The 2002-2006 Honda HR-V facelift had a few minor styling changes, including clear indicator lenses, and an updated interior.
The second generation Honda HR-V is a small SUV based on the Jazz, and returns the HR-V name to sale after a hiatus. Sold in Japan as the Vezel.
The 1998 Honda HR-V was the first supermini crossover, and was based on the Logo hatch. Sold in Japan, Asia and Europe, it had a tall, boxy body.
The second generation Honda HR-V facelift is now available. See the changes between the 2019 model, and the 2016, 2017 and 2018 versions.
The 2019 Honda HR-V facelift has new grille, bumpers, LED headlamps, and a new infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
The Honda Vezel Gear Concept at the 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon has a open rear section, tougher looks, taller suspension, and the ability to go off road.
The 2013 Honda Vezel Hybrid has a 1.5-liter I4 with 97kW (130hp) and 156Nm (115 lb-ft), and an electric motor with 22kW (29hp) and 160Nm (118 lbf-ft).
The 2015 SEMA Honda HR-V by Fox Marketing has lowered suspension, bigger alloys, and lots of shiny black plastic on the fenders, sides, and spoilers.
The Honda HR-V by MAD Industries at SEMA 2015 is pretty subtle with glossy black exterior highlights, 20-inch alloy wheels and a tasteful interior update.
The Honda HR-V Tjin Edition at SEMA 2015 had right pink paint, flared fenders, gold alloy wheels, a wild body kit and lowered suspension.