There are a range of high-quality SUVs in the lineup of Honda vehicles. The HR-V is one of them. The subcompact crossover SUV has been produced by the brand since 1999. The first generation of the SUV was based on the Honda Logo. The car was marketed in Europe, Japan, and select Asian markets. It came with the option of having five or three doors. There was a hiatus between 2006 and 2013 before the nameplate was reintroduced for a second generation. Production started in 2013 for the Japanese market and 2015 for the North American and other markets. HR-V stands for “Hi-rider Revolutionary Vehicle.” The first generation was introduced at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show and 1998 Geneva Motor Show. The second generation premiered at the 2014 New York International Auto Show as a concept car and the production model was unveiled later at the 2014 LA Auto Show. If you drive an HR-V, you want to invest in OEM parts that are going to fit it perfectly. You can find the best genuine Honda parts here on our site.