Trident Honda News - Cr-v


Trident Honda News - Cr-v

Honda has added the 1.6-litre diesel engine from the Civic hatchback to the CR-V range, and in doing so, it has created the most economical and lowest-emitting version of its family-friendly SUV.

Thus far, the most frugal CR-V has been the 2.2-litre diesel-engined model, which averages just over 50mpg and emits 149g/km, but the 1.6-litre model has that well beaten: it averages 62.8mpg and emits just 119g/km of CO2. That makes it one of the most frugal SUVs on sale today.

Trident Honda News - Cr-v

Our launch events at Ottershaw and Weybridge were a great success, with much better than expected attendance, a first order and many strong enquiries. Unsurprisingly there was also strong interest in the outgoing model; driven by the spectacular CR-V Offers currently available.

Following the launch, we have now removed the launch page and published a page all about the new CR-V - which you can read below:

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Trident Honda News - Cr-v

Trident Honda is holding launch events for the new Honda CR-V 2013 on the following dates:

  • Trident Honda Ottershaw: Monday 29 October 3pm to 8pm
  • Trident Honda Weybridge: Saturday 27 October 3pm to 7pm

If you would like to attend, please Contact Us.

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Honda says investment at its UK plant in Swindon has reached £267m amid plans to ramp up production. The money will support the introduction of its new Civic and CR-V car models and a new 1.6-litre diesel engine.

The site is expected to produce 183,000 cars this year, with output forecast to rise to 250,000 within three years. About 500 workers have been recruited this year in the firm's biggest single UK investment programme for a decade, raising the total workforce to 3,500.

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American Honda has unveiled the U.S. version of the 2012 Honda CR-V at the LA Auto Show. This fourth-generation CR-V will go on sale in America from 15 December 2011.

The European version of the fourth-generation CR-V, developed and designed specifically for the European market, will be launched in Autumn 2012 and will be produced at Honda's UK manufacturing facility in Swindon. Images and further details of the new European CR-V will be announced closer to the launch.

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Honda has released an image of the new CR-V Concept, providing the first official glimpse of styling direction. The all-new, fourth-generation CR-V is set to go on sale in the United States by the end of 2011, and in Europe in Autumn 2012.

The new CR-V Concept embraces a distinctive and bold styling direction. Compared to the previous generation, the concept model takes on a more aggressive stance with deeper sculpting of the body lines and a bolder front fascia. The lower front bumper wraps smartly upward to convey SUV capability, while the overall lower front bumper design now integrates more smoothly into the fascia for improved aerodynamics.

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Vincent Simeone and Flavia Cacace, the stars of Strictly Come Dancing, are travelling the length and breadth of Britain in style thanks to a Honda CR-V.

Honda (UK) provided the British-built SUV to transport the pair to theatres around the country to perform in their own show - Midnight Tango.

Flavia Cacace says:

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Official pictures have been released of the new Honda CR-V, which will go on sale in January 2010.

The car will be available with Honda's 2.2-litre i-DTEC engine, which was launched in the Accord last year, for the first time. It produces 148bhp and 258lb ft of torque. It can also be mated to either a manual gearbox or a new, five-speed automatic unit.

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This is the first picture of the facelifted Honda CR-V, which will go on sale in Europe next year.

The picture was leaked on to the internet by a Japanese Honda website, which also revealed the car will be unveiled on 17 September.

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Britain's SUV buyers are making greener choices in the showroom, according to latest industry sales figures. Cars like Honda's CR-V are selling better than ever, as they offer a cleaner, smaller alternative to the traditional 4x4 stereotype.

Despite negative public feeling towards 4x4s – that influenced a drop of 4% in the sector – sales of the low emissions CR-V increased by 28 per cent over the first six months of the year (11,665 cars to the end of June 2007 versus 9,086 for the same period last year) – and the Honda continues to top the charts as the UK's favourite SUV.

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