The fourth-generation Honda CR-V is now a reality. The SUV of the Japanese brand one of the leaders of its range of current vehicles has been renovated in 2013 to continue offering all drivers looking at him a good performance in all areas and incorporating such an innovative engine as diesel 1.6 i-DTEC.
If the Honda CR-V has withstood more than 15 years in the market selling over 2.5 million units is basically because it manages to combine all aspects demanded by the purchaser of a good SUV (SUV): appealing design that looks 4x4 comfort and enough space for five adults good dynamic performance and an affordable price. Furthermore it is the first model in the range offers a choice of front- or all-wheel drive.
Because with its elegant and stunning design the Honda CR-V offers an exceptional driving experience whether circulating comfortably city or if a trip is made by any terrain. The Japanese vehicle offers at all times the space performance and comfort that occupants need.
The redesigned CR-V impresses with its smooth flowing lines combining a new style bumper and headlights. This dynamic and attractive image is transferred to the rear of the car where the vertical taillights remain now with a more modern style. Their lights incorporating LED technology (same as daytime running lights front) exclusive specifications developed by Honda for the European market although the CR-V has been designed as a global car.
A security level is hard to do better than the CR-V vehicle. The SUV has the highest rating in Euro NCAP tests (five stars) shock since 2009 sharing this rating with the rest of the Honda range.
But the Honda CR-V was missing renew the range of engines so from now on be equipped as revolutionary engine like the 1.6 i-DTEC which we discussed a few months ago on the blog.
Briefly this turbodiesel engine is capable of delivering 120CV at 4000 rpm achieved thanks to a considerable reduction of mechanical friction between engine components to optimize cylinders connecting rods and cylinder walls to lighten the whole resulting in a decrease 40% energy losses through friction over its predecessor the 2.2 i-DTEC engine.
The Japanese manufacturer has dominated the balance between efficiency and environmental point of dynamics and driving fun that has always characterized their vehicles following the lead of the Earth Dreams Technology.
Because times have changed and if a decade ago (seething concept SUV) large displacement engines were sought and had the horses by the hundreds the current situation requires much more optimized and efficient engines. And although it may seem a joke the Honda CR-V equipped with this engine approves an average consumption of 4.5 liters and CO2 emissions of 119 g / km. According to Honda with the new CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC can travel about 1300 km without refueling. Who knew that an SUV could consume as much as a small car right?
According to final data the CR-V with this mechanical (associated only FWD) reaches 183 km / h top speed and accelerates from 0-100 km / h in 11.3 seconds. The successful change is the six-speed manual and always equipped with Stop & Start system. This medium engine equipped in the SUV stands out as refined and extremely soft providing proper power from low revs.
Available in Comfort Elegance and Lifestyle finishes will arrive in the coming weeks with a price around 27000 euros. The standard equipment includes 17-inch wheels cruise control dual climate control or touch screen.
And if you seek a larger displacement engine Honda offers customers the known diesel engine 2.2 i-DTEC and 2.0 i-VTEC petrol.
For all current range of Honda CR-V we recommend you visit our official Honda dealers in Barcelona Ibertecno where you can report the vehicle and current promotions because you may purchase a new CR-V from just € 22900.
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