Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V

  The second generation CR-V India and is offered in 2.4-litre i-VETC intelligent AWD variant and with a 2-litre i-VETC front wheel drive variant. The CR-V has been the leader in its segment but comes only with 2 rows of seats. It competitors are the Mitsubishi Pajero and Outlander, Toyota Fortuner, the Ford Endeavour and the Chevrolet Captiva.

Honda has already started the work on the next generation CR-V SUV, a model that according to Mag-X Japanese magazine is defined by ’Premium’ and ’sporty’. The official unveiling will be made in October 2011 at the Tokyo Motor Show.

The next-generation CR-V will be built on the same platform as the current generation. The entry level will get a 2,0 liter engine, but also the 2.4L K24A engine will also carry over. The North American market will not get a V6 version.

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The Honda CR-V, one of the best-selling sport utility vehicles for 2007, provides spacious five-passenger seating in a versatile crossover SUV package with sedan-like handling. Engineered to be a safety leader, the CR-V achieves the highest five-star crash safety rating by the federal government for both frontal and side impacts and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) rates the CR-V as a "Top Safety Pick - 2007." The CR-V is one of only two small SUVs to achieve both the highest federal crash safety rating for frontal and side impacts and the top IIHS safety rating.

Honda CR-V will go into production starting this fall at the assembly plant in Guadalajara, Mexico. Honda plans to build 50,000 CR-Vs in the plant in 2008. "We are switching that plant entirely over to the CR-V," says David Iida, a Honda spokesman in Detroit. "This move is based on consumer demand for these small crossovers." Honda CR-V Honda CR-V is powered by a 2.0-litre i-VTEC engine with a maximum power of 166 hp at 6200 rpm and 161 lbs-ft of torque at 4200 rpm. It has a top speed of 116 mph and (...)
‘Car-like’ is a bit of a buzz word in the SUV category at the moment. It seems every manufacturer under the sun is launching a 4x4 vehicle with improved on-road presence. The reality is that customers are demanding better driving dynamics from SUVs and there’s been a shift in buying trends – away from rugged off-road performance and towards more-sophisticated, flexible, ‘car-like’ 4x4s. The good news for Honda is we’ve always had a ‘king of the road’ in this market. The CR-V has always been a (...)
Euro NCAP released the results of five cars: the Fiat Bravo Fiat Bravo , the Honda CR-V, the Honda Honda Legend, the Mitsubishi Mitsubishi Outlander and the Toyota Corolla. Summary of Results SMALL FAMILY Fiat Bravo Occupant Protection: 5 stars Child Protection: 3 stars Pedestrian Protection: 2 stars Toyota Toyota Corolla Occupant Protection: 5 stars Child Protection: 4 stars Pedestrian Protection: 3 stars SMALL OFF-ROADER Honda CR-V Honda CR-V Occupant Protection: 4 stars Child (...)
The new Honda CR-V was just launched on the market, and with its launched the japanesse tuner Mugen has released it’s own version for the new SUV. The upgrades made by Mugen include a front spoiler with integrated day/night lamps, a sports grille, a lower rear spoiler that integrates dual, center-mounted exhaust tips, a wing spoiler and Mugen 19-inch TT wheels.
Honda announced the all-new 2007 Honda CR-V Honda CR-V is debuting today at dealerships nationwide. Prices for the 2007 Honda CR-V range from $20,600 for the CR-V LX model to $26,000 for the CR-V 4-WD EX-L model. Honda’s Satellite-Linked Navigation System with Voice Recognition(TM) and rearview camera is available as a $2,000 factory-installed option. The all-new CR-V features a sophisticated interior design that delivers near-luxury style along with improved refinement and a more powerful and (...)
The new CR-V it is not expected to debut until next week months, but considering this official photos that have been leacked it might be very posible to see it debuting a lot earlier. There is nothing told about the technical details, but the engines options are: a 2,0 i-VTEC engine with an output of 150hp and a 2,2 upset-diesels engine i-CTDi with an output of 140 hp.
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Forbes Auto made a little research and they came up with a nice list of cars for single peoples. If you’re single, you can fantasize about cars, feel passionate about the fast ones—and actually act on your impulses, consulting only your bank account. Best cars for singles Honda Civic Honda Civic - Base price 14560$ Audi RS4 Sedan - Base price: $66,000 Honda CR-V Honda CR-V SUV - Base price: $20,395 Volvo Volvo C70 Convertible - Base price: $39,090 Lotus Lotus Elise Convertible - Base price: (...)
The new CR-V’s biggest change is that there’s no longer be a door-mounted spare tire, and the vehicle’s proportions appear to be more rounded, and perhaps a bit lower and longer. The new CR-V use the same platform as the Acura RDX, it won’t get that vehicle’s turbo 2.3L engine. It is assumed that the running gear won’t be a whole lot different from the current model.

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