I know this is only in Europe, at least for now, nonetheless it begs three questions to me. If Honda is unconcerned that an HR-V 1.5T would impinge on CR-V sales, why do they believe a hypothetical CR-V 2.0T would impinge on Pilot/Passport and RDX sales? By the same token, if this HR-V Sport 1.5 is profitable for Honda, could it possibly beget a CR-V Sport 2.0 at some point in the future? Thirdly, why doesn't Honda replace the base 1.8 in the HR-V with the 2.0 from the Civic N/A?The Honda HR-V Sport launches in Europe with the same 1.5-liter turbocharged I4 that's also found in the new Civic lineup. In the HR-V, it makes a solid 180 horsepower, with torque ranging from 162 to 177 pound-feet of torque, depending on the transmission. A six-speed manual is standard, but a continuously variable transmission is also on offer.