The Honda CR-V is updated getting more efficient and capable engines a new design and interior improvements that go through changes in materials and new infotainment systems. The Honda CR-V is updated face to 2015. Changes in the Japanese SUV consist of a revised range of engines new technology on board and aesthetic interior and exterior modifications.
The aesthetic updates in body focus mainly on the front where he received a new grille and headlights renewed. In addition a new bumper and a new front fascia will give the CR-V an aspect wider resulting in better proportions. At the rear highlights new multifunction LED lights with three-dimensional whose appearance is smoother now.
Changes in the passenger compartment will provide greater functionality and sophistication inside. They have improved the materials used in the main surfaces and is now premium; also has been redesigned chrome effect inserting width of the dashboard. Furthermore situated sliding armrest between the front seats provides greater versatility and convenience.
On the mechanical side the Honda CR-V gets more efficient engines. The model with four-wheel drive is available with a more powerful diesel drive and nine-speed automatic transmission. This is the new four-cylinder i-DTEC 1.6-liter belonging to the series Earth Dreams Technology of the Japanese firm which offers a maximum power of 160 hp and torque of 350 Newton metro significantly improving the figures for the previous mechanics.
By choosing this engine may choose two transmissions: a manual six-speed with which emits less than 130 grams per kilometer of CO2 or the aforementioned new nine-speed automatic transmission. If incorporated in the latter the Honda CR-V emits less than 135 grams per kilometer of CO2 which is a significant reduction of 20% over the previous five automatic transmission speeds.
The CR-V diesel with two-wheel drive available with manual transmission incorporates propellers current model and is equipped with 1.6 liter Diesel i-DTEC 120 horsepower with reduced emissions to 115 grams per kilometer CO2. The other option is the gasoline engine i-VTEC 2.0-liter with 155 horsepower which now meets the new Euro 6 emission regulations.
In terms of infotainment users 2015 Honda CR-V will benefit from one of the first applications of Honda Connect the new system based on Honda applications. Incorporated as standard across the range this technology offers higher levels of comfort and connectivity on the road thanks to a wide variety of functions integrated into a seven-inch touch screen.
The functions of the new system include Internet access new preinstalled applications and access to App Honda Center the optional satellite navigation Garmin screen audio AM / FM / DAB or online the phone interface and Bluetooth connectivity. In addition it incorporates a rear view camera for parking with dynamic markings and a wide variety of vehicle information such as odometer fuel economy and journey time.
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