... Ok, so the 'search' function on this doesn't like me. I'd like to do a project one day in the future, and its all theoretical, so hear me out. Also bear in mind that off roading isn't a cheap sport, nither is modding, so I'm taking that into account. Now, I realise that HR-V's were never really meant to be serious mud pluggers, but like Freelander lovers I'm into the idea of soft-roading/greenlaning. Firstly, has anybody ever heard of or seen somebody lifting their HR-V to fit either larger wheels OR off-road wheels to their current set? I've had a look around and most places cater for the usual suspects: land rover, mitsubishi, toyota, etc. But plenty provide lower kits for Hondas, which is no good for me. I realise also that she's only partial 4x4; my understanding is that it kicks in when the front wheels skid? With that in mind could you force 4x4 operation by having less grippy tires on the front and super grippy on the back? There's plenty of videos of folks ragging their standard ones through a field, churning it to pieces, but I suspect there's more can be done with these versatile beasts. Any experts out there? Any advice given?