The ZR-V slots into the Honda range between the HR-V and CR-V, both in terms of size and price. As with all Honda models since it went to the 'agency model' prices are a non-negotiable drive-away figure, so while you may not be able to haggle you do know what you'll be paying when you decide to buy.
Honda has said it hopes to introduce a more affordable hybrid grade in the future, but hasn't locked in any details.
In keeping with its simplified line-up there are only five colour choices across the range - 'Platinum White', 'Platinum Grey', 'Premium Crystal Garnet', 'Crystal Black' and 'Premium Crystal Blue'. And to make things even simpler, the entry-level VTi X can only be had in the first three colours.
The VTi X comes well-equipped, though, even if it's limited in terms of paint options. Standard gear includes 17-inch alloy wheels, adaptive LED headlights, a 10.2-inch digital instrument panel, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and ignition, two-tone fabric seat trim and a 9.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay, wired Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity and digital radio.
Stepping up to the VTi L adds LED light bars, a hands-free power tailgate, heated side mirrors, black synthetic leather seats with fabric trim and heated front seats.
The range-topping LX pair get a few notable extras including an 'Econ' mode, leather-appointed seat trim, power adjustable driver and front passenger seats, satellite navigation, a wireless smartphone charging pad, a 12-speaker Bose premium sound system and a 360-degree parking camera set-up. The hybrid also has an acoustic warning when it's in EV mode and a 'Smart Key' card.