Can the 2023 HR-V go off-roading
The Honda HR-V from 2023 isn't designed to handle rough terrain.
However, all-wheel drive can be added to any model for $15,000, and the Snow mode should aid on paved surfaces.
It has a meagre 7.3 inches of ground clearance and lacks the torque needed for mud and ruts.
It probably wouldn't have a significant influence while handling gravel roads.
It doesn't have roof rails, so there isn't much room for carrying things on expeditions.
The HR-V struggled to climb steep inclines and
was prone to slide during off-road tests.