The 2022 Honda HR-V was launched in Malaysia just a few days ago, and if you can’t find the time to check it out in showrooms, we’re bringing you a walk-around video tour of the all-new B-segment SUV.

The HR-V is offered in four variants, starting with the base 1.5 S (RM114,800 OTR without insurance) that comes with a 1.5 litre NA four-cylinder engine rated at 121 PS and 145 Nm of torque. The DOHC i-VTEC mill is paired with a CVT that drives the front wheels.

Next up, the 1.5 Turbo E (RM129,800) and V (RM134,800) both come with a 1.5 litre turbocharged four-cylinder that makes 181 PS and 240 Nm, also with a CVT and front-wheel drive. At the top of the range is the 1.5 RS e:HEV (RM140,800) which sports 1.5 litre DOHC i-VTEC mill (107 PS and 131 Nm) that primarily serves as a generator (via an integrated electric motor) for a battery that powers a front-mounted electric motor with 131 PS and 253 Nm.

The e:HEV runs like an EV in most situations but at higher speeds, the engine can provide direct drive to the wheels via a lock-up clutch that is part of the system’s e-CVT. We tried out this variant of the HR-V in Thailand prior to the SUV’s launch here, and you can read all about it here.

Measuring 4,385 mm long (base S without the sportier bumpers is 4,330 mm), the latest HR-V 39 mm longer than the outgoing facelifted RS it replaces, while the 1,790 mm width and 2,610 mm wheelbase are unchanged. The vehicle does ride higher of the ground though, with a clearance of 196 mm (+26 mm).

All variants of the HR-V come with a minimum of four airbags (everything above the S come with six) and the Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver assistance systems as standard. A comprehensive breakdown of the equipment you get with each variant can be found in our comprehensive launch report.

Like its predecessor, the third-generation HR-V is proving to be hugely popular among car buyers, with over 20,000 bookings received as of July 14 and a waiting list that stretches to over 12 months. Honda Malaysia revealed that variants with the VTEC Turbo engine accounted for a majority (75%) of bookings, with e:HEV hybrid and base naturally aspirated variants making up 20% and 5% respectively.

After viewing the video, what are your thoughts on the new HR-V? Did you place an order prior to its launch or are you just joining the queue? Which variant appeals to you the most? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

GALLERY: 2022 Honda HR-V RS e:HEV

GALLERY: 2022 Honda HR-V 1.5 Turbo V