Want the flexibility and space of the Honda Jazz but in a slightly bigger and taller package? The Honda HR-V is what you need. Serving as the brand's contender in the B-segment crossver, it gets the flexible ULT magic seats from the hatchback but in a taller, more practical setup. For 2018, Honda gave the HR-V a facelift and now conforms to the the brand's new Solid Wing Face grill design. There's even a new RS variant that gives it a sportier look and feel. A new touchscreen infotainment has been made available and it supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Power still comes from a 1.8-liter four-cylinder i-VTEC engine that is mated to a CVT.