Multi-Angle Rearview Camera

We have gone into the standard and available safety features that help make Honda’s new crossover one of the safest vehicles on the road, but one of our favorites is the 2016 Honda HR-V’s multi-angle rearview camera. While many automakers these days might give you a single view of what’s behind your vehicle, the 2016 HR-V has a standard rearview camera that provides multiple angles to give you peace of mind while backing up. With normal, top-down, and wide-angle views, you can drive safer and be sure you won’t back into an object, vehicle, or pedestrian.

2016 Honda HR-V Rearview Camera

The multi-angle rearview camera is just one of the HR-V’s high-tech features, though, and you might be surprised at the other amenities that can keep you safer behind the wheel:

  • Bluetooth HandsFreeLink: With how integrated our smartphones are into our lives, it can be tough to disconnect while behind the wheel. Honda’s standard Bluetooth HandsFreeLink connectivity lets you make phone calls handsfree while staying focused on the road.
  • SMS Text Messaging: Available SMS messaging integration lets the HR-V send text messages straight to the Display Audio screen and give you a direct connection to your smartphone without requiring you to take your eye off of the road.
  • Steering Wheel-Mounted Controls: Even just reaching to skip to your next track or turn up the volume on your stereo can take your hands from the wheel long enough for you to lose control, and that’s why Honda has steering wheel-mounted audio and phone controls on the HR-V.
  • Honda LaneWatch: This available feature turns on whenever you signal right and displays live video from your passenger side mirror to give you a view of your blind spot.

Let us show you how the multi-angle rearview camera makes backing up easier with a test drive of the 2016 Honda HR-V.


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