There was much excitement yesterday, as our new Honda CR-Vs rolled off the transporters, just in time for today's launch event. Not only is this our first all-new CR-V in 3 years, but it also benefits from new engines, a Hybrid model, and a 7 seater version. If that wasn't enough, it also includes a wealth of technological improvements, including Honda SENSING, and even a Head-Up display.Honda CR-V 2019 Learn more about Honda SENSING Continue Reading
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Honda UK has released details of the grades, specification and pricing of the next generation CR-V. Launched last month, the new CR-V will start from £25,995 for a 2WD manual S grade and top out at £36,455 for an AWD EX with CVT.
- Pricing to start from £25,995 for entry level 2WD and top out at £36,455 for top spec CVT
- Grades follow previous generation with S, SE, SR and EX
- PCP example of £279 for mid-level SR manual in AWD
Available in dealer showrooms from early September, the new CR-V follows the grading of the previous generation rising from the entry level S grade to SE, SR and finishing at the top of the range EX. The 1.5 i-VTEC petrol engine will come with a choice of two and all-wheel drive and in both manual transmission and CVT.Continue Reading
Introduction: All-new version of the world's best-selling SUV
- Improved comfort, convenience and connectivity
- More spacious, and seven-seat option for the first time
- Petrol engine delivers class-leading combination of performance and efficiency
Honda has now revealed the engineering behind the strongest, safest and most dynamic CR-V ever:
- New generation of ultra-high-strength steel contributes to lightest and most rigid CR-V chassis ever, resulting in improved crash-worthiness
- All-new suspension delivers comfort and driver-focused dynamics
- Honda Real Time AWD System improves compatibility with various road conditions and increases fuel-efficiency
- CR-V now safer than ever thanks to award-winning ACE™ body construction and enhanced safety technologies
Since the launch of the original CR-V in 1995, the model has been a benchmark in the SUV sector for space efficiency. The all-new model, available in the European region later this year, builds on this heritage to deliver the most practical and comfortable CR-V yet.
- Increased wheelbase enables significantly more spacious interior without increasing exterior length
- A host of convenience and technology features for all occupants throughout the cabin
- CR-V petrol models available with the option of seven seats for the first time
- Class-leading cargo space and a fully flat loading bay with the option of a hands-free tailgate
Honda is set to reveal the European production version of the all-new CR-V at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The new generation of the world's best-selling SUV* raises the bar in terms of interior quality, refinement and spaciousness - including, for the first time, the option of seven seats on petrol models.
The chassis is also the most sophisticated ever created for a CR-V, and ensures the car delivers an engaging driving experience with exemplary ride comfort, as well as genuine off-road capability.Continue Reading
Honda UK has announced the addition of a new variant to the popular CR-V line up. Expected to arrive at Trident Honda from the start of November, the S Plus special edition will offer customers additional features and styling for less.
On top of the standard features, the S Plus has a dynamic and stylish appearance with the following new exterior features; body coloured front and rear aero bumpers, tailgate spoiler and stylish running boards, giving the S Plus a sporty but yet mature look.Continue Reading
Honda is set to unveil its CR-V Hybrid Prototype at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, previewing the brand's first ever electrified SUV powertrain available in Europe. The Hybrid Prototype also features revised styling that previews the forthcoming European specification CR-V model range. The CR-V Hybrid Prototype represents the first time that the all-new CR-V has been shown at a European motor show.Continue Reading
The annual Which? Car Survey has named the Honda CR-V 2.2 i-VTEC the UK's most reliable 4x4/SUV up to three years old; with zero reported breakdowns, average annual repair costs of just £10 and an overall reliability score of 98.5% over a twelve month period.
Furthermore the CR-V shone through with 0.14 faults reported, compared to 0.88 for the worst performing in its category; and 0.11 days off the road, with the worst performing recording an average 1.09 days.Continue Reading