Honda has introduced the third generation of its HR-V subcompact crossover in Japan. Global markets will largely be getting this version of the small CUV whereas North America is going to have its own HR-V. It’s unclear whether there will be major differences between the two, but in the meantime, let’s have a look at the JDM-spec Vezel.
It eschews the plethora of creases of its predecessor and goes for a cleaner and more mature look making the HR-V look all grown up.
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