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To keep up with the high-demands and strong competition on the Australian market, the Japanese-based Honda carmaker has recently announced the pricing list for the updated 2017 HR-V in the Land Down Under.

Kicking off from $24,990 in the entry-level VTi and going up to $33,340 in the top of the line VTi-L, the all-new HR-V stands out from the crowd with the latest technology available on the market today. Please find the full pricing list below.

2017 Honda HR-V VTi 1.8 CVT FWD – $24,990
2017 Honda HR-V VTi-S 1.8 CVT FWD – $27,990
2017 Honda HR-V VTi-L 1.8 CVT FWD – $33,340
2017 Honda HR-V VTi-L with ADAS 1.8 CVT FWD – $34,340.

Representatives within the company have announced that the new updates available for the all-new 2017 Honda HR-V are more than necessary on a constant competitive auto market like Australia.

“Not only has the HR-V been the top selling model in the Honda range for the past two years, but it is also one of the top selling small SUVs on the market, consistently ranking in the top three sellers in what continues to be an ultra-competitive segment,” Honda Australia director, Stephen Collins stated in a recent interview.

Most of the updates comprise the interior, the MY2017 now getting the new satellite navigation as standard, adding as well the updated 7.0-inch touchscreen media interface with plenty of useful apps, smartphone connectivity or HDMI support, all now available in the VTi and VTi-L.

As far as the engine lineup goes, there seem to be no changes compared to last year`s model. This means the same 1.8-liter naturally aspirated flat-four mill with 105 kW and 172 Nm of torque, being sent to the wheels via a CVT automatic transmission with front-wheel drive layout. Australians should be able to take the all-new 2017 Honda HR-V home in all its variants starting this month.