2 – Honda HR-V
The 2020 model-year will by the HR-V’s fifth year on the market, and it’s still operating at peak popularity. Since January of this year, Honda Canada has sold around 7,500 units of the model.
While it’s not the most exciting thing to drive around in, the HR-V is super practical, namely thanks to that famous Magic Seat in the rear row. This system, first introduced in the Fit subcompact allows users to create a large back cargo area by making the rear seats virtually disappear. Howe large? 1,665 litres, or two-and-a-half times what’s available when the seats are up.
What’s more, this is a vehicle of proven reliability. A sure bet, if there ever was one.
From our review:
“It’s not the sportiest, or the most mechanically and technological advanced model in its class. But for the qualities of reliability, comfort and cargo capacity, the HR-V maintains its appeal. It speaks to consumers who want a vehicle that’s easy and practical to use day in day out.”