The Honda HR-V vs. The Mazda CX-3

The 2018 Honda HR-V is one of the newest models introduced to the Honda model lineup, but the designers put lots of hard work into making it one of the best crossover SUVs available to car shoppers. It has lots of room, and versatility so you can take full advantage of that room, smart features, and a capable engine, which is why we think our customers will love it. To prove the 2018 Honda HR-V's high standing among its class, we compared it with another popular model, the Mazda CX-3,  so keep reading to see how stack up.

What areas should you consider when choosing between the Honda CR-V and the Mazda CX-3?


The Honda HR-V is the more affordable of the two, not only because of its starting price, but because of the great features that come standard that you won't find in the base model Mazda CX-3.


Whether you're bringing along cargo or passengers, it's easier to fit in the Honda HR-V than the Mazda CX-3, as the former has much more passenger volume, 100.1 cubic feet compared to 87.6 cubic feet in the Mazda CX-3, and a greater max cargo room, 58.8 cubic feet vs. 44.5, so rides are more comfortable for passengers and you can bring along more gear.


Car shoppers can find a fair amount of technology in each of these models, from heated seats to a touchscreen display for audio and climate controls in the center dash, but the 2018 Honda HR-V introduces several features that the Mazda CX-3 can't match. From the Honda LaneWatch™ feature to the auto-dimming review mirrors, the Honda HR-V delivers a level of convenience that few cars can provide.

We know you'll love everything that the Honda HR-V offers, so don't hesitate to come by our dealership today to see it in person and test it out for yourself!