Honda is back in the hybrid market. The vehicle for that return, if you will forgive the pun, is the new hybrid version of the companyís successful mid-sized CR-V SUV, and very good it is too. Honda launched its first…
What makes a car a classic? That may seem like a strange question to be asking when it comes to alternatively-fuelled vehicles, but it seems to me that many of the early hybrids and electrics are prime candidates for future…
Honda took to the stage at Geneva today to announce the further acceleration of its electrification ambitions with the intention to move 100 per cent of its European sales to electrified powertrains by 2025.
Why do some foreign manufacturers, like Nissan, Toyota, and Honda, still choose to build large numbers of their cars in Britain, for sale in both the UK market and for export, often to Europe? How does that fit in with…
The popularity of the British-built CR-V makes it one of the world’s favourite SUVs. It might not be very flash – apart from the odd strip of chrome trim – however this boxy utility vehicle is smooth riding, boasts quiet 1.6- or 2.2-litre i-DTEC diesel engines and is as reliable as anything.
Honda has confirmed the global premiere of a prototype version of its new electric vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2019.
Honda’s new electric vehicle is developed with “a focus on functionality and purpose and the prototype sketch demonstrates this through its clean, simple and unique design”. The company says the image highlights a clear link to Honda’s Urban EV Concept initially shown at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Honda UK has released details of the grades, specification and pricing of the CR-V hybrid. Following the launch of the petrol version in the summer, the hybrid is expected in dealerships from February next year and will start from £29,105 for a 2WD S grade and top out at £37,255 for an AWD EX
Honda has revealed the first details of the 2019 HR-V sub-compact SUV. The company says the new model features enhanced exterior styling, updates to the interior and a range of advanced technologies.
The Honda Civic range is being expanded with the arrival of new four-door saloon and diesel automatic options. The Honda Civic 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel model is now available with a nine-speed automatic transmission, capable of delivering an official average fuel economy of 68.9 mpg – for all grades and across both four-door saloon and five-door hatchback models.
Honda UK has announced the four door saloon version of the Civic is coming to the UK market. Built in Turkey, the Civic saloon will be available with both petrol and diesel powertrains and will be on dealer forecourts from August. The petrol version will be the 1.0 i-VTEC available on the Civic hatchback since launch and comes with either the CVT or manual transmission. The 1.6 i-DTEC diesel powertrain was launched earlier this year in the hatchback and will be available with the same manual transmission or a new nine-speed automatic.