Honda has provided more details regarding the all-new HR-V utility, including pricing and trim configurations.

The 2023 HR-V will be available through dealerships in early June, boasting a starting price of $24,895-- that includes Honda’s $1,245 destination charge. That price is for the base LX model with front-wheel drive. In total, the HR-V will be available in six different configurations: three trims available as either a front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive variant.

Those three trims are the LX, Sport and EX-L. All models carry a sportier design and a modernized interior, powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine capable of 158-horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. That’s an upgrade from the previous HR-V’s 1.8-liter 4-cylinder; however, it is still mated to a CVT automatic transmission, said to be “reengineered for improved power deliver, refinement and engine sound.”

Speaking of reengineering, the HR-V is spearheaded by a new grille and air curtain inlets on either end, routing air through the bumper and around the wheels; roof moldings and windshield wipers have been hidden to provide a cleaner look. In back, the hatch is topped off by a standard tailgate spoiler, and the outer edge of the taillights have been shaped to further improve aero. That “clean and sporty” theme from the exterior is carried into the cabin. The instrument panel, for example, was made with minimal cutlines to emphasize its smooth appearance. Premium materials are used to accent various touchpoints, and new “Body Stabilizing Seats” firmly hold front occupants.

The second-gen HR-V throws in some new safety tech, too, including Traffic Jam Assist and Traffic Sign Recognition. Existing features have been updated, too, like Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow and Lane Keeping Assist. A Driver Attention Monitor is also a first for the HR-V, notifying the driver if they become inattentive.

The 2023 Honda HR-V will be available soon, maxing out at $30,195 for the EX-L AWD trim.