it ceased production in 2006.
Thanks to the popularity of the Nissan Juke, Chevrolet Trax and others, Honda decided to dip its toes into the small SUV market again. This time with quirkily-styled Jazz/Fit-based vehicle, which is known as the Vezel in Japan and the HR-V almost everywhere else.
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